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An attentive room, full of both students and parents, has many students each glancing for their own names out of the full list for class of 2019. Most masses are not the high point of these students' everyday lives, but these juniors cannot wait to gain their senior crosses, a symbol of their future leadership roles at the school...
  An alumni of Jesuit, Mr. Ornelas is a very prominent member in our Jesuit society. Not only as a sophomore counselor, but also as a leader in the arrival of Jesuit's up and coming cultural committee for both parents and students.  Mr. Ornelas is also the current Director of Diversity. So, I was able to sit down with him and...
“The most profound thing about the Ignatian day is most likely just better understanding the process of addiction and how it works.” “Presented with the destruction that addiction can cause, it gives you a whole lot of perspective on the whole issue.” On February 28th, the student body of Jesuit completed this year’s 3rd I-day, which was about the physical, emotional, and...
Wi-Fi has been a great source of frustration for all Jesuit students. Luckily, things are about to change! Interested in why it was slow? Want to know what's going to improve? Read more for Wi-Fi infomation from an exclusive The Roundup interview with the IT department. Signal issues Our current Cisco system is over 7 years old. Not only did it break easily,...
Many compare a child to a fresh slab of clay: both are easily molded by external factors. Among these influences, the fathers hold one of the most significant roles in the lives of their children. Fathers not only serve the purpose of making horrible jokes but also function as role models for their sons and daughters. They teach their children...
Normally you would expect to see the senior courtyard filled with students lounging on the grass or throwing Frisbees. Conversations would fill the area with laughter. People would be bustling through as a shortcut to get food from the cafeteria. Groups would be gathered around the blue tables for lunch, and afterwards a game of competitive "soccer tennis" might...
Thursday marked the opening of the first-ever Bountiful Scholars Tournament, sponsored by The Roundup. According to the advertisement that was sent out for the tournament earlier this semester, "the tournament seeks to showcase the wit and literary interpretative powers of the contestants." For this first round, scholars must analyze Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham" and debate its meaning in...
It's a cold Friday in January, and Jesuit is on morning liturgy order. In the Terry Center, a special guest is presiding over mass and finishing up the day's gospel, the story of the paralytic whose friends lowered him through a roof to be healed by Jesus. The last time he was here, back in 2015, he had simply walked...

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