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Jack Durham '16

Jack Durham '16
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Not only is Jack the first Junior sports editor but also the first model to be in the Roundup. Jack's great looks and amazing personality bring something to The Roundup no one else has been able to do.
It’s safe to say that everybody at Jesuit knows Coach Wunderlick. After coaching football for a number of years, he’s a local celebrity at Jesuit. He’s won a state title and many other awards, and now he can add one more to his repertoire: the 2016 Gold Ranger Award. Awarded for his time as both a player and coach, Coach...
As the year is coming to a close, many graduating students are spending their last days at Jesuit. Unfortunately, Jesuit’s very own Mr. David McGowan '69 will mark his last day as a teacher, a job he held at Jesuit for 25 years. "He embodies that wise man archetype," fellow English co-chair Dr. Degen commented, someone "who gives people a...
This last Wednesday, April 20, Jesuit lost arguably one of its most influential people in Gary Pasqua ’55. Coach Pasqua was a coach and athletic director for a number of years, and Jesuit’s very own football field bears his name. Pasqua was known for the incredible contributions he brought to Jesuit not only as a football coach, but also as an...
After having Barack Obama in the White House the past seven years, this country is in desperate need of change. The "change" Barack Obama brought only shrunk the middle class and hurt the people at the bottom even more than before. He has politicized nearly every single issue, and as a result, divided the country more than any president...
Since January, the bowling team has been dominant, winning 3 of their past 3 games. The team has taken on Grapevine, Irving MacArthur, and the Winston School, and fared extremely well in all three of them, winning easily. On January 13, Jesuit took on Grapevine, one of the most feared teams in the division. In this game, Jesuit was nothing...
Many Jesuit students know of the Advancement Office, located at the end of the B Hallway. However, many students don’t understand the impact of the Office of Advancement on nearly every resource that Jesuit students benefit from. The Advancement Office is an umbrella term and within the office there are different pieces and components that contribute to the overall work...
Don't do your absolute best, just beat your competitors. When competing in high stakes divisions like regionals and districts, this advice echos through the heads of each runner; don't do your absolute best, just beat your competitors. Runners in previous races tried to beat their PRs (Personal Records) to impress against other runners across the state, however now the only...

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