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Boys Lacrosse Open with Win

Episcopal School of Dallas 2/20 8:00A
The Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team opened the season with a 23-7 win over Flower Mound.

Spring Season Starts Strong for Jesuit Tennis

The Roundup (Jesuit) 2/20 7:10A Kota Ueshima '19
Hayden Kissee 17 lines up, calm and collected, acting normally. His partner, John Lindberg 18 stands at the net, gazing fiercely into the returner s eye. The ball shoots past him, and he moves...

Club Spotlight: The Jesuit Wildlife Conservation Society

The Roundup (Jesuit) 2/20 12:14A Matt Musso '17, News Editor
Interested in environmental education, hunting, fishing and all things outdoors? Then Jesuit has just the club for you! The Jesuit Wildlife Conservation Society is the latest student-founded club at...

The Year of the Rooster

The Roundup (Jesuit) 2/20 12:13A Noah Johnson '18
Freshly brewed tea being ceremoniously poured and drank, dumplings preparing in a steamer, sweetened rice cakes being munched on by hungry students, and an assortment of other cultural foods rapidly...

Commit! on Campus

The Lamplighter School 2/16 7:27A
Lamplighter Hosts Commit! P3 Network Meeting

Hillcrest swim team hits their stroke: comradery carries team to state

The Hub (Dallas ISD) 2/16 3:36A Delaney Shiu
There are many student organizations and clubs that we constantly hear about on the afternoon announcements; we hear about the latest football game, who won the soccer game, and what service project Interact is working on. A team we don’t hear...

Jesuit Chess Tournament

The Roundup (Jesuit) 2/16 3:10A Benito Otiniano
Blinding fluorescent lights reflect off the the dry pupils of the chess novice, as a loud cacophony of a ringing shakes the table. Blinking, the young jesuit boy’s mouth creases upward as he realizes...

Johannes Boekhoudt Art Exhibit

The Roundup (Jesuit) 2/16 3:05A Ethan Williams '18
“Painting is the most magical of mediums. The transcendence is truly amazing to me every time I go to a museum and I see how somebody figured another way to rub colored dirt on a flat surface and make...
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