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To celebrate The Roundup’s 10th Anniversary as an online publication, we asked former writers and editors what they took away most from their time. In this video, former Editor-in-Chief Clark Durham ‘12, Staff Writer Nick Mersch ‘16, and Editor-in-Chief Robert Uhl ‘11 talk about some of their favorite aspects of the Roundup and how it has impacted their lives.
With all the drama continuing to erupt around the upcoming Presidential election this coming November, it is important to remember that many Senators and all the members of the House of Representatives are also up for re-election. While the presidency catches the attention of most Americans as the most important office, the majority in both chambers of Congress can...
With political ads and memes everywhere, most Americans have some bearing on the 2020 presidential election. Fewer Americans, however, follow the important Congressional elections that will also take place in November, including those for all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 seats in the Senate. Republican Texas Senator John Cornyn is among those up for election. Senator...
I'm sure you've seen the large hole next to the parking lot. It's hard to miss with all the construction workers and equipment around. Rumors have been flying all around about this structure that will eventually become the new natatorium, and not much has been said on the matter. However, that changes today as The Roundup describes the plans...
An integral part of Mexican, Catholic culture, the Virgin of Guadalupe was the image that helped convert thousands of people to Catholicism after the Spaniards abused early Mexican civilizations. Today, the tilma where she appears has been studied by dozens to prove its divine nature. On Thursday, December 12, 2019, Spanish class attended a presentation about the story fo...
On Monday, no students were on the Jesuit campus. Most students slept in, got a late start, and then opened an email from Jesuit with that day's Ignatian Day link. That Friday, November 15, the office of Student Life, creators of the I-Day, upon a concluding prayer service for the I-Day over self-care. Preparing the Prayer Service Before the week of the...
A top-notch athlete has many different characteristics that drive his or her success on the field. Perseverance. Tenacity. Attention to detail. Drive. Character. These qualities take them above and beyond other athletes, allowing them to stand out in front of the crowd under great pressure. E.J. Smith is clearly the perfect example of a top-notch athlete, as shown through his...
Homecooking is a regular theme of the upcoming holidays. Whether it's your mother's favorite cinnamon roll recipe or your father's best stuffing, everyone loves a home-cooked meal. It is often the center of authentic cooking, as if Martha Stewart is inside your own home, combining spices and herbs to make that food just taste right. The Culinary Society had...

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