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The day was May 17th; the morning saw the underclassmen convocation and with it the slew of awards and competition among classmates. The evening also saw awards, but of a different kind. The 3rd annual The Roundup Banquet took place in the very same building as the convocation that occurred just hours before, and with the recognition of hard-working writers...
Dear readers of The Roundup, I think I had to pick a word to describe my involvement in The Roundup, that word would be “atypical.” Unlike the past Chiefs before me, I haven’t served on the student newspaper since my freshman or sophomore year. In fact, the only reason I joined the newspaper junior year was because Dr. Degen asked...
You've seen The Roundup, the articles, the writers, and maybe you've been interviewed and quoted in an article. But what goes on behind the scenes? Who is there day after day, making sure that everything runs smoothly? The Editor-In-Chief and the Managing Editor are essential in completing this task. They are, after all, the leaders of the newspaper, and The Roundup is...
350 of Dallas’s finest high school journalists gather under one roof at Union Station, each one hoping to celebrate another year of service to their school newspaper. On March 30th, The Roundup, as well as over 40 other high school newspapers, attended the 2016 High School Journalism Day (HJSD). Leaving Jesuit by bus around 8:00 am, 7 members of The...
The Jesuit Ranger football team and The Roundup squared off in the game of the century this past Friday in the second annual Expository Bowl. The game was a thriller for the thousands of fans who showed up, and it proved to be a nail-biter that came down to the last second. On the back of their quarterback and Sports...
3,132,139. According to compete.com, that's how many unique visitors viewed The Dallas Morning News website in July this year, reading articles covering a wide range of topics such as sports, politics, and local news, the topics varying as wildly as the people who write them. One of those writers will soon be Jesuit's very own Sam Betanzos '16. Through the Local Voices program, Betanzos...

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