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Most people relax, go on vacation, or play video games over the summer. However, for the Jesuit All Sparks, it’s a different story. This summer, Jesuit’s robotics team has been hard at work competing in off-season events and coming up with ideas for next year’s robot. The team competed in two tournaments over the summer: the Texas Robot Invitational...
Dear Readers, “Why are you a journalist?” was the question of the hour at this year’s High School Journalism Day. Around 330 high schoolers had gathered in one of the ballrooms in the swanky new Statler Hotel downtown for the event. The Dallas Morning News was hosting us, and Grant Moise, The News’ publisher, was the speaker on stage who...
“All in favor say ‘Aye!’” screams TSJCL President Hunter. “Ayyeee!” roars the crowd. “All opposed say ‘nay!’” says the President. “Nayyyyy!” answers the same crowd. “Meeting... Adjourned.” As hundreds of Texas students rush out of the gym, it is safe to say the annual JCL state competition had begun. This two-day event included competitions that range in difficulty from Latin...
It’s April, and to the robotics team, that means it’s time for champs. On Wednesday, April 18, the team scrambled out of the bus and into the George R. Brown Convention Center for a week of excitement, competitiveness, and stress at the 2018 FIRST Houston Championship. What is the FIRST Championship? The enormous convention center was completely occupied by the FIRST...
  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...
In the weeks leading up to Jan. 23, tensions between The Roundup and the varsity football team were high. Twitter was ablaze. Everybody was talking about one thing, and one thing only: the 2018 Expository Bowl. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn_0AlzoVu0 But, the football team saw to it that the football game would not be played in January, orchestrating an influenza outbreak in order to...
Steak sizzling, cheese melting, mouths watering, it is just a typical meeting for the Jesuit Culinary Society. On February 20, 2018, the cooks-in-training met to make flank steak with chocolate cocoa and chili powder rub, complimented by Yukon Gold baked potatoes topped with bacon and melted cheese. Last Week's Catch “The steaks are pan seared for about ten to fifteen...
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...

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