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Michael Miramontes '18, Managing Editor

Michael Miramontes '18, Managing Editor
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Michael Amadeus Miramontes, a dashing yet clever fellow, lives in Allen, Texas. Currently he attends the University of Notre Dame. Prior to his time at Jesuit, he attended an Allen public middle school. Aside from The Roundup, Michael was the president of Interact, Vice President of JCL, 3-Time Allstate Musician for his beloved instrument, the clarinet, and likewise played in the Jesuit-Ursuline-Ranger-Band. He's also heavily involved in his parish, and makes Quizlets that are renowned by many. Michael would like to thank his Mom and Dad as well as coffee for getting him through High School.
“Men for Others.” That’s what you commonly hear when you think about Jesuit and what you hear during prayer services. But what you probably don’t know is the full extent of the maxim, and what it means exactly. Jesuit’s motto is actually, “Men and Women for and with Others,” but what does it mean to be men for and...
From the streets of Guatemala, to the streets outside of UT Southwestern Medical Center, Medical Society has led many students to vastly different environments. Known for its informative and hands-on experiences, the Medical Society offers many informational opportunities, from dissecting a cat to listening to guest speakers talk about delivering anesthesia to patients, the Medical Society has it all. Existing...
“My family in Mexico is like … I used to live with my grandma, and 2 cousins, with my father and mom, and we were 6 in the house ... now we are living just my parents and me in the house … There was no exchange program in my school (Bachillerato Pedro Arrupe, a Jesuit School in Mexico),...
Rapid Weight Loss. Recurring Fever or Profuse Night Sweats. Extreme and Unexplained Tiredness. Prolonged swelling of the lymph glands in the armpits, neck, etc. Pneumonia. Memory loss, depression, and other neurological disorders. The list goes on and on. But what do these conditions have in common? These hindering symptoms, along with several others, are all things that someone can...
“Rᵷibʇ si ᵷrhiʇ, anq wornᵷ is megrn, anq a bcbytnai got ne dnsiouss deing mrcnᵷ nehw eh ani’t igneranʇ napsmonk dcttor”. This sentence may seem completely unreadable, but actually it originates from a completely readable sentence in the popular novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, praised as one of the greatest works of American literature of all time, loved by many. Here’s what the...
When most people hear that you’re taking Latin, some of the common responses are “Why’d you take that?” or “That’s a poor college choice,” and, of course, the classic, “Latin is a dead language.” However, what most people don’t know is that the second largest youth organization in the United States, with over 50,000 members and 1,200 chapters in almost every...
“Hands On” What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the words “Engineering Club?" Well, to members of the Jesuit Engineering Society, the first words that come to mind are “Hands On." The Jesuit Engineering Society was started at the beginning of 2013 by students who showed an interest in engineering but couldn’t do any extracurricular activities because of their...
Slavery. When you read that word, what thoughts or time periods come to mind? While there are several answers, something that you might not have thought about is United States slavery. No, I’m not talking about the 1700’s, I’m talking about right now. The term slavery refers to someone who is considered “property” of someone else and has lost their free...

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