Sunday, September 19, 2021

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Authors Articles by Blake Woodard '22, Editor-in-Chief

Blake Woodard '22, Editor-in-Chief

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In my free time I like to watch movies and play tennis. I play for Jesuit’s tennis team, and like writing for The Roundup.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35BFAhqLU4Y Twenty years ago, a terrorist attack on US soil changed the nation forever. Two Jesuit faculty members, Mr. Hanley and Aquino, told their personal stories about the devastating event.
Community is a major part of what defines Jesuit Dallas. Whether it be through discussion of film and television or philosophical thought in the classroom, Jesuit always strives to be a welcoming and comforting place for all. At the start of a new school year, I decided to interview Mr. Ellis, one of the newest members of the theology department. So...
Community is a major part of what defines Jesuit Dallas. Whether it be at football games, school dances, or in the classroom, Jesuit always strives to be a welcoming and comforting place for all. At the start of a new school year, I decided to interview Ms. Simion, one of the newest members of the theology department. How did you end...
(*Note: The following article was written last May, but with some website issues it has not been published until now. However, hopefully, this will help students who are interested in theater to see what Jesuit's stage and film process is like.) With the oddities of the past year involving Covid, as well as the reconstruction of the theatre, Jesuit's Stage...
Last Thursday was The Roundup's annual banquet. The event celebrated the hardworking writing staff and the diligent faculty members that make this paper possible. The event acted as a reunion for some old staff members. Former Editor-in-Chief Trey Ashmore '20 gave a speech on how The Roundup improved his work ethic and writing. Robert Uhl '11, the first Editor-in-Chief, made...
With popular movies, games, and shows like Army of the Dead, Resident Evil, or The Walking Dead there is currently no shortage of zombie media in 2021. With such an over saturation, it is hard for a zombie film to be fresh and novel. This is where Train to Busan comes in and adds a fresh look on the zombie formula. Plot The...
Over this past season, Jesuit's Track and Field team has shown some of their best accomplishments in years. With so many wins and impressive athletic feats, Jesuit has had an incredible year. District 7-6A Championships Jesuit came out at this event with some amazing statistics. Junior Enrique Borrego dominated in three events. He won in the 800, 1600, and 3200-meter races. The...
Rob Lanier, the longest-serving member of the Jesuit faculty, passed away at the age of 78 from complications of Frontal Temporal Lobe Dementia. Lanier served as a faculty member who served for fifty years from 1965-2015. Mr. Lanier's Life at Jesuit Mr. Lanier was a native Texan who became a biology teacher shortly after his graduation from Stephen F Austin. Lanier...

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