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Jeff Bartlett ‘12

Jeff Bartlett ‘12
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As part of being a “Man for Others," Jesuit students are expected to give back more to the community than what it has given them. The winner of Jesuit’s annual Gold Ranger Award must live this philosophy to the fullest and bring honor to Jesuit through positive contributions to the school. In addition to making a positive difference in...
Last Thursday, May 3, two members of the theology and science departments, Stephen Pitts, S.J. and Todd Gruninger, addressed a very pressing modern issue: the duality of science and religion. In the presentation they had the audience questioning the basic underlying belief in both scientific reason and Catholic faith through a series of clever analogies and mind games. Mr. Pitts,...
Tuesday, March 20 saw a thrilling and historic event in Jesuit history with the 500th win of Head Coach Charlie DeLong’s career. In what Charlie described as “one of the best performances of the year,” Jesuit boasted a five goal win over a scoreless Lake Highlands. With seemingly effortless passing and a gorgeous sense of communication, Jesuit could not...
The Crew team returned from Austin last week with heads held high after what can only be called a stunning victory at the Heart of Texas Regatta.  Jesuit showed superiority through its first-place wins in the Varsity 8, the Freshman 4, and the Varsity 4. Jesuit Crew was also able to pick up a second place in the Varsity 4,...
Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to meet with Jesuit baseball prodigy Josh Bell '11 and his family, and go inside the mind of the second round draft pick who is already making history. Last year, Bell signed a minor league contract with a $5 million signing bonus to the Pittsburgh Pirates, a number that beat the previous...
This Saturday, December 3, 2011, The Roundup staff will take a trip to St. Louis to learn more about Jesuit’s role in integration history.  Payton Maher ’13, aided by English teachers Sheryl Row and Michael Degen, government teacher Fritz Asche and senior editor Clark Durham ’12, will be interviewing Charles Edmond, one of the two first black students at...
In their four years at Jesuit, members of the class of 2012 have seen their school change around them in both the aesthetics of major renovations and in additions to personnel, with teachers funneling in and out over the past four years. But in the hustle of recent school excitements, 2012’ers may have overlooked a major change to their...
Over the past few months, the uprising in Libya has attracted media involvement from across the globe. Videos and reports of tragic events have surfaced, revealing the horrible violence that has ensued in North Africa, instigated as a result of the tyrannical rule of Moammar Gadhafi. The story surrounding the Libyan struggle is almost cliché, an oppressed people, fighting for...

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