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Authors Articles by Pierce Durham ’14

Pierce Durham ’14

Pierce Durham ’14
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Pierce went to Christ the King School before Jesuit, and started writing for The Roundup during his sophomore year when his older brother, Clark, was the editor-in-chief. His favorite sport is football, which he played up until this summer when he had a knee injury that will keep him out for the season. He really enjoys Breaking Bad, though he's dreading its end, and loves to discuss it any chance he gets. He can’t wait to start another year with The Roundup!
From president of Coca Cola in Mexico to President of Mexico itself, Vicente Fox has led a successful life, but professing never to have forgotten the less fortunate and always committed to the betterment of the people.  On  Nov. 8, some 20  Jesuit students from debate, student council, and the senior contemporary issues course heard Fox speak on numerous...
The month of October- for most it is filled with Halloween, homecoming, colder weather, and college applications, but for golfer Sam Rosenberg ’14 it has been much, much more.  In this month, Rosenberg was named to the HP Scholastic Junior All-America Team and also committed to play golf at the highly prestigious University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.  Sam began...
No, the faculty will not be suiting up for the football game on Friday; however they will be representing their Jesuit student/athletes during the faculty appreciation game against WT White.  Implemented in 2011 during Coach Brandon Hickman’s first season as head coach, the faculty appreciation game has consistently been a success, pleasing both players and teachers. All day on Friday,...
“Breaking Bad isn’t a show, it’s a religion” –Pierce Durham.  Sunday saw the greatest TV series of my generation come to a close, and it is only right that we spend a moment to examine the last episode. Felina, the title of the final episode, set out to “tie up loose ends,” and did precisely that.  With the money left...
Most students would not willingly forfeit their post-community service free time nor their lunch periods to attend a club activity; however, Not For Sale Club members are not like most students. The Not For Sale Club's mission is to "raise awareness and fight to end modern slavery in all forms and all countries," and on Wednesday, September 11th, this club,...
Out with the old and in with the new- students that is.  The class of 2017 stepped onto the 28 acres last Thursday for the freshman orientation, eager to make a name for their class and ready to achieve success in these formative high school years. Bright and early, these youngsters congregated in the Terry Center for their first real exposure...

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