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Enrique Berrios '15

Enrique Berrios '15
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Today is May 9, 2015, the day after the 2015 Jesuit Special Games. One day after my last official day at Jesuit College Prep, I feel incredibly bored. I tried checking my favorite YouTube channels, but I could not find any new content. I tried listening to music, but I could not focus. I should probably study for the six...
German soldiers use hand grenades to exterminate all signs of life within the homes of Jewish Poles in the Warsaw Ghetto. Failing to massacre every Jew in hiding, they send the survivors to concentration camps throughout Poland and Germany. This is one of the many events witnessed by Max Glauben. On April 7, Jesuit welcomed Holocaust survivor Max Glauben,...
Rushing against the clock to save his life of his patient, an adult gorilla, Dr. Michael Holub and his team drain five liters of pus from his patient’s body. Their hard work succeeds in revitalizing the gorilla’s furry body. Sharing this and many other stories, Dr. Holub, an accomplished anesthesiologist came to Jesuit to share his experiences in the...
Pink Floyd The Endless River Released November 10, 2014 Label: Parlophone, Columbia As Pink Floyd officially ends its career, fans around the world experience the ambivalence of seeing one of rock’s most important bands leave and celebrate its accomplishments. With The Endless River, Pink Floyd, reduced to David Gilmour and Nick Mason, aims to end its run on a positive note with a...
Ultra-lightweight racers zipped around the room as students in PMM Engineering presented their solar cars on Tuesday, November 4. The cars demonstrated students’ comprehension of renewable energy and tested their ability to apply it on a practical level. PMM Engineering highlights petroleum, biomedical, and mechanical engineering. As a precursor to petroleum engineering, students learn about alternate energy forms. The class...
On Monday, September 29, Medical Society hosted guest speaker and Jesuit alumnus Kevin Ramos ’10. Ramos graduated from Saint Louis University this year and works in the medical field as a nurse. His presentation opened students up to the nursing profession and gave them a male perspective in the field.   Ramos explained how the experience of being a male nurse...
Eyes fixed upon the guest speaker, Jesuit students attentively listened to a moving presentation on the impact human trafficking has had on thousands of lives as well as the tangible methods for combating this evil. On Friday, September 19, Not For Sale kickstarted the year with a guest presentation by Edward Smart from Operation Underground Railroad, an organization that rescues children who...
https://vimeo.com/105230551   Volunteers stir buckets full of ice and water as they prepare to dump water in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Participating in the global phenomenon of awareness, support, and many gallons of icy water, The Roundup Senior staff eagerly took on the challenge in response to President Mike Earsing's formal challenge, an opportunity The Roundup could not refuse. On Tuesday, September 2, The Roundup senior...

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