Monday, November 23, 2020

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Standing firm, dressed in white and gold in front of the hundreds of berserk Jesuit fans, the Jesuit male cheerleaders play one of the most significant, underlying roles not only in the life of football games but in their own squad too. Along with the video interviews of Senior male cheerleaders Andrew Arbour '14 and Antonio Gonzalez '14, current...
The 1947 season was the worst Jesuit ever played in its history, amounting to only two wins and four losses. Despite their new coach, Ed Maher, and various strategic implements, the Rangers would still require better forms of leadership, charisma, and passion before they could rise up and face their opponents on equal terms. 1948 proved to be a more...
On the opening night of the Winter One Acts, January 9th, an exhibit commemorating a legacy that dates back to the founding years of Jesuit Dallas will be unveiled. To be displayed outside the new Jesuit Theater box office, on the east side of the Lecture Hall, are six frames, each a snapshot of a decade of Jesuit Theater dating...
The average Jesuit student writes three to four research papers in his career, with each paper taking around a week of solid work. Junior Payton Maher’s series on Jesuit integration in the 1950’s, written exclusively for The Roundup, entailed a much deeper and more comprehensive research process than a garden-variety research paper. So comprehensive is his work, in fact, that...
Jesuit’s First Year of Football   The game of football has thrilled fans since the first game was played on November 6th in 1869. The game evolved and soon incorporated ideas such as the snap and even later the forward pass. In Texas, football holds a special place in everybody’s hearts, and whether it’s pee-wee, high-school, collegiate, or pro level, crowds seem...
When we last encountered the Rangers we found our team had established a name for themselves and proved to be a force worth reckoning with. As time progressed, players started to know one another and started to develop stronger bonds between each other. Leaders arose willing to take their teammates farther by pushing them harder. The coaching staff also...
This Saturday, December 3, 2011, The Roundup staff will take a trip to St. Louis to learn more about Jesuit’s role in integration history.  Payton Maher ’13, aided by English teachers Sheryl Row and Michael Degen, government teacher Fritz Asche and senior editor Clark Durham ’12, will be interviewing Charles Edmond, one of the two first black students at...
The first place ribbon your freshman homeroom won at Ranger Day. The homecoming garter you kept from your sophomore and junior homecoming dances. The smooth rock from your Senior Kairos retreat, symbolizing the steadfast foundation Jesuit has provided the past four years. The Letterman jacket proudly displaying all your proudest achievements on a simple blue and gold textile. These...

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