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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...
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...
Gameplay images by Sergio Lopez-Elizondo '21 #1 in Racing on the App Store, the craze of Mario Kart Tour has swept Jez Nation, as hundreds of students are downloading it on their iPads and possibly, but not hopefully, playing it during class-time. As I am writing this at 8:50 P.M. on Wednesday, September 25, Nintendo, an hour ago, released its...
Welcome to the new school year, video game aficionados. Hopefully, you found some new titles over the summer and had the opportunity to revisit some old favorites. One of the games I replayed over the summer is Guacamelee!, and here’s my review of this unique little gem. A side-scrolling Metroidvania with a focus on large arena brawls and challenging platforming...
On Fridays, artists ranging in clout and genre drop their music for their audience’s listening pleasure. And while Spotify and Apple Music both have “New Music Friday” playlists, The Roundup doesn’t want the Jesuit community to have to sift through those playlists for songs that either bop or flop. This is the second installment of the New Music Friday series, featuring...
As Jesuit is making more technological innovations to accommodate a more modern future, they are getting rid of some of the older things such as Old Moodle. As I am writing this, incoming freshman and transfers, you may ask yourself, "There was another Moodle before this?" Short answer: Yes, there was, and there are many differences between the two...

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