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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Authors Articles by Joseph Duebner '16

Joseph Duebner '16

Joseph Duebner '16
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A devilishly handsome Jesuit Ranger, Joseph spends his after school times acting and starring in films, productions, and one-acts. In his free time, he enjoys wooing the ladies by playing guitar, camping, running, cycling, and of course writing articles for the Roundup. Yes, it is true, Joseph may be the most interesting person anyone will ever meet.
Waiting anxiously outside the Jesuit Lecture Hall, nearly sixty actors line up for the auditions. Each has to wait through the weekend until the callback list is published, followed by the second round the following Monday. Garnished with the largest set in Jesuit Stage and Film history, the Jesuit Spring Production of Arsenic and Old Lace has proven to mark...
The wood doors of the old chapel open, revealing eight Jesuit students and their chaperone, all clad in black suits. Timidly sitting in the pews, waiting for the day to begin, they quietly converse amongst themselves about how to handle their first conference. For the Jesuit Model UN delegates, the ambiance around them was one of anxiety and anticipation....
The bell rings, signaling the end of third period. The rumble of freshmen feet vibrate the floors of the hall. Congregating in the cafeteria, they line up for the food. The lunch staff, standing ready, prepares for the influx of students over the next several hours. I had a chance to sit down with Mr. Stephen Traynor, owner of Gold...
The shiny floors of the main hallway vibrate under the footsteps of all Jesuit's students, new and returning. Teachers meet their students whom they will guide this year for the first time. And, inevitably, some students start to complain about the five-day week of early wake-up times. Yes, the academic year has started at our home on the 28 Acres. Last...
Belgium; a beautiful landscape in Europe where there is plenty to do and plenty to see. Many travel to Belgium for vacation, sometimes for work, other times to visit distant family. However, Belgium is much more than a brewery of diverse people in the middle of a continent. It houses some of cycling's most elite riders, all the way from professional teams...
The crowd goes wild, cheering in deep downtown Houston. The bikes whiz by at speeds comparable to a car. They fly through the urban streets in a tight pack enjoying the beautiful Texas day. Jesuit cyclists weave through the bunch in the last race of the season. On the weekend of May 2nd, Jesuit cycling traveled down to Houston, Texas to...
The word "action" is heard loud and clear, a soft click on a camera echoes. The whirring of the recording camera on a tripod sounds faintly. Finally those in front of the camera, along with those behind it, start to make the magic happen. This May 8th and 9th Jesuit will host its very first annual film festival, opening each...
Mr. Garrison, incredulous, shakes his head and mumbles incoherently to himself as he takes out a sharpie to make amends to the 28 Acre t-shirts he recently commissioned as a surprise for Mr. Knize. Last Friday, March 27th, Jesuit discreetly settled a court case with the homeowners of the neighborhood to the rear of the school, conceding around an...

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