Friday, May 7, 2021

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Setting the ball perfectly over the net, the receiving senior jumps high above his teamates for a spike. His hand readies to strike the ball down to the opposing teams floor. Repeating these actions, the team surges ahead towards immenent victory. Jesuit Volleyball has gone 4-3 against some of the best teams in the state. The team faced off against...
On March 23 of this year, a 40-mile per hour desert wind blew the Japanese-owned Ever Given cargo ship to wedge 30 degrees into the side of the world’s most vital maritime commerce artery, the Suez Canal. Shortly after, global eyes watched release efforts to free the lodged ship and allow over 400 other cargo to continue their journey. Egyptian tug...
As a kid who is hearing back from colleges all over America, it often crosses my mind how the counselors even handle such an intimidating process. It's very difficult to find the right place for students, especially if they have very specific requirements like location, weather, price, or even prestige. All of those factors play a role in the...
A project with decades of history behind it and an unmatched show of generosity, the David A. Segal Family Aquatic Center presents the unique opportunity to enrich the educational experience and sports participation for Jesuit students. Also known as "The Gull," the state-of-the-art facility will house an eight-lane competition pool, a four-lane warm-up pool, and the latest in water sports...
“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” -Charlotte Brontë "Women are the real architects of society."  -Cher International Women's Day just passed us a couple of weeks on March 8, and oddly enough some companies and larger organizations sparked some controversy. On the day where we celebrate women's political,...
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...
In the shortest impeachment trial in U.S. history, the Senate voted 57-43 to acquit former President Donald Trump, finding him not guilty of inciting riots on Capitol Hill. It was Trump’s second impeachment trial, and seven Republicans joined all fifty Democrats in an attempt to convict the former president. Background On January 6, 2021, riots erupted at the United States Capitol...
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...

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