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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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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...
Last Sunday, January 23, Jesuit students squared off in the first day of the 2011 JBA season. With ten teams playing and three hours allotted for games, athletes from all teams left the gym exhausted.  This year features a couple new fixtures atop the leader board, with a surprisingly strong performance from the BC. With two former Jesuit basketball players...
Founded by Dennis Kamara '13, Brothers for Others is unlike any other club at Jesuit. Created with the intent of helping children with Down syndrome and autism, rooted in Dennis' own experience with a Down syndrome younger brother, the club has a foundation in deep compassion and understanding. Now that the founder has graduated, Brothers for Others looks forward to...
In schools across the country, budget cuts and the march of time have pushed the Latin language out of curriculums. Even in schools with classic language programs, students shy away from studying Latin in favor of Spanish, French, Mandarin, et al. But despite, or perhaps because of, its general drop in popularity, the Latin language can claim the distinction of...
An old group with a new spin, the Jesuit Anglers Club resurfaces as a main attraction among the vast sea of clubs and organizations already floating around Jesuit. After two years of laying dormant, with the help of recently elected club moderator, Andy Civello, Michael Wischmeyer '16 and Noah Patton '16 initiated the revival of the long lost club....
Medical Society. It’s one of those clubs that every Jesuit student has heard about. Whether it be the desire to become a doctor, or just curiosity about living things, the Medical Society has attracted a number of students and is one of Jesuit’s biggest, most prestigious extracurricular activities. But, what has Medical Society been up to this semester? Traditionally, freshmen...
This past year, the Jesuit Debate Team has seen its share of successes and downfalls. Despite having a "rough" experience, as coach Dr. Tracy McFarland says, at the National Debate Coaches Association Tournament, this young team is looking forward to next year's debate season. Coaching a team with only three graduating seniors this year, Dr. McFarland expressed her optimism for...
The 24th annual Dallas Morning News High School Journalism Day and Competition was held this last Thursday, March 26. The competition boasted hundreds of impressive young writers and high schools which all deserved to be recognized. The finalists from Jesuit were Michael Lanham ’15 for his piece “Earsing Completes Ice Bucket Challenge, Inspired by Father Fitzgerald, S.J.” in the Best...

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