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Authors Articles by Grayson Godfrey '18, Jr. Editor

Grayson Godfrey '18, Jr. Editor

Grayson Godfrey '18, Jr. Editor
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Health Care and the Job of the State

Recently, the American Health Care Act (TrumpCare) passed through the House of Representatives. In short, the bill will de-fund Planned Parenthood, remove the individual mandate, give states the choice of charging more for those...

Coach Howell Speaks to Bowling Season Successes

The thump of the heavy polyurethane ball collides against the pins as they fall, resonating against the glossy wood with a familiar rattle. Along with hard work and practice, these have been the defining...

Zipties, Duct Tape, and Hot Glue: Physics Rube Goldberg Projects 2017

"Hey! Can I borrow your drill (or hot glue gun, or a couple zipties/screws)?" "Are you gonna use this , or do you need it?" "When does this period end?" *bell rings* Amid these commonplace inquisitions, the...

Wage Gap or Information Gap?

In an age where succinct sound bites of information, snaps, and tweets eclipse studies and cross-referencing information, TL;DR (too long didn’t read) and social media has ushered us into an age dominated by headlines...

Issues Day: Who is My Neighbor?

On March 29th, the Ignatian Day focused on the question posed in the Gospel of Luke: “Who is my neighbor?” Connecting the message from the I-Day to another "I" day, on March 31st, Campus...

The Roundup Website Earns Silver in The Dallas Morning News Contest

April 4, 2017, was High School Journalism Day and eight junior and senior editors embarked on a journey to The Dallas Morning News Station to participate in the 26th Annual High School Journalism Day...

Fake News: The Media Corrupted

Among the ether of Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube that exist as our sources for day to day news, media outlets channel information to those broader platforms in order to reach a massive audience. This...

Student Body Election: Primary Results

Among the many who campaigned, four candidates remain in the race for the student body president and vice president. This Tuesday, March 7th, is the final day for voting that will decide the next...

The Roundup Suffers a Loss in The Expository Bowl

In a battle of writer vs. football player, not much would be expected in terms of true competition. But the senior varsity football squad would challenge that statement with an inspiring comeback from a...

Ranger Wrestlers Advance to Regional Tournament

This weekend is the weekend every school has been waiting for all year. This is the tournament towards which every wrestler works. The UIL District 7 Tournament, hosted by Berkner High School, put the best wrestlers from...