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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...
Have you ever dreamed of assisting biomedical professionals conduct research in a lab? Have you ever wanted to test the waters of your future careers by helping real doctors perform vital tasks? This summer, three lucky Jesuit students will be able to live that dream through the UT Southwestern STARS summer research program. On Thursday, March 27, UT Southwestern accepted...
With the upcoming Freshmen Class President election next Tuesday, November 7, The Roundup collaborated with the Student Council to bring you the 10 Freshmen Class President candidate speeches. We hope that this will help you make a more informed decision. Voting ballots will be outside of the cafeteria and only for the freshmen. See you there! The 2021 Candidates: Benton Bacile Graham...
High schoolers performing cutting edge research… WHAT?!? It might sound crazy, but that’s just what rising seniors Peter Hundley, Jackson Petroll, Connor Thomas, and Nicholas Wilson did over the summer. UT Southwestern’s STARS program brought over 50 metroplex high schoolers together for an eight week paid research program. “Rising Seniors apply to the program during their Junior year,” began Mrs. Boyle. “The...
“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...
After attending a mere two entrepreneurship meetings, Alex Rivera ‘20 decided he knew enough about business to make it big in the real world. He dropped out of Jesuit and decided to take his lemonade stand to the next level. A week later, he was $324 in debt with his mother and struggling to stay afloat in the cut-throat...

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