Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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Being elected President of the United States is no small feat. Running to lead the most powerful country in the world puts candidates and their track records under the nation's scrutiny. Candidates spend years and hundreds of millions of dollars to keep their presidential hopes alive, often abandoning their values to amass funds and votes. Though an election of similar...
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....
Over the MLK holiday weekend, the Jesuit Competitive Shooting Team competed against fifteen other high school teams at Ellis County Sportsman Club for the January SCTP tournament. Most athletes shot both sporting clays and skeet; however, by no luck of their own, the team secured the very first and very last flight times of the day. Shooting at 8:00...
The food industry is arguably one of the hardest industries to sell a product. While the producer has to make sure the product is aesthetically appealing and cheap, they also must ensure the food tastes as good as it looks. Considering how picky most Americans are about their food, achieving both benchmarks can be incredibly difficult to pinpoint. One such...
On Monday, January 13, Robert Smith, MD, a cardiac surgeon, came to present to Jesuit's Medical Society to explain his path to becoming a successful cardiac surgeon. Dr. Smith is the Vice-Chair of Cardiac Surgery at Baylor Scott and White: The Heart Hospital Plano, where he focuses on the heart team approach to finding treatments of structural heart problems that limit...
To celebrate The Roundup’s 10th Anniversary as an online publication, we asked former writers and editors what they took away most from their time. In this video, former Editor-in-Chief Clark Durham ‘12, Staff Writer Nick Mersch ‘16, and Editor-in-Chief Robert Uhl ‘11 talk about some of their favorite aspects of the Roundup and how it has impacted their lives.
Source: https://www.beckgroup.com/projects/jesuit-athletic-center-addition-renovation/ The new faces of Jesuit Student council are here, read all about it! During the last week of October, the Freshman voted for its Student Council members. They will serve the remainder of this 2019-2020 academic year. The Freshman class elected Johnathan Risinger as President, Jose Alvarado as Vice-President, and Tejas Murugesh as Class Representative. Meet Johnathan Risinger '23 (President) Risinger...
One of the many benefits of joining the Jesuit Medical Society is access to the speaker meetings on Mondays. Jesuit Medical Society organizes and brings in doctors to speak to students about their profession. This allows students to learn about different specialties and fields of medicine. On Monday, November 18, David Godat, MD, came to speak to the Medical Society...

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