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Classmates have always considered senior Raul Hernandez as someone who always put others needs before his own while acknowledging the leadership his brings to his friends and peers. As student body president, Raul was meticulously involved in the planning and execution of several milestone events within the past week.

Raul was paramount in the organization of the Junior-Senior Homecoming Dance and worked with others to ensure a terrific experience for Jesuit students and their guests. Later that week and along with his student council brothers, he prepared the script and schedule for Ranger Day. Despite needing to modify the day because of inclement weather, Raul remained undeterred and helped deliver another unforgettable day of community and brotherhood on campus.

“No matter what obstacles, Raul finds opportunities,” said a nominating member of the administration. “He leads by example through his commitment to high standards while spreading joy to others. Raul organized an incredible Ranger Day, and he is a leader I always want in my corner.”

Raul is involved in numerous activities at Jesuit, and no surprise, they are service based. In addition to his work leading student council, he serves in the Ignatian Service Corps, is a Big Brother and freshman retreat leader, a Kairos retreat leader, and a member of Hope Squad. 

“Raul is a natural born leader who seeks to serve the student body in an enduring way,” shared a member of the counseling staff. “He is a full spectrum thinker and has extreme passion for his fellow classmates. He is a philosophical wordsmith and a leader by example. His work within the Hope Squad has resulted in a major shift in the way we look at mental health on our campus.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Raul Hernandez ’23.