Wednesday, October 28, 2020

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After the death of legendary Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, many have asked the question, "Who will replace her seat on the court?" While this question will certainly provoke political discourse and feud before the election, it is almost certain that with a Republican President and Republican majority, a nomination will be voted on in the Senate Chamber. In...
As I was looking for inspiration to draw, I drew random little lines in photoshop to see where it would take me. The first few strokes started to resemble a keyboard, so I went from there. Then this image popped into my head of the sonic waves forming into something physical. It snowballed from there until my eyes were graced...
Diego Elizondo, a student leader in our Ignatian Service Corps, has devoted his summer to facilitating our new AIDS Services Supper Club Program. For example, his leadership in online orientations with students, meal kit assembly and communications with student meal teams have taught students to serve with empathy while bringing dignity and healing to the residence at Hillcrest House,...
The Jesuit Roundup is pleased to announce the ongoing production of its first ever main-platform podcast The Jesuit Ranger Experience via Anchor. Currently available on 9 platforms including Google/Apple Podcasts and Spotify, The Roundup has been working to produce episodes for avid listeners to enjoy. Here are some of the episodes we have produced so far: Episode 1- Tips...
In recent weeks, dozens of wildfires have ignited across California, threatening to burn rural and suburban communities while covering cities in a smoggy haze. Record-breaking wildfires are occurring more and more often. On the 9th of September, the massive August Complex became the largest fire in the state's history. Summed together, they trump the ten biggest fires from the...
As a result of the dreadful coronavirus, many large gatherings have been canceled. One of Jesuit’s most prominent gatherings was its theatre. With lots of changes in place as a result of COVID-19, Jesuit’s Stage and Film department is going through a peculiar time. The coronavirus has halted our way of life, and, as a result, I asked Mr. Acevedo...
With many questions and uncertainties arising, the pandemic has created a confusing situation, with masks adding to that confusion. They cover up half of our faces, become filthy, and can be a discomfort. However, masks are now an important part of preventing the spread of COVID-19, and have become an everyday thing in our lives. I took a few minutes...
Having suffered through the COVID-caused movie drought of what appeared to be a promising summer season, DC fans and moviegoers around the world rejoiced upon the arrival of DC's virtual summer convention, DC FanDome. Because of the cancellation of the highly popular San Diego Comic-Con, DC held a virtual fan event on August 22nd. This 24-hour long event showcased...

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