Authors Articles by Jacob Totah '18
Jacob Totah '18
The notion of putting everything I know about barbecue into a book is a daunting one. Not because I know so much... but because of the nature of barbecue itself. It's because the printed word- definitive, exacting, permanent- is in many ways antithetical to the process of cooking barbecue, which is, for lack of a better word, loosey-goosey. - Aaron Franklin,...
Jacob Totah '18 speaks with Parker Towns '18, named Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week on Sept. 3. In a thin loss to state champs Desoto, 41-36, Towns threw for a career-high 365 yards and two touchdowns in Jesuit's season-opening setback to Texas state-ranked No. 2 DeSoto on September 1. The senior completed 35-of-55 pass attempts, commanding an offense...
This week, The Roundup sat down with the four senior football captains and asked them about their expectations for the upcoming football season.
This last Friday, the Jesuit Football team held their annual Blue and Gold game, a scrimmage pitting the offense against the defense, to evaluate the progress the team has made over the Spring season.
We sat down with Fr. Hooks and Mr. Lugo to learn about the life of a Jesuit and to ask them some questions about their lives, their time at Jesuit, and their future.
There's a phenomena at Jesuit every Thursday that few can explain. We went to the students to discover why one item in the cafeteria is more popular than the others.
"Months of blood, sweat, and tears paid off with the ultimate prize - giving @JesuitSoccer a state championship and cementing their names in history"
In Texas, while the heat may come and go, one thing's for certain: we use a great amount of water. A US Geological Survey tracked domestic water use over a 15 year period and discovered that per day, Texans use 76-100 gallons of water per person. Here in North Texas, one organization is looking to change those numbers. On Saturday April...