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Authors Articles by Dylan Dotter ’14

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.
Have you ever walked by the small gym at Jesuit on Friday and seen people smashing into each other and hurling a small soccer ball?Well if you have, then you have seen the new Handball Club, which was founded earlier this year by Thomas Salyer ’14 and Seth Sebastian ’14. It originated after Salyer “watched it on television during...
It’s that time of year again, when eighth graders from schools around the metroplex roam the halls of Jesuit in search of what it has to offer them.  Eighth graders enter through the double doors of Jesuit, bursting with excitement, usually trying to make a decision on where they want to attend high school next year or wanting a...
Following the triumphant win over Strake Jesuit, Head Football Coach Brandon Hickman was bestowed the honor of being named Coach of the Week by maxpreps.com. To kick off his second season as Head Football Coach, Coach Hickman has lead the Jesuit Rangers to 3-1 start, with convincing wins over Loyola Academy, Fossil Ridge, and Strake Jesuit, and Richardson Berkner...
This Thursday night, September 20, 2012, father-son duos from Jesuit will attend the highly anticipated Father-Son Poker Night. The annual Father-Son Poker Night is held in September each year to give fathers and sons a chance to bond with each other, as well as with other father-son pairs, while having the opportunity to win prizes, raise money for Jesuit,...
I awoke to my arm burning just as it had done the entire night before, due to the constant sting of the terrible, yet small beast they call the jellyfish. Let me explain how I ended up with this undesirable sensation. I recently embarked on a one week trip to the British Virgin Islands with my classmates for the...
Last week juniors embarked on the first ever junior service day designed to give juniors a chance to experience Catholic social justice and the future senior service days.On junior service day, students dispersed all over Dallas, serving at various Catholic elementary schools, nursing homes, food kitchens, and homeless shelters.Payton Maher ’13 worked at AIDS Resources where he helped prepare...
On March 29, Jesuit’s varsity rugby team destroyed the Allen Eagles, 87 – 0, on the Rangers’ senior night. The win gave Jesuit a 4-1 record in the North Division of Texas’ Single-School League.Julian Fragoso ’12 led the team in scoring with four tries, and nine players notched at least one try. Senior Chris Steiner, an emotional leader on...
Once a year, math classes from Algebra 1 to Honors Calculus file into the Terry Center to observe the wonder that is Pi Day. Pi Day is held once a year, as close to March 14 as scheduling allows, to demonstrate how math can be used in everyday life and in careers.All of Jesuit’s math teachers pitch in to...

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