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When The Roundup last sat down with Bill DeOre '65, he spoke about his love of doing whatever he can to give back to his high school alma mater. He has found a plethora of ways to do so, donating his artistic skill to everything from football programs to senior prints. On Thursday, September 8th, the former Dallas Morning News editorial...
With sweat trickling down their faces and an Ignatian fervor fueling them, seven Jesuit alumni race across Texas in support of the fight against childhood cancer. Their Jesuit-imbued values vault them across the finish line and onto their next charitable mission. These seven men, after weeks of preparation, finally meet their goal. The ultimate intention is an end to childhood cancer, and although...
Trepidation, fear, and anxiety are usually felt when meeting movie stars, with questions regarding what to say or how to act immediately filling one’s head. When meeting Tanner Kalina '10, these feelings are immediately erased with a warm welcome and a pleasant sense of brotherhood that can be felt from a past Jesuit graduate. Starting out acting at the ripe...
This last Wednesday, April 20, Jesuit lost arguably one of its most influential people in Gary Pasqua ’55. Coach Pasqua was a coach and athletic director for a number of years, and Jesuit’s very own football field bears his name. Pasqua was known for the incredible contributions he brought to Jesuit not only as a football coach, but also as an...
At graduation, one should expect to be at least 18 - seems reasonable. Upon graduation from college, one can expect to be at least 22 - so far so good. However, if perhaps, an oracle told you that you will have created and sold your first business and moved into the realm of investing in other companies by the ripe...
Pencil hits paper, and the faint scratch of lead on a desktop fills a packed, college lecture hall. One Pre-Med student furiously transcribes his professor's lesson on Biology, preparing for an upcoming assessment. It is Mr. Ben Kirby’s final year of Undergraduate school, a checkpoint along the wearying road to becoming a doctor in the field of medicine. However, nearly...
The Atypical Jobs of Typical People- Part II: Bill DeOre '65 What if you offended people for a living? While that may not be on the job description for an editorial cartoonist, it certainly comes with the territory. Bill DeOre, who graduated from Jesuit in 1965, knows better than most the trials and tribulations such cartoonists have to overcome. After all, he was...
The one thing we pay the least attention to daily is a door. Either rushing forward to grab one or slamming it angrily behind us, doors captivate attention for only microseconds before we turn towards far more important things. The vast majority of Jesuit’s doors are unadorned, providing a very bland sight for us to pass by every day....

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