Blog Voices Archive
by Robert Bergman '93
For four generations of Spartans, she was a “school mom” who served food made with love in a lunch line
As friends at De Smet Jesuit, Danny Duggan ’10 and Nic Herrmann ’10 often stayed up late talking about world issues and their dream of building a school one day in Central America
Locker partners, station wagons, and the courage to forgive and forget -- English teacher Robert Bergman '93 reminds us to cherish lifelong friends.
Furry blue monsters, a journey of self-discovery, and overcoming our fear of turning the next page -- Robert Bergman '93 has it all in his latest blog.
Young men are tested constantly in today's world. Robert Bergman '93—recent exam proctor for future Spartans—reflects on his high school placement test as well as how young men today pass the larger test of life in his latest blog post.
Insight into the life and contributions of Benedict XVI, Pope Emeritus
Robert Bergman '93 is a lucky man. Check out his latest blog post just in time for a day centered on thankfulness.
Students share why they give to the Great Ignatian Challenge and what it means to be men for others.
In this season of shadow visits and open houses, English teacher Robert Bergman '93 reminds us that it all comes down to finding the place where we feel at home.
We asked our alumni: why did they choose De Smet Jesuit High School? Here's one answer to #WhyDeSmet.
We asked our parents: what made them choose De Smet Jesuit High School? Here's one answer to #WhyDeSmet.