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Authors Articles by A.J. Zaugg '14

A.J. Zaugg '14

A.J. Zaugg '14
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A.J. attended St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School in Keller (not Plano) before attending Jesuit. He enjoys playing soccer for his club team and for his school, reading and watching Japanese manga and anime, and spending time with his family and friends. This is his first year writing for the Roundup, so he asks that readers not be critical of his pieces. He also wishes to ensure you that he will bring riveting news and that you will not be disappointed.
     Although most of the Jesuit community is struggling through Midterms and anticipating the long Christmas break filled with rest, holiday spirit, and joyous memories, let us take a step back to Thanksgiving, a holiday that brings to mind cooler weather, roasted turkey and pumpkin pie, but most of all spending time with family. Similar to this feeling of...
What is diversity? Am I even diverse? Upon hearing the word diversity, students are plagued with these two questions. I myself, had never thought of myself as diverse, until I took a closer look at the Diversity and Outreach Services here at Jesuit. Diversity, led by director Mr. Erik Burrell, strives to find the magis, "the more," inside each individual...
Bang! A loud cannon’s boom resounds throughout the stadium. Flap! The Jesuit flags whip around in the wind. Aaaaaah! Finally, the Jesuit Yell ensues, led by the omnipresent, spirited young men in light blue tank tops. The Lone Rangers are at it again! The Lone Rangers, according to Austin Ryan, the group’s moderator, “is an extracurricular group that is designed...

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