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Authors Articles by Jackson Slaughter '15

Jackson Slaughter '15

Jackson Slaughter '15
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Jackson's hobbies include writing, recreational sports, and playing video games with his friends. He joined The Roundup because he enjoys writing and meeting new and interesting people, and The Roundup is the perfect place to learn about everything in the school.
Saturday, December 6, 2014, Jesuit lost someone very dear when Brother Gerald "Jerry" Landry S.J., age 81, who had been with Jesuit for 17 years, passed away of heart failure. He died only four days after leaving Jesuit, to retire to Grand Coteau, La. Born November 9, 1933 in the small town of Jeanerette, Louisianna, Brother Landry grew up alongside his...
Recently, Jesuit's The Roundup had the chance to sit down with principal Mr. Garrison. During the press conference, Mr. Garrison had only positive things to say about both the staff and the student body. This year is turning out to be truly amazing so far, and the administration really appreciates everything that the students and faculty are doing to make...
This summer, two students, Holton Shwartz '16 and Trae Allen '16 took an exciting journey unlike most others. They went to Japan. While there, they did everything from learn the language to hike Mt. Fuji. When asked why they chose Japan, Holton replied "I was looking for trips to Europe, but they were all really expensive. Then, I looked at...
June 24, notable Jesuit Alumnus Christopher Cantwell '00, the co-creator, executive producer, and writer for the new show Halt and Catch Fire, spoke to Jesuit students who were enrolled in the Film summer course. He recounted his interesting and unique  journey from being a Jesuit theater kid to becoming Hollywood writer and producer. Cantwell explained to the audience that the best way...
Their breathing is heavy. The Jesuit cyclists keep telling themselves to just keep pedaling. As the hot Texas sun beats down on them, the remaining cyclists see the end in sight. A few of them attempt to break away from the pack, but it is far too early. Then, all of a sudden, the final leg of the race...
Big news came from the Jesuit football team as the it announced next years team leaders! Whether it's on the field or in the locker room, these are the guys who are leading the team and inspiring the guys to bring home victory! The student leaders are composed of eight rising seniors and four rising juniors. The team has chosen student leaders...
Do you ever watch Netflix? Browse Reddit? Stream games on Twitch? Do you hate buffering and slow connections? Well, that's too bad because the FCC just put an end to net neutrality. Now, you might be asking yourself, "what's net neutrality?" Basically, net neutrality is what made all websites equal. With net neutrality, a service provider such as Verizon, AT&T,...
From making objects soar with catapults to raising flags with marbles, the physics programs at Jesuit have some pretty cool projects, and this year, for the first time ever, the AP Physics classes are trying a new kind of project, a mock trial. Students have been assigned roles such as jury, judge, plaintiff, and defendant, and over the...

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