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Jason Davis '21, Managing Editor

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Rags-to-riches story right here. Simple as that. Dartmouth College '25
At a competitive private school like Jesuit, academics are essentially everything. It's a place that is designed to instill its students with principles that guide the next generation of leaders into performing at a high-level. With academics like no other, you wouldn't be surprised to see a Jesuit student recognized for his educational achievements. Jesuit changed things up a little...
Carter Williams was named Ranger of the Week after a great start to his senior year in which he has excelled as a leader on the yearbook staff while helping the cross country team to a third-place finish in its first race of the 2020 season. Among the top of the class academically and a natural leader of his peers,...
Carson has embraced his role as a leader at Jesuit. He is a senior service site ambassador working at Chance’s Pie Shop, freshman big brother, freshman retreat leader, and member of the Spanish Honor Society. Carson, who volunteered to help with new teacher orientation and is very active in scouting, he spent the past two weekends volunteering to help...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUFPRYcgY8U The Roundup hosted a virtual conversation with Jesuit President Michael Earsing and Principal Tom Garrison over the summer on June 24, 2020 to discuss expectations for the upcoming school year. 3 months later, Jesuit is now in school with its hybrid system. To take a look back about how Jesuit's expectations have changed with the coronavirus, I highly recommend...
Jesuit has just announced a significant change to the 2020-21 school year. In an email sent to Jesuit students and parents, Jesuit indicated its plan to in-person learning on Thursday Oct 8 after going into the hybrid model past Labor Day. "And while I am most grateful for our students, whose perseverance has enabled us to successfully manage a sophisticated,...
Diego Elizondo, a student leader in our Ignatian Service Corps, has devoted his summer to facilitating our new AIDS Services Supper Club Program. For example, his leadership in online orientations with students, meal kit assembly and communications with student meal teams have taught students to serve with empathy while bringing dignity and healing to the residence at Hillcrest House,...
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. Pop Smoke was an upcoming artist in the rap game, garnering potential and harvesting comparisons to 50 Cent and East Coast rappers. I spent this summer listening to his newest...
“This country will not be a good place for any of us to live in unless we make it a good place for all of us to live in." -Theodore Roosevelt, Former President of the United States This year, The Roundup will be starting a new series to document the service sites of the seniors by conducting audio interviews with...

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