Thursday, April 22, 2021

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Monitoring the Candlestick Charts, the Jesuit student eagerly awaits the perfect time to buy into the market. His lump sum of $1 million in fictitious cash ready to win him the competition. The Finance and Investing Club focuses on developing students' knowledge on key life skills in a fun and engaging way through stock market games and guest meetings. This...
Over the past week, Jesuit students have noticed yellow pins on their peer's blazers. Part of the newest organization at Jesuit named Hope Squad, the goal  is to increase the inclusion and connectedness of students. Furthermore, Hope Squad is a program implemented across the country. Currently, it is in 950+ schools and 30 states. Students in Hope Squad are...
As the crackling sounds of a saw fill the background, the robotics team members prepare for the challenges that lay ahead. The FRC (First Robotics Competition) team and the FTC (First Tech Challenge) prepare themselves to attend tournaments and win more competitions as a team. This competition requires intense preparation, and going from last semester and continuing into this...
What is investment banking? According to investopedia.com, an investment banker is “an individual who often works as part of a financial institution and is primarily concerned with raising capital for corporations, governments, or other entities." For years, Jesuit sends hundreds of students to college with hopes of making it to Wall Street. Despite so many young men pursuing a...
With many questions and uncertainties arising, the pandemic has created a confusing situation, with masks adding to that confusion. They cover up half of our faces, become filthy, and can be a discomfort. However, masks are now an important part of preventing the spread of COVID-19, and have become an everyday thing in our lives. I took a few minutes...
In the wake of the growing Coronavirus pandemic, we lost the opportunity to attend many precious events. Among the fallen was the 2019-2020 Roundup Banquet. The banquet, we usually announce the two Jesuit Seniors honored with the Durham Family award. This year took a slightly different route. On Monday, August 31, 2020, during The Roundup's weekly staff meeting, I had...
Article assisted by Blake Woodard '22, Associate Editor Does a dead language really benefit anyone in the 21st century? Ask any of Jesuit’s Latin students, and you will hear a resounding, “yes!” “How?” you might ask. The truth is, “Latin lives.”  “E Pluribus Unum” can be found on your dollar bills, and it means “Out of Many, One.” In Theology, we...
It’s a bittersweet May 15, 2020. My academic career at Jesuit has come to a close, barring AP exams next week. And now, planning end-of-the-year banquets and writing this article, my extracurricular career has begun to expire as well. This isn’t my last goodbye to the community, nor my last word as Editor of The Roundup, but it’s a...

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