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“Did you see that dunk?” “He’s going to Michigan State!” If you go to school at Jesuit, you’ve heard people in the hallways talking about him. The one and only: Julius Marble. The 6’8 center for the basketball team is unstoppable. Dunk after dunk after dunk with a mix of three-pointers in there as well. Fortunately, the Michigan State...
This April, our juniors ventured out once again to Camp Copus to take on a landmark occasion of the Jesuit experience: the junior retreat. Focused on preparing for senior year, the retreat provided a good opportunity to strengthen brotherly bonds and class-pride. Magnificent Morning To begin the morning, small groups participated in some ice-breaking games to encourage an open mind for...
Avengers Endgame, Game of Thrones, and Ben Shapiro thug life compilations. None of these had more shocking, brutal, and entertaining twists than the Jesuit Chess Open last Friday. Many new faces appeared at the tournament including chess expert James from Cistercian and the Roundup's very own Emmet Halm. Veterans of past tournaments were also in attendance such as the right...
   “Winning is not a sometime thing; it’s an all time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. Winning is habit.” -Vince Lombardi First, the Rangers faced off with the Quin Colts on Saturday, March 2nd in an exciting match that ended with a...
The mainstream media generally fails to serve justice on behalf of police officers. The few times the police do make headlines, it often involves the media shedding a negative light on their work protecting and serving the American people. The Roundup, however, maintains its integrity and honors the men and women across the country working to preserve domestic tranquility. One...
Can poetry matter? It depends on who you ask. While the English department would respond with a resounding yes, Jesuit's student body might take an opposing stance. If you ask renowned American poet Dana Gioia, he will respond with a provocative essay dubbed “undoubtedly one of the most important American books of poetry criticism of the last 50 years."...
On May 4, 2019, the city of Dallas will hold its municipal elections, in which voters will elect members of the 14-person City Council as well as the Mayor. Incumbent Mayor Mike Rawlings is not running for a third term, and the race to succeed him is shaping up to be a contentious and competitive one. In total, eight...
Walking into the theater after being handed a playbill and sitting with your friends in the seats. You begin to discuss the show you are about to witness when the clock strikes 8:00, the lights go out, and a burglar walks out onto the stage. This might sound like I’m describing my viewing of the latest Broadway hit, but it’s...

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