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Tapping his foot on the floor, Brandon Vergel ‘20 quickly reviews the points in his head. About to give a TED talk to hundreds of strangers, Brandon begins to calm himself down. When the announcer calls his name, he confidently walks on the stage, and delivers an amazing speech. This scene is what students in the TED-Ed club are working...
Jesuit Dallas Debate recently kicked off the 2018-2019 season with a series of stellar performances. The Rangers dominated at various early-season national tournaments, including Grapevine, St. Marks, and New Trier. Grapevine One of the very first tournaments of debate nationwide, the annual Grapevine tournament, always boasts an array of tough teams - mostly traveling from Texas and surrounding states. This year...
Turning the corner of the B hall, a shiny clear window perfectly portrays the polished awards and trophies, all lining up for the beholder to bear witness to. These trophies all belong to the debate team, and over the first semester, the Jesuit Debate Team traveled to various parts of the state and the country to compete against some of...
About a month and a half ago, The Roundup began to host a photo competition over the best photos on Student Life and Campus, both receiving the prize, a $10 Chick-Fil-A gift card. After judging all the submissions and many changes of heart over the winning pics, we finally made our decision. The results are in for The Roundup Photo...
Service. It's one of the biggest themes at Jesuit. From the required service for graduation, the service grant for paying tuition, to the Alumni Service Corps, Jesuit strives for great service to the public. For Juniors, who need to earn 40 hours by the end of the year, there are three national service clubs offered here at Jesuit; one is the...
Vote for Me! No, Vote for Me! It all started during 4th period, Town Hall, a way for students to inform themselves about who to vote for and why. This was the first time that Jesuit has done any sort of event like this. Mr. Howard and Mr. Amelotte  introduced the 11 candidates for the class of 2022:   Kyle Nolan...
Seeking new opportunities at Jesuit, many freshman want to diversify their leadership roles at Jesuit. One of the best ways to do this is to run for office in Student Council. Holding a Student Council position both increases the confidence and leadership in a student, allowing them to represent their peers to the administration. This year's first round of Student...

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