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Dylan Dotter ’14

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Dylan Dotter is the Sports Editor of the Roundup, overseeing the sports content produced by the newspaper. Dylan enjoys digging deep into all types of pieces, ranging from profiles to events, to find the details that are not known by the everyday person. He receives a great deal of joy from providing the Jesuit community with information to be well informed and better equipped to navigate the world around them.
Before he was a Presidents Cup champion, before he was named Rookie of the Year, before he was ranked 20th in the world, before he was  the youngest PGA tour winner since 1931, before he turned professional at age 19, before he was a collegiate national champion, Jordan Spieth was a member of the 2011 class at Jesuit College...
As I sat down to take in my first viewing of the Jesuit Senior One Acts last Friday night, I was overcome with a sense of community. When I saw parents, friends, teachers, alumni (recent and not so recent) enter the Lecture Hall and interact with one another, it became extremely apparent that the theater participants, theater alumni, and...
Twice a year, beautiful masterpieces, ranging from black and white drawings to intricately decorated painted kites grace the halls of Jesuit College Prep. But what makes these pieces of art special is not their beauty, which they certainly possess; it is the fact that our fellow students created them.At the end of each semester, the art department displays the stunning creations of students who took part in the...
Last weekend, students, families, and refugees gathered in the gyms of Jesuit College Prep for the American African Outreach Society Basketball Tournament. Though the tournament allowed for all involved to play some good old fashioned basketball, it gave the people of the community an opportunity to do something more, help others.The AAOS has existed at Jesuit for three years...
Mr. Kevin Mullan, the unsung hero of Jesuit Dallas. Unknown by many students, Mullan has one of the most important jobs at Jesuit, Alumni Director. While Mullan brought his talents of fostering relationships between a school and its community, he also brought along something else, his gift of announcing and broadcasting.Mullan grew up in Toledo, Ohio, the son of...
The 2012-2013 Jesuit Rangers basketball regular season was a rollercoaster affair, containing hard fought wins and disappointing losses. The season began with 10 straight victories, including a 4 OT thriller versus state ranked North Crowley Panthers.However after Christmas break, the Rangers hit a snag dropping both games versus Richardson and a tough loss against Lake Highlands. Yet, the Jesuit...
Every year, a new class of seniors embarks on a series of retreats that are designed to allow students to enter a journey into the soul. The experience means to provide seniors a chance to find out God in their personal lives, as well as a reprieve from the daily grind and answer personal questions they may have as...
On January 10, Jesuit held its 31st Meintser Soccer Tournament. As usual, Jesuit rolled over the competition to kick off the 2013 season, while still honoring a Legend in soccer history. Every year Jesuit invites teams from around the metroplex to play in the Meintser Tournament which first started in 1982 to honor Henricus "Henk" Meintser. Henk Meintser was born...

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