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With the 1st semester coming to a close, I interviewed Dea Ochs with the Entrepreneurship Club to get an idea of what they have accomplished so far. Here is what she had to say.   What has the Jesuit Dallas Entrepreneurship Club accomplished so far this year? "Honestly, the Entrepreneurship Club lost most of its active members when the Class of 2020...
What Happened in Houston? Over the weekend of November 6th, Astro World Fest, an awaited event by thousands of people expected to be a sell-out show. It turned out to be a tragedy of terror, devastating the Houston community and the country. But due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the safety of people's health with the right capacity, this event...
Every Tuesday after school, members of Jesuit’s Car Club travel to the ASC house and work on various automotive projects from 4:00 to 5:45. One-off projects may range from personal car inspections to the repair of a donated BMW, but the club’s main and ongoing project has been the assembly of a Factory Five Type 65 Coupe. As the...
While working on the film Rust, in New Mexico, Alec Baldwin accidentally fired a gun, killing one and wounding another. Supposedly, Alec was practicing drawing his gun and was told the gun was “cold” - a weapon without ammo. At one point the trigger was pressed, and the gun was pointed towards the crew and staff. Unfortunately, the gun went...
For anyone who's even mildly paid attention to pop music over the past 12 years, the name Bruno Mars should ring a few bells. Whether it was singing about catching grenades for girls, being locked out of heaven, or praising everything he likes, Mars has been a staple of pop music for a while now, racking up over 50...
Recently, The Roundup had the privilege to sit down with Mrs. Miki Bone Melsheimer. A teacher, theatre arts pundit, and mother of two Jesuit Dallas alumni, she also inspired the new Melsheimer Family Theatre. Along with Owen Brown '22 and Nathan Carley '22, two performers in Jesuit Dallas' most recent production, Of Mice and Men, I asked Mrs. Melsheimer about...
On October 16, 2021, Ursuline Academy of Dallas along with Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas hosted its annual homecoming dance. The Freshman/ Sophomore dance was held at Ursuline Academy, while the Junior/Senior dance was held at Jesuit Dallas. The underclassmen homecoming dance was a night filled with jubilee and excitement, especially for the class of '24, as they missed...
In the wake of Virginia's elections, Republicans shook Democrats with a win in the Virginia governor race, as well as taking the lieutenant governor and attorney general positions. Thus, the Republican party’s first state-wide win in over a decade came in a batch of three.  Plummeting Approval in the White House This shocking victory signals disaster for the current agenda of...

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