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With posters hanging in every hallway, the freshmen student council election was on everyone's minds. This first student council election plants the foundation for ongoing student representation, and although it isn't set in stone, the victors generally return to a position of leadership in the following years. Consisting of a strong group of freshmen candidates,this years election included freshman Sam...
After all the upsets of this year’s March Madness Tournament it should come as no surprise that a freshman would come away with the 1st Annual Roundup Bracket Challenge title. John Turner is this year’s champion after correctly picking UCONN to win it all. Turner beat fellow freshman Andrew Pott by 50 points even after correctly picking only one...
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...
For most Jesuit athletes, the summer is a time to relax and take a break from the stressful sports atmosphere while many teams have weightlifting and various trainings in the summer; it remains a nice break from the in-season rush of having to balance athletics with academics and all the other school year distractions. However, for some of Jesuit’s...
Every year The Roundup selects an Editor-in-Chief to help lead it throughout the next school year.  The application process includes several steps: a written portion, containing his goals for the next year and his qualifications for the job; an interview with the current chief and managing editor; an interview with the moderator; and finally the best candidate is chosen by the current...
Prom is a tradition unlike any other: young men clad in black tuxedos enter the large ballroom with their dates dressed in luxurious dresses.  A fancy meal is prepared and served to them, while later they dance the night away. Prom can be seen as the apex of a junior or senior’s year, and it provides a way to...
Intricate snowflakes lined the garnished hallways of Jesuit, with the reverberations of melodious tunes ringing throughout the night. Lights of all colors shone bright both on the outside of the school, and on the convivial dance floor. Diverse in many ways, Jesuit, Ursuline, and Notre Dame School students came together to enjoy a night full of refreshing treats, uncontrollable...
This past September, nine Jesuit seniors—Michael Artigues, Will Brown, Ben Carver, Cole Fincher, Ivan Gan, Aidan Johnston, Matt Tulli, Jason Uy, and Oliver Valenti—were honored as semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program, one of the most prestigious high school awards in the nation. The award, given by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), has been given to high-achieving...

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