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Authors Articles by Joshua Ramos '21, Associate Editor

Joshua Ramos '21, Associate Editor

Joshua Ramos '21, Associate Editor
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Starting this season, Jesuit Football will be receiving a new defensive coordinator, Don Woods. Coach Woods has over 35 years of coaching experience and is bringing all of those years to help out the Rangers. When asked about Coach Woods, Jesuit's head football coach, Coach Hickman, answered, "He’s a fundamental coach that our players and coaches respect. Don's a great...
CLICK-CLACK-CLANK.  The sound of the vintage keys striking the black ink-strip fills the room.  For freshman Nathan Volle-Kobell, these are soothing sounds. The Roundup recently got to interview Nathan Volle-Kobell '21 about his marvelous collection of typewriters, and collections in general. Why did you decide to come to Jesuit? "The reason for why I came to Jesuit is because of how...
The sound of silence encompasses the room as the conductor stands up on the podium to begin the glorious music. Recently the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band performed at Bishop Lynch on April 6th to receive professional adjudication. Before that, the band participated in community service. They provided help to Network, an organization that helps provide assistance to families by coaching...
During the time of the Wii U, Nintendo decided to make a new Pokémon game. This wasn't an ordinary Pokémon game but a fighting game that was a collaboration between Nintendo and Bandai. It was called Pokken Tournament. It was first released in 2015 for Japanese arcades, 2016 for the Wii U, and 2017 for the Nintendo Switch. Now I...
Sweat drips down his face onto his cotton, blue jersey as he tunes out the crowd cheering him on. His eyes focusing on the basket as he rushes down court and lines up his shot. While the clock counted down to the last millisecond, the crowd went silent as he lined up his shot and took it. The ball...
Bam! Screech! Pop! Under the Terry Center, students drill away at their robots, adjusting them to face fierce competition.  The On November 4th, the Jesuit Robotics team sent multiple teams to the first FTC Tournament of the year.   So what exactly happens at a Robotics Competition? Well, as Ryan Chiang ‘19 stated, “There are two seasons, FTC is primarily during...
A ball of colorful cotton streaks through the air, drawing everyone’s attention, landing softly into the crowd’s raising hands. The T-shirt Cannon, created by the Robotics Team, has been one of the many machines that the internationally recognized team has created. While many people have heard about the cannon, many do not know about the history behind it. As Aidan...
Photos by Jowdy Photography Beads of sweat ran down the player’s faces onto their cotton jerseys as the sun beat down on them. The quarterback stared down the Panthers who in turn stared down at him. The quarterback then yelled the play at his team. The play burned into their minds because of the hours of practice it took to...

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