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The Chalk-Covered hands of rock-climber Nick Choy reach for the next hand hold. Using every last ounce of strength to beat the wall, he swings his leg upward to the foot space. With one powerful movement, he grabs the last grip, completing the wall. Freshman Nick Choy has been rock-climbing for about two years and isn’t stopping anytime soon. Around...
Both Mr. Perry and Dr. Reimer have been working hard to change Jesuit's community service structure, making it easier for students to log and approve hours. The Roundup interviewed Mr. Perry and Dr. Reimer about the new changes and future plans for Jesuit's community service. Have there been any changes to community service so far? Perry: "Yes, this has been a...
For many sports, a state championship has the most talented people that your state has to offer face off against one another. But does it really? The sport is divided into men’s and women’s teams then even further by conference (i.e. 6A, 3A, or what have you) so you’d compete against the best teams in your gender and conference,...
This fall, the Jesuit Robotics Club built a t-shirt canon that they debuted at Ranger Day before putting it in action at the Homecoming football game and the bi-district playoff game. The robotics club excited the Ranger Day crowd on the canon’s maiden run. After some air pressure misjudgments caused a couple of t-shirts to land in the river behind...
Latin, French and Spanish have been the only language courses offered at Jesuit for over twenty years. Fortunately, for many incoming freshmen, there will be a new language course added, Mandarin Chinese. As early as last year, the heads of the Language Department, Mr. Seth Waits and Ms. Jody Klickman started discussing adding Mandarin, and this fall that will become...
Your first day of school is always hectic; it's a foregone conclusion. That's why Jesuit implements orientation before school starts so the students can ease their nerves before a great year at this great school. Accommodating the new faculty as well as students, Jesuit not only has a pre-beginning of school orientation for students, but also has one for the new...
There were 359 total votes, but 8 of them were voided. 38% of the Freshmen voted. 36% of the Sophomores voted. 56% of the Juniors voted. 43% of all the Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors voted. Individual Results Candidates for Student Body President Number of Votes Received Percentage of Votes Received Tim Nguyen and Chris Wallace 233 66.4% Patrick Chester and Anthony Catalano 118 33.6%   Gabriel Fuentes

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