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Every year, The Dallas Morning News hosts a High School Journalism Day. Among the activities at Journalism Day, an award ceremony rewards the top high school reporters, photographers, and filmmakers from across the DFW metroplex. Last year, Jesuit writers took home several DMN awards, including Best Video and Best Editorial. This year, The Roundup staff have three finalists: Best Website,...
A day when departed souls are said to return to earth, the Day of the Dead is a truly mystical holiday. Family members and friends, anticipating the return of the deceased, place out things such as flowers, food, and drinks to make their ancestors comfortable when they arrive. Also, the family members construct altars to honor these passing spirits, typically...
The game begins. Jesuit's robot is racing around the court, collecting balls and launching them into the overhead goal. Until disaster strikes, disaster for the other teams at least. The Jesuiot Robot and another team's robot collide, and the other team's robot is flipped over, lying helpless on the ground. Only a little bit later, the Jesuit robot collides...
  The debate team of seniors Ryan Gorman and Sullivan McCormick earned fifth place honors this past weekend at the Grapevine Invitational.  Almost eighty teams from eight states competed in the tournament including teams from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Hampshire, California, Utah, and Nevada. Gorman and McCormick finished the preliminary rounds with a 4-1 record with wins over teams from The Law...
"Debate on Draft Resolution 1.3 is now closed. We will now enter voting procedure. Nobody may enter the room, and nobody may leave. Runners, please bar the door. No talking, no passing notes. " While this may seem to be another step in stodgy bureaucracy, it is actually the culmination of several hours of debate, discussion, and compromise. Eight hours earlier,...
The students eagerly waited in their seats, surrounding a large brown podium. The room chattered with anticipation as the young men stared at the door, waiting for the man of the hour to walk through. Suddenly, the room goes quiet as the speaker enters the room, climbing the steps up to the podium, receiving a warm applause from the...
Putting the finishing touches on their electronic marvels, the students prepare to maneuver their Lego robot onto the playing field and through the obstacles. Having prepared 8 weeks for this notorious competition, students from many schools come together as a group to outplay and outperform their competitors. Judged by their Robot Design, Robot Performance, Project, and Core Values, the students...
In thrilling fashion, the storied Jesuit Debate program added yet another trophy to its mantle Saturday. On Saturday, March 12, Jesuit seniors Ryan Gorman and Sullivan McCormick swept the State Debate Championship to win an unprecedented second straight state title. In doing so, the tandem became only the third team in Texas Forensic Association history to lock up back-to-back...

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