Monday, November 23, 2020

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In the wake of the recent tornado, groups across the Dallas community have joined forces to help clear debris and restore all they can. Leading some of these efforts is Jesuit's Student Council. The Roundup interviewed student council Vice President Will Nickols '20 about their involvement in the relief effort. How is Jesuit stuco cooperating with and/or coordinating relief efforts in...
Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Dallas anymore. At least, it doesn't feel like Dallas after a tornado wrought havoc on the DFW metroplex this past Sunday, October 20. What Happened According to Fox 4 News, the National Weather Service has confirmed a total of nine tornadoes hit North Texas on Sunday evening. The tornadoes confirmed across the DFW Metroplex include: EF-3...
Caution: Spotify content may include explicit lyrics. The Roundup neither endorses nor promotes any of the songs in this article. Readers under the age of 18 must receive parents' permission before proceeding. As the summer music season comes to a close and the number of new music being put out starts to dwindle, one rapper has been on top of...
America's Team just won against the Houston Texans 34-0 in Week 3 of the NFL Preseason. While this result may seem meaningless, there are some important takeaways from the game that can translate into the regular season, with or without Zeke. Tony Pollard While 2016 first-round draft pick and 2-time rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott continues to sit out preseason games and...
Democratic Presidential Candidates The midterms are over, a new Congress has been elected with a Democratic majority in the House and a Republican majority in the Senate and all this happened close to the Kavanaugh confirmations which left a conservative majority in the Supreme Court. This leaves two-thirds of the government in the hands of the Republican party and while...
Going into Washington, I had high hopes for the Cowboys. Now, after this loss to Tennessee, things look desperate heading into Philadelphia this week. The Cowboys appear to be a sinking ship, but the question is "Can the ship be saved?" Play Calling The first issue, and probably the most obvious, is poor play calling. The Cowboys tend to continuously run...
The Catholic Church recognizes the rights and responsibilities of humans in civil society. This teaching, the third of 7, encompasses many ideals promoted in both American political parties. This teaching includes, but is not limited to, one’s right to shelter, work, conscience, public assistance in times of need, and access to health care. This teaching, codified in the...
  The second theme of Catholic Social Teaching is Call to Family, Community, and Participation.  Catholic Social Teaching teaches us that the institutions of the family and the community are vital to the health of society and the dignity of humans. The Church teaches that people have the right to participate in society, and seek the common good.  Subsequently, society...

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