Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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On March 11, 2021, Jesuit students were instructed to access the Student Council Election Portal, read the candidates' statements, and vote for the best officers. The next morning, during the morning announcements, Mr. Wallace revealed the winners of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior student council spots.Here is a recap of all the winners, along with brief statements on their...
“1AC, 1NC, 2AC, 2NC.” “Income Inequality is on the rise and no one seems to notice or care.” We have all heard these phrases in our Freshman Rhetoric & Civics class. However, our nationally recognized Jesuit Debate Team takes debating to a whole other level and continues to impress us with seemingly endless success. Below is a recap of...
A panel of judges curiously observes the inner makings of a robot, reviewing the 3d models of the parts and the physical implementation of those simulated models. This was the FIRST Robotics Competition, where judges reviewed these robots. Date This period of judges watching and taking notes on the robots occurred on Saturday 6th, a week before Spring Break started. However,...
A big goal of The Roundup is to increase communication between the student and the administration. With this goal in mind and with the intention of sparking conversation concerning important social issues, Mr. Garrison and I sat down on February 2nd to discuss the beginning of the second semester, social justice topics, and the future of Jesuit in light...
With student body elections right around the corner, each candidate on the election ticket composed an introduction about who they are and what they plan to do. Student Body elections will be held on Tuesday March 2, 2021. Elections will run from the start of class to the dismissal bell on that given day. The election will be located...
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...

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