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Sophomore Abram Hunt was quick to embrace his responsibility as a Man for Others, spending Sunday mornings throughout his freshman year with S.O.U.L. Church, a mobile church in Dallas that offers a place to worship Christ alongside the homeless members of our community. This year, Abram is serving as a member of Brothers for Others, which works with a myriad of partners focused on relationships and understanding of those living with physical and/or intellectual differences.

“Abram is gracious and caring beyond his years,” shared a faculty member. “He radiates a kind spirit and uses his talents to uplift those around him. He’s also an incredibly bright and fantastic problem solver.”

A strong academic performer, Abram is also a talented musician and serves in both the choir and as a clarinetist in the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band. 

“Abram is both smart and completely selfless,” said one of his peers. “He is always engaging his classmates in a positive manner, and he models servant leadership. His presence has a huge impact across our School, and I’m blessed to call him a friend.”

Congratulations to Abram Hunt, Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week!