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Many know him as a coach, others as a teacher, and few as a father. With the start of this new school year, Mr. Chris Knight has also added deacon to his repertoire. Who would’ve thought that one of our own teachers would become a part of the clergy in the Catholic Church? Mr. Knight was ordained a deacon...
This Saturday, December 3, 2011, The Roundup staff will take a trip to St. Louis to learn more about Jesuit’s role in integration history.  Payton Maher ’13, aided by English teachers Sheryl Row and Michael Degen, government teacher Fritz Asche and senior editor Clark Durham ’12, will be interviewing Charles Edmond, one of the two first black students at...
On Sunday, April 6, five teachers, English teacher Mrs. Mary Beth Farrell, math teacher Ms. Patricia Watson, science teacher Dr. Sarah Smith, Campus Ministry director and math teacher Mrs. Gretchen Crowder, and computer science teacher Mr. Matt Trost '95 attempted an impressive feat, running a half-marathon at the Big D Texas Marathon. The half-marathon started in Fair Park, running through several streets in...
A prominent artist in the Dallas Jesuit community and just a senior, Charlie Turano has unveiled his latest work, titled “Rise.” Donated to the Community Service Department, this acrylic painting took Turano almost four months to carefully create, and is the first in the new direction that Turano plans on taking with his art. As the name suggests, this painting...
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...
Parents everywhere perhaps caution their kids from pursuing English degrees. Common criticisms include, "It's just not practical" or "It's a waste of money" or "It'll land you a job at the Wendy's down the street." Jesuit alumnus Jeffrey Miller defies this perception. An English major himself, Miller recently won the $625,000 MacArthur 'Genius' Grant this past Wednesday, September 25, 2019. About...
Service is the quintessential aspect of a Jesuit education. Many clubs and organizations at Jesuit are solely dedicated to service. Seniors are even excused from most classes one day each week to serve others. While service is a requirement at Jesuit, this key element can unfortunately be ignored after graduation. Some Jesuit alumni, however, still manage to continue to serve...

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