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You quickly write down the opponent's points down on paper, getting ready to stand up and respectfully correct two of their speeches and support your own within 8 minutes. You spent weeks preparing for this moment. You grab your papers, stand up and say “Roadmap will be solvency, advantage, disad, a counter plan. Is anybody not ready?” Recently, the Jesuit debate...
Every year The Roundup selects an Editor-in-Chief to help lead it throughout the next school year.  The application process includes several steps: a written portion, containing his goals for the next year and his qualifications for the job; an interview with the current chief and managing editor; an interview with the moderator; and finally the best candidate is chosen by the current...
Medical Society. It’s one of those clubs that every Jesuit student has heard about. Whether it be the desire to become a doctor, or just curiosity about living things, the Medical Society has attracted a number of students and is one of Jesuit’s biggest, most prestigious extracurricular activities. But, what has Medical Society been up to this semester? Traditionally, freshmen...
If you’ve been at Jesuit for long, hopefully you’re aware of the robotics team that resides in the basement of the Terry Center. The grinding, grumbling, and screeching made by the lab’s machines as they craft parts for robots are mostly muffled by the walls, heard by no one. But last weekend, the Jesuit team, 2848, was heard at...
Prom is a tradition unlike any other: young men clad in black tuxedos enter the large ballroom with their dates dressed in luxurious dresses.  A fancy meal is prepared and served to them, while later they dance the night away. Prom can be seen as the apex of a junior or senior’s year, and it provides a way to...
On the smooth green surface of the ground, a rectangular contraption, made of metal and wooden beams, scurries across the arena. Various wires cover the automated machine, connecting into electrical ports, sending data and information that help it operate. The robot first extends out an arm, clenching onto a small five-inch white whiffle ball. Slingshotting this arm forward, it...
In Texas, while the heat may come and go, one thing's for certain: we use a great amount of water. A US Geological Survey tracked domestic water use over a 15 year period and discovered that per day, Texans use 76-100 gallons of water per person. Here in North Texas, one organization is looking to change those numbers. On Saturday April...

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