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Trey Ashmore '20, Editor-in-Chief

Trey Ashmore '20, Editor-in-Chief
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It's that time of year again. Freshman student council elections are on the horizon, and it's time to get to know the 2019-2020 candidates. Candidate 1: Jose Alvarado "The things I understand about the Student Council are that the council helps anyone in need of help that being students health, emotions, or with academics. Another thing that I understand with the...
On Fridays, artists of all genres and popularity drop their music for their audience’s listening pleasure. While Spotify and Apple Music both have “New Music Friday” playlists, The Roundup doesn’t want the Jesuit community to have to sift through those playlists to find out which songs bop and which flop. To the avid Roundup readers disappointed that New Music Friday...
Tommy Roy '20 advances another step, now an arm's length from the front door. His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy. There's vomit on his sweater already, mom's spaghetti. He's nervous, but on the surface, he looks calm and ready. 'Fourth time's the charm,' he tells himself, hoping Shea Duffy will accept his homecoming proposal. He swallows his pride...
Parents everywhere perhaps caution their kids from pursuing English degrees. Common criticisms include, "It's just not practical" or "It's a waste of money" or "It'll land you a job at the Wendy's down the street." Jesuit alumnus Jeffrey Miller defies this perception. An English major himself, Miller recently won the $625,000 MacArthur 'Genius' Grant this past Wednesday, September 25, 2019. About...
On Wednesday, September 25th, students, parents, and teachers gathered in Hughes Hall to celebrate the Class of 2020's academic achievement at the annual Academic Recognition Ceremony. Seniors were honored for their accomplishments on both the PSAT and their respective AP Exams. AP Scholar Awards The AP Scholar Awards recognize students who have demonstrated exemplary achievement on college-level AP Exams. In addition...
Unit (noun): An absolute machine of a person who looks like they never leave the gym and could cause trouble.  One does not simply become a unit. It's the product of flawless DNA and years of physical and mental training. Many dedicate their lives to achieve this end but simply don't have what it takes. Not Cluck. As Cluck steps on...
Golden syrup drips down the side of the light brown cake, a golden-brown crisp protecting its fluffy beige interior. One cake, two cakes, three cakes, four. Some might call it a "fat stack," while others stuff their mouths with the breakfast delicacy. Those weren't the pancakes Inside Linebacker and Tik Tok connoisseur Tommy Roy '20 served at last Friday's game....
It's the third set tiebreaker. With the match on the line, Jack Murray '21 steps up to the baseline. "5-5," he calls. The tension could be cut with a knife. He shrugs his shoulders back to relax and bounces the ball on the pavement just in front of his left foot. He bounces the ball three more times, then...

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