Thursday, August 6, 2020

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Because this is a high school publication, most articles on The Roundup feature student events and achievements. However, Jesuit Dallas is much more than just high school boys. Without our faculty and staff, Jesuit Dallas would be a very different place indeed. This article serves to recognize Mr. Williams, a counselor and teacher at Jesuit for many years, and his...
Every day, Jesuit's halls combine two unlikely things: artistic masterpieces and teenage boys. Everywhere you turn in the school, you will find a new, interesting piece, and now you can find even more. The Jesuit Dallas Museum opened their newest art exhibition, David Bates & Texas Artists on, Thursday, September 22nd. The exhibition features the acquisition of David Bates, Man with Gold...
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” In this proverb, Edgar Degas, a famous 18th century French artist, explains that the true beauty of art is found not in the visual appeal of a work, but rather in the messages it conveys or in the revelations it elicits. Art uniquely affects each individual who views...
On Thursday March 23, 2017, The Jesuit Dallas Museum hosted its very first Disney-themed art exhibition, located in the traditional library. The exhibition includes art from classic Disney films such as Pinocchio, Peter Pan, and Snow White, all loaned from collector Barbara Hartger. The exhibition's opening night was a major success, catering to both adults who grew up watching the films as...
A prominent artist in the Dallas Jesuit community and just a senior, Charlie Turano has unveiled his latest work, titled “Rise.” Donated to the Community Service Department, this acrylic painting took Turano almost four months to carefully create, and is the first in the new direction that Turano plans on taking with his art. As the name suggests, this painting...
The morning ride to Jesuit often includes struggles to complete assignments, worry about a test or pondering interesting topics for lunch. But few students realize that their tuition at Jesuit not only includes a remarkable education, but also a free ticket to a treasured art collection throughout.  "The museum seems passive and part of the school," says The Roundup's Junior Editor...
Students at Jesuit choose to take one of four languages freshman year: Spanish, French, Mandarin, and Latin. Each course is unique, not only in content but also in how it shapes every student’s experience. Latin class, especially, has a particularly strong effect on its students because of the Junior Classical League, or JCL. Recently, a number of Jesuit Latin...
Take a second and imagine yourself walking to a Jesuit prayer service on Friday, walking with your group of tightly-knit friends, complaining about the impossible quiz you took yesterday. This regularly occurring event seems automatic as students and teachers walk to the Terry Center like a herd of sheep. On your left, facing the Terry Center, two large pieces...