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Senior Diego Lopez leads by example and is known for the way that he encourages his classmates. As a member of the Ignatian Service Corps, a leadership program that designs and implements service projects on behalf of Jesuit, Diego is currently the School’s primary representative for Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services where he assists immigrants on their path to legal citizenship.

“Diego is a phenomenal student leader,” advocates one of his classmates. “He is thoughtful, creative, and always considerate of others.”

An excellent student who has been recognized by the College Board as a National Hispanic Scholar, Diego is also a member of the multicultural society and TedEd club. 

“Diego was the designated senior coordinator for Soul Church for homeless adults and children and St. Nicolas House, a ministry for special needs adults,” shared a member of the faculty. “Diego directed the freshmen in their engagement with our guests and modeled for them how to interact with what was an uncomfortable ministry for the young men. Diego never left either sight until the last student was picked up by a parent. His care for both guests and students was one of the most pastoral approaches to ministry that I have witnessed in Jesuit's community service programs. Diego is more than a Ranger of the Week, he exemplifies a Jesuit Man working for and with Others.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Diego Lopez.