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Authors Articles by Silas Hartman '20, Media Editor

Silas Hartman '20, Media Editor

Silas Hartman '20, Media Editor
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Silas attended St. Monica Catholic School before attending Jesuit, and besides being the Media Editor for The Roundup, Silas is a member of Student Council and a bowler for Jesuit. He enjoys filmmaking, and if you want a video created about your sport/club, feel free to email him at 20185@jcpstudents.org or check out his cool website.
It's 3:20 on a Thursday. You are bored in math class, when all of a sudden, you check a friend's Snapchat story. On the story, you see Luka Dončić, a 2019 NBA All-Rookie and probable Rookie of the Year, playing soccer with some fellow NBA friends. As soon as the bell rings, you run toward the field to see...
For over 40 years, Saturday Night Live has consistently produced a high-quality comedy show, creating around 20 episodes per year. Combining all aspects of show business from costume design, to make up, to set design, to filmmaking, it is truly impressive that SNL is able to pump out such well-refined content in such a short period of time. With the...
“Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.” This quote from Aristotle perfectly explains one of the primary missions of the Jesuits: to educate. A Jesuit must teach for several years before becoming ordained as a priest, primarily because Jesuits place a large emphasis on education. At Jesuit Dallas, there are always Novices who are teaching who will later become...
Below is the inaugural Student Council address written by the Student Council President and Vice President, Will Florer '20 and Will Nickols '20:   Dear Jesuit community, A major goal of Jesuit’s Student Council this year is to better publicize and inform everyone about our activities. Peers frequently ask what Student Council does, and we jokingly explain that we’re not just the...
His elbows already bruised by the hard wooden floor, Cooper Herndon ‘20 hesitates to dive for the incoming ball. He knows he can save it, but he does not want to sacrifice his body again to make a play. With a sudden instinct, he quickly dives for the ball, making his elbows bloody, but he successfully saves the play,...
An aged wooden table. An old, but effective, ballot box. A few rickety voting booths. And of course, the infamous pencils with spoons taped on them. This characterizes the typical Student Council election scene, and on Thursday, March 28, the Student Body elected (and re-elected) ten members to hold office in Student Council for the 2019-2020 school year. Senior Class...
With smiles on their faces, the Rangers soundly defeat the Panthers 3-1 after a sensational performance by Diego Sierra ‘20. Although their win-loss record is not what they had anticipated, they are still happy to end the season with a hard-earned win. This was the scene at the Jesuit Soccer team’s last game of the season, and despite their tough...
A record voter turnout, and an unprecedented result of a sophomore vs. junior ticket. The crazy Student Council Primaries have broken nearly all the norms of a typical Jesuit election. At this point, nothing is certain. With two tickets running for Student Body President and Vice President, the elections on Tuesday, March 5 will determine the victor. Who are the Candidates? The...

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