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Authors Articles by Silas Hartman '20

Silas Hartman '20

Each year, the Underclassmen Convocation celebrates and highlights the outstanding achievements of students in the freshmen and sophomore classes at Jesuit. Awards of excellence, scholarships, and special awards are given to a wide variety of students that seek to display accomplishments of not only the individual student, but also the school as a whole. This year’s Underclassmen Convocation was held...
Every 3 minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with some form of blood cancer, such as leukemia. For many patients, a bone marrow or cord blood transplant may be their only hope for a cure. However, over 70% of the patients needing a transplant do not have a fully matched donor in their immediate family. These patients...
Hundreds of Dallas’ finest high school journalists gathered in downtown Dallas, all celebrating their hard work and dedication to their respective schools’ newspapers. On April 6, seven of The Roundup’s great writers attended the 2018 Dallas Morning News High School Journalism Day. To start their busy day, club moderator and acclaimed C.E.A author, Dr. Degen, and the attending writers, left...
An entrepreneur: someone who operates a business with a chance of catastrophic failure. Entrepreneurs must be fully committed to their dreams, or else they may risk all that they have. Entrepreneurs must additionally attain certain skills like perseverance to keep their dreams fueled. On Tuesday, March 27, Mr. Robert Hoover, the founder of Hoover Projects Inc., spoke to the Entrepreneurship...
It’s 9:59 a.m. in the Information Commons. It’s a nice Thursday morning, with the sun shining, the birds chirping. A lot is going on today, but most importantly, the next release of Supreme is dropping at exactly 10:00 a.m. As Mr. Moyse in the Commons quiets the rowdy students, the clock strikes 10. The students quickly click the refresh...
Tasting the creamy sauce, Rajeev Shiwach ‘19 deems that the chicken tikka masala needs more flavor. He asks his grandmother to add some more salt and spices into the dish as he garnishes the chicken with fresh cilantro. Shiwach is not just making this Indian dish for fun; rather, he is working on his US History project, in which he...
His mind racing, Senior Parker Towns grabs the black pen and signs the paper. Though this signature may seem insignificant, it opens up a whole new chapter in his life - his dreams of playing football come true. Parker is just one of four athletes who signed to play their respective sports in college, along with Seniors Jack Tabor,...
Research by Jack Barton '20 With countless hours of practice weekly, the Jesuit wrestling team prepares for the most important part of any team's season: the playoffs. With numerous successes during the month of January, the team hopes to win it all this year in the postseason. During the month of January, the Jesuit Wrestling team competed in several tournaments and...

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