Monday, November 23, 2020

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For natives of the 21st century, the milieu of the 1950’s likely seems strange and foreign. The fastest car of the day, the Ford Thunderbird, hit maximum speeds of 75 miles per hour, low-speed by today’s standards; drivers paid a tantalizingly low 18 cents for a gallon of gasoline; and, probably most shocking of all to a present-day observer,...
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...
Jesuit’s history is present, even 67 years later. I stood resolute. Glaring at the menu board at the Wendy’s on Greenville.  I tried deciding between the triple or double baconator. An amicable comment about my shirt roused me from my beef-induced reverie. “That’s quite a billboard you’ve got on that shirt,” an older, slightly bent but kindly gentleman remarked. “Thanks… I...

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