About MAGIS

Mission Statement
The Strake Jesuit College Preparatory student newspaper, MAGIS, exists to inform and entertain the Strake Jesuit community by producing a quality publication containing pertinent information about our school and the broader interests of our students. This newspaper contributes to the intellectual growth of our community by creating a public space for examining important issues and by providing an understanding of journalism theories and techniques for our staff. Our goal is not only to report information but also to encourage and foster discussion amongst our community. Overall, we strive to do all things ad maiorem Dei gloriam—for the greater glory of God.


MAGIS 2016-2017

Editors-In-Chief: Nicholas Figueroa Valenzuela ’18, John Hornung ’18

Assistant Editor-in-Chief: Andrew Checchia ’19

Managing Editors: Tommy Edwards ’18, Luke Orth ’18, Nicholas Stomberg ’18

News and Print Editor: John Lopez’18

Sports Editor: Collins Davis ’18

Arts and Features Editor: Sebastian Suarez ’18

Opinions Editor: open


Corrections

We aim to produce an accurate paper in every regard. Please email us corrections: cgattis@strakejesuit.org


Submissions and Contributions
MAGIS welcomes contributions from any member of the Strake Jesuit student body, faculty, or staff. We accept photographs or other graphics, as well as written contributions for any section: News, Sports, Arts & Features, and Opinions. Please contact us by email at magis.strakejesuit@gmail.com, or see Mr. Gattis in the Journalism Suite (Clay 2206).


Advertisements

Student groups and other members of the Strake Jesuit community are invited to submit advertisements for publication, free of charge.
MAGIS is a student publication of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory.


Copyright 2016 Strake Jesuit’s MAGIS. No content may be used without the permission of the editors and adviser.


The opinions presented in MAGIS articles are those of the student authors and do not necessarily represent the opinions of MAGIS, its moderator, or Strake Jesuit College Preparatory.


Some material courtesy of the American Society of News Editors/MCT Campus news service