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Connor Thomas '18, Editor-In-Chief

Connor Thomas '18, Editor-In-Chief
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A recovering powerlifter and lax bro, Connor is now the full-time Editor-in-Chief of The Roundup. He enjoys podcasts, coffee, and long walks on the beach. If you need to reach him, email him at 18327@jcpstudents.org or check the Starbucks across the street from Jesuit—he's probably there.
Launch day. Gliders in hand, the seniors of ACE Engineering march down to the gym. Gliders float and fly here and there. The final flights are a culmination of weeks of work designing and perfecting foam gliders to fly faster, farther, and safer. The students record the results, and then it's back to that classroom for ACE Engineering. The ACE in...
Fencing is a difficult sport in which one must balance skill, athleticism, and mental toughness while dueling. That is what makes freshman Jared Petroll's accomplishment so remarkable. He recently fenced his way into 14th place at the November 7th-10th North American Cup (NAC)  in Louisville, Kentucky. He beat 157 other fencers from all over the continent. "There were some...
Recently, the Jesuit Debate Team participated in two important competitions, gaining crucial state qualifying points in both. "It's always a very intense atmosphere," said Adam Wiechman '15 when asked about debating. Some of Jesuit's best and brightest went head-to-head with teams from around the area at the Southlake Carroll and Plano West Invitationals October 18th and 25th. Mr. Lingel, debate coach and junior...
Every day in the halls of Jesuit, a student runs down the hall toward his classroom, English assignment in hand, rushing to beat the bell. Another student plows through his math homework before algebra class, finishing with one minute to spare. Understandably, these students simply forgot that they had homework assigned the previous day; they failed to write a...
One cross and two candles lead the red-robed Father Huete through the congregation of students wearing red tie after red tie.  He bows at the altar, and the Mass of the Holy Spirit begins. "It certainly has been a long-time custom in all our Jesuit schools," he remarked, "asking the Holy Spirit to bless what we do scholastically." It has...

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