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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Tabletop games are not your traditional board games, such as checkers, Monopoly, and Candy Land; they include games such as Munchkin, Magic, War Hammer, and War Machine, which allow for more unique experiences, like painting your own figurine, adding more depth to the game itself. Jesuit's new Tabletop Club allows for students who have an interest or desire to learn...
At graduation, one should expect to be at least 18 - seems reasonable. Upon graduation from college, one can expect to be at least 22 - so far so good. However, if perhaps, an oracle told you that you will have created and sold your first business and moved into the realm of investing in other companies by the ripe...
The boxer crawls onto the mat; through the taut ropes surrounding the mat he goes, preparing himself for the duel. His pair of gloves affixed to his hands, his eyes locked on those of his opponent, menacingly glaring across the mat, he readies for the ensuing spar. The verbal spar, that is.   On October 12, 2013, a trio of Jesuit’s...
With an the success of last year's team, the stakes could not be higher for the FRC robotics team this upcoming season. In order to be as successful as possible, the team rigorously prepares and plans because with a competition deadline quickly approaching, time is critical. Midway through winter break, before they could begin building, the team went to Texas...
200 starry-eyed middle schoolers from all over Dallas step onto the blessed 28 acres for the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance workshop on Saturday, October 10th. These students came along with 50 freshman debaters from all around Texas who came for a debate scrimmage, held in the afternoon by our debate team and staff. Excited to be in their...
To engage or not to engage? That is the question.   Via a poll recently posted on our site, we, “The Roundup” staff, relayed to you, the student body, a question posed to debaters across the country: whether or not the United States should economically engage Mexico, Cuba, and Venezuela. And your voice has been heard- loudly and clearly, at that!...
Traveling on a Saturday morning, the students focused on staying awake and concentrating on the upcoming tournament. The darkness of the morning surrounded them, moving swiftly to get to Oklahoma to win the next tournament. On February 1, 2020, juniors Jack Martin '21, Drew Campbell '21, Alejandro Meneses-Fish '21, Emilio Rodriguez '21 along with senior Trevlan MacGregor '20 and Mr....
Interested in becoming a doctor or learning more about medicine? As Jesuit Medical Society starts off a brand new 2019 year, one of the many exciting opportunities for juniors such as Marco Orendain '20, Jack Corrales '20, and Will Nickols '20 is clinical rotations. Once every two weeks on Wednesday, they head to the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital to shadow and...

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