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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.
 “Part of my Hispanic heritage is holding Our Lady of Guadalupe with high esteem. We have an Our Lady of Guadalupe in our house, and it was great that The Roundup dedicated this prayer service to Mary and gave her the adoration that she deserves.“ Alec Gomez ‘21 Last week, the Art Department explored multiple artistic expressions--some by Jesuit students--of the Virgin...
With any successful sports team always comes a great leader. These leaders hold the team together and encourage their teammates through tough times. Athletes like Derek Jeter, Ray Lewis, Michael Jordan, and Tim Duncan have all displayed their strong leadership qualities throughout their careers. Similarly, many athletes at Jesuit strive to become positive role models and leaders in order to...
As the burdens of the beginning of the school year begin to rest on student’s shoulders, it can be hard to find time to study for the PSAT. For many students, the PSAT is a day off from classes, but for some this test is an invaluable resource to help gauge where they are in terms of standardized tests....
As the bell rings for lunch, all the Jesuit students rush toward the small gym, forming a messy line. However, unlike last year, this line does not take twenty minutes to go through; it takes a mere ten to fifteen minutes thanks to Jesuit's new cafeteria system. https://youtu.be/cL47UGf6CAo     Over the summer, Jesuit partnered with Sage Dining to renovate its current cafeteria...
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...

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