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Frequently described as a “model for his peers,” Emmanuel Daniel has been selected to lead Kairos, the senior retreat experience for Jesuit students nearing the end of their high school formation that provides the opportunity to look inward at who they are, upward at who God is, and outward toward who God is calling them to be.

“Emmanuel is the embodiment of a representative leader,” shared a recent nomination. “He is patient and giving of his time so others may benefit from our school programs. He also leads by example, modeling a loving and caring attitude around campus.”

Emmanuel is involved in many activities at Jesuit, including the RoundUp, Engineering Society, and stage & film, although he is most fondly recognized for his genuine character and inspiring leadership. He takes service to heart and gives of his time each week at Charlin Health and Hospice Care. Often called upon to aid with home health visits and help new patients with entry into the program, according to the program director, “Emmanuel always works with the greatest dignity and respect for each of the clients.”

One faculty member said, “Emmanuel is a reflective, thoughtful student, who thinks seriously about challenging ideas. He has a palpably generous heart that is infectious.” Another nomination added, “Emmanuel is a truly reflective, intelligent, and empathetic young man who I am lucky to know. He embraces his natural intellectual curiosity by never shying away from thinking deeply, and is self-reflective, taking his commitment to being open to growth seriously.”

Congratulations to senior Emmanuel Daniel, Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week.