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The RoundUp

The student news site of Clements High School

The RoundUp

The student news site of Clements High School

The RoundUp

The teriyaki salmon bento box at Mori Ichi Sushi.
Photo courtesy of Carol Barkouda.

Mori Ichi, A Mustn’t Miss Gem

Julian Barkouda, Reporter May 17, 2024

Mori Ichi Sushi made its grand Sugar Land opening in 2007. Being an avid sushi lover myself, I couldn't neglect this hidden gem, and decided to visit on March 23 of this year. Upon entering, Mori...

“Civil War”: A24’s Anti-War and Pro-Journalism Film

Stacy Saucedo, Reporter May 10, 2024

In collaboration with Peyton Lee. Spoilers ahead. 3 weeks ago, A24's latest and most anticipated movie, “Civil War”, was released. There's been a lot of media coverage around it, but the overarching...

Advice to High School Athletes Who Want to Play in College

Advice to High School Athletes Who Want to Play in College

Katelyn Lam, Reporter March 28, 2024

According to the NCAA, of the nearly 8 million students participating in high school athletics in the United States, only 495,000 will compete at NCAA schools. Of that group, only a fraction will become...

The Poppy War: A Critique of the Viciousness of Humans in War

The Poppy War: A Critique of the Viciousness of Humans in War

Grace Hu, Reporter March 19, 2024

“Oh, but history moved in such vicious circles.” (Kuang 612). This quote is from “The Poppy War,” author R. F. Kuang’s debut novel. The trilogy garnered large amounts of attention for the unique...

Student Council members prepare for Beauty Week with sponsor Ricardo Garcia. Photo courtesy of Wendy Wu.

Understanding Stress Acne and Finding Support in School

Fallyn Sanders, Reporter February 29, 2024

Hi there! Let us talk about something that many high school students face: acne. When those annoying little spots show up on our faces, it can make us feel a bit uneasy about how we look and what others...

Over the Garden Wall: The Story of Maturity

Stacy Saucedo, Reporter February 12, 2024

Over the Garden Wall (OtGW) is a series that I hold dear and close to my heart. In many ways, I found myself relating to the cast that comprises this mini-series. Originally pitched back in 2012, the series...

Junior Betul Kose heads toward the buses after the dismissal bell.

Fly (or Drive, Cycle, or Walk) toward the Climate Future

Karen Wei, Copy Editor February 6, 2024

It’s both a humble and humbling endeavor.   Great, rumbling heroes in the early morning and mid-afternoon, 470 buses wind through neighborhoods, over bridges, and under shadowy canopies, traversing...

The Most Wondrous Place on Earth (2024)

Agustin Bouzas, Cartoonist January 31, 2024

Read from left to right Jan. 31, 2024 Feb. 13, 2024     May 1, 2024   May 15, 2024      

The 3 R’s advertised at the Sugar Land Memorial Park.

Back to Basics

Karen Wei, Copy Editor January 17, 2024

Oh, those universally adored biscuit sticks! Oh, the strawberry-green-tea-banana-cookies-and-cream flavored chocolate! Oh, the delight of becoming everyone’s best friend in an instant during elementary...

The Most Wondrous Place on Earth (December)

Agustin Bouzas, Cartoonist December 7, 2023

Read from left to right Dec. 7, 2023

Listening to Music

Sara Khwaja, Cartoonist December 1, 2023

The Most Wondrous Place on Earth (November)

Agustin Bouzas, Cartoonist November 1, 2023

Read from left to right Nov. 1, 2023 Nov. 13, 2023 Nov. 16, 2023 Nov. 30, 2023

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