Monday, September 28, 2020

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Michael White '15

Michael White '15
Michael left Parish Episcopal School after 8th grade to continue pursuing academic excellence at Jesuit. He loves to write; writing is his choice form of artistic expression, because there is nothing like reading meaningful words on paper. He also loves listening to all kinds of music (except country) and loves to share his passion with others, hence his participation in the Roundup. He likes lacrosse, reading, playing drums and serving the community. He also runs a music blog with fellow Juniors Jon Birondo, Drew Curran and Chris Ayres called Pretty Neat Grooves. You can find them at
Aubrey Graham, better known as Drake, is back with his third studio release, Nothing Was The Same. With a well-intentioned appreciation for rap classics, as well as an obvious but almost adeptly executed attempt at reinventing his image, Drake makes the best album of his career. The project opens up with the extremely flashy song, "Tuscan Leather," which upon first hearing...
Ever wanted to be the next Picasso on your iPad? Well, Mr. Harmon has an app for you! Harmon, the Jesuit art teacher, is involved with the Society of Jesus and was born and raised in the Tyler, Texas area. He comes from an artistic family background, considering that his grandfather was a watchmaker and his dad was a...
2012...what a year. We survived the apocalypse (again), our nation acquired a not-so-new president, and Princess Kate got pregnant. There was a considerable amount of drama in the media that I was completely oblivious to, so I won’t ramble on about Twilight or something of that nature. But what a year. Despite all of this insanity developing around the...

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