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Assisted by Brendan Shorey From Snapchat to Facebook, over 2.89 BILLION people are on social media. These platforms connect over 39 percent of the world population. At Jesuit, the student body has differing opinions when it comes to these platforms, specifically whether they are beneficial or detrimental. We asked a student from each grade and one staff member about their views...
The fourth week of the NFL season has come upon us. If you want a recap of last week, well, take a look at my previous article. Now, on to Week 4! Eagles Looking Good Despite Banged-Up Roster In my last article, going over Week 3, I said that the Philadelphia Eagles were not as good as the media had hyped...
Starting the season out 3-0, the Cowboys were playing some very solid football as they breezed through all their first opponents. However, after finally playing a more respectable team, the boys took their first lost of the year in a tight, defensive battle. Limited Offense The Cowboys faced a solid Saints' defense, which mostly prevented any big plays from the Cowboys'...
Over the summer, Sony and Marvel Studios announced that they would no longer work together due to bargaining disagreements. This was unfortunate to hear, as Spider-Man is a fan favorite in the MCU. Additionally, his story left us on a cliffhanger with the conclusion of Spider-Man: Far From Home. Despite the uproar from the fans, both sides seemed adamant that...
  NBC's The Office has proven itself to be one of the best shows in modern television. With its end date on Netflix recently being announced, I have decided to rank the top 10 characters of the show. Also, SPOILER WARNING, if you have not already watched the show, do not continue reading this article. 10. Erin Hannon Starting off this list is...
Democracy vs. Democratic Is Iran a Democracy? It seems like a straightforward question, yes or no. A democracy is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives. Is North Korea a democracy? No, one unelected man has total power. Voters vote for who they want to lead. For...
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...
A product of our increasingly interconnected world, Celeste was created by Canadian Matt Thorson and his team in Vancouver, featuring Brazilian studio MiniBoss’s crafted art and Seattle’s Lena Raine’s new soundtrack. Celeste’s plot is equally universal: Madeline, the game’s protagonist, attempts to climb Mount Celeste, encountering both obstacles and pleasant surprises along the way. However, Madeline suffers from anxiety and...

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