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16-year-old Alex Rivera stands aimlessly behind a small table on the front lawn of his suburban home. On his table rests a large pitcher of ice cold lemonade, under which a sign greets his neighbors with ‘Lemonade - 50¢.’ In his first hour of business, he has sold a staggering 2 cups of lemonade. He calculates that he needs...
They spent countless late nights practicing, tirelessly perfecting their tone, pitch, rhythm, articulations. They worked and worked, and on January 27, it all came together. On January 27, six Jesuit students performed at the Eisemann center as part of TPSMEA’s prestigious All-State Band. November 27 Application deadline. Each student recorded and submitted the two-state etudes. "I didn't feel too nervous because the...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr2KyRB8uiM For this episode of Food Adventures, Will, Noah and Jacob drive down to Austin, Texas for Texas Monthly's Barbecue Fest, an annual celebration of the best barbecue in the great state of Texas. Watch this special extended episode of Food Adventures as The Roundup gives you the $85 Barbecue Fest experience!
A bead of sweat dribbles down the bowler's chin, as he contemplates where he wants to aim his shot. He looks for his mark on the lane, then slowly moves forward, like a tiger preparing to strike. Letting the ball swing back, he aggressively slides forward and brings the ball all the way back. Lowering his shoulders, he lets...
Sweat drips down his face onto his cotton, blue jersey as he tunes out the crowd cheering him on. His eyes focusing on the basket as he rushes down court and lines up his shot. While the clock counted down to the last millisecond, the crowd went silent as he lined up his shot and took it. The ball...
The Chalk-Covered hands of rock-climber Nick Choy reach for the next hand hold. Using every last ounce of strength to beat the wall, he swings his leg upward to the foot space. With one powerful movement, he grabs the last grip, completing the wall. Freshman Nick Choy has been rock-climbing for about two years and isn’t stopping anytime soon. Around...
From October 22 to November 4, 11 students from Leo XIII, a Jesuit high school in Milan, Italy, stayed with 11 students from Jesuit Dallas. While they were here, they attended classes and experienced our city and our school through Ranger Day, the homecoming game against Lake Highlands, a Mavs game, and a tour of SMU. The Italians participating in...
  Photography by Katie Kinsley Intellectually Competent- One of the six profile items of a Jesuit graduate, and, many would argue, the most important of the six.  Jesuit is known for the incredible academics it provides, however, this academic dominance oftentimes is overshadowed by the success of sports and extracurricular activities that occupy a wide variety of Jesuit students’ time.  Two...

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