The Roundup Lauded in Dallas Morning News Journalism Competition

Jesuit Dallas’ student paper, The Roundup, was recognized for its outstanding web presence during the Dallas Morning News’ 26th annual High School Journalism Day & Competition. The competition drew close to 1,200 entries from student journalists and schools throughout the region, with Jesuit Dallas cited for developing and operating the second-best high school news website in the metroplex.

The Roundup is one of the most active clubs on campus. Serving as the student voice at Jesuit Dallas, The Roundup features over 50 active contributors and produces over 300 articles per year covering School news, as well as tackling local, regional, and national issues.

The paper has been a mainstay in the Dallas Morning News journalism competition, winning a myriad of awards since converting to an entirely digital format in 2010. One of only two extracurricular journalism programs in the metroplex, Jesuit is the only school to publish an online paper, exclusively.

Nearly 400 students and teachers from 48 schools attended workshops and a luncheon at The News’ office downtown and nearby Union Station for the annual Journalism Day & Competition.

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