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Profiles of Members of the Jesuit Community

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...
Homecoming at Jesuit is more than just pep rallies, streamers, and student dances. Fitting for a school with such fervent alumni pride, Jesuit homecoming is a community event that draws thousands of former Rangers out of the woodwork to celebrate the school they love. To cap off the week of homecoming, Jesuit College Preparatory School’s alumni association honored attorney...
This year, Jesuit alum Jordan Spieth, ’11, attained one of the highest honors an amateur golfer can earn when he was selected to play in the Walker Cup. In Aberdeen, Scotland, Spieth represented the United States in the tournament, which pits the top ten male amateur golfers from the US against their counterparts from Great Britain and Ireland. The Walker...
This week, amidst the fervor of semester finals, graduation, and another round of construction, a giant leaves Jesuit College Preparatory School. Reverend Philip S. Postell, S.J., will be leaving the Jesuit community this week after 19 illustrious years as the widely loved president of Jesuit Dallas; Father Postell will join the team at Brophy College Preparatory School in Phoenix, Arizona...
On Wednesday, March 19, 2003, George W. Bush marched into the White House Situation Room, a lynchpin of governmental communication and intelligence. As the faces of senior White House deputies and military commanders in the Middle East flashed across a video screen, the forty-third President of the United States began to ask some final questions about the proposed strategy of...
On the first day back of second semester in 2011, Mr. Max von Schlehenried arrived to take over from a teacher who left after first semester. Even though he taught physics, Mr. von Schlehenried has another profession which he has been practicing his whole life: musical compositions. While practicing piano when he was 12 years old, Mr. von Schlehenried found an interest...
At 3:30 PM on Thursday, March 10, 2011, the Jesuit faculty met in Hughes Hall for an important announcement. As teachers processed in, the hall was abuzz with anticipation of the announcement of the new principal from Jesuit’s current principal and incoming president, Mr. Michael Earsing. Teachers hung on Mr. Earsing’s every word as he thanked the principal search committee for their...
On the first day of school, 2011, Brooks Oliver walked through the doors and prepared for his classes. This man, however, was no longer a student at Jesuit. He was one of the newest additions to Jesuit’s Alumni Service Corps, a program started two years ago. But teaching wasn’t his only contribution that he brought back to Jesuit. Having graduated in...

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