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This weekend, January 21-24, 2012, the Pro-Life Club will take a pilgrimage to Washington, D.C., to participate in the annual Pro-Life March.  The Pro-life March is actually a series of marches that takes place all over the U. S. The main march is located in the nation's capital and is set to take place on January 21. The event...
On Thursday, January 12, 2012, Jesuit students filed in to the Terry Center throughout the day to participate in discussions on the topic of human rights at this year’s Issues Day. Issues Day is an annual event put on every January by the Jesuit social studies department. The event’s purpose is to educate students about current events on a...
Every year, the junior class participates in a class-wide service project that aims to “bring Christmas” to over 100 under-privileged kids.  The project, led by counselor Paul McDaniel and the Jesuit organization PALS (Peer Assistance and Leadership), requires that students bring in gifts to be donated to underprivileged children. In the program, two juniors are paired to bring gifts for...
On October 16, 2011, a dedication took place in Washington D.C. for the memorial of the most important civil rights leader in our nation’s history, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  King led much of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and 1960s, beginning with his involvement in the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955. Dr. King’s birthday, which is celebrated...
On January 6 and 7, 2012, Jesuit Debate sent two teams to compete in the Plano East debate tournament. The first team, made up of James Mantil ’12 and Ryan Tan ’13, came into the tournament with zero state points out of the 10 needed to qualify for the state tournament. The other team, consisting of James Ferrara ’14...
Earlier this year, three seniors who wanted to make a difference in the Jesuit community approached Coach Andrew Civello, assistant golf and tennis coach as well as freshman health educator, to moderate their Anglers’ Club, which is dedicated to learning to fish and appreciating the fishing experience. Elated by the opportunity, Coach Civello recognized that “the Jesuit seniors are taking...
“Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen...that's it,”  Junior Andrew Frank muttered, counting the number of bags of trash he and the rest of the For the Love of the Lake Club (FTLOTL) had pulled from the lake that day. Cole Fincher '13, who shares the duties of club president with Frank, proudly took in the club’s work that day at White Rock...
The average Jesuit student writes three to four research papers in his career, with each paper taking around a week of solid work. Junior Payton Maher’s series on Jesuit integration in the 1950’s, written exclusively for The Roundup, entailed a much deeper and more comprehensive research process than a garden-variety research paper. So comprehensive is his work, in fact, that...

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