Anonymous letter to the editor concerning

By Eric Villanueva ’11

The Roundup recently received an anonymous letter to the editor about the behavior of several Brophy students at a restaurant one afternoon.

For reasons outlined in our Commenting Policy, we were unable to publish the letter online or in the monthly print edition.

We do not publish anonymous letters because we require the author’s information to verify all information in the letter. We do so to make sure the letter is truthful and objective.

About this particular letter though, suffice it to say that if you and your friends were at a restaurant one afternoon wearing Brophy sweatshirts and doing something to violate Brophy’s code of conduct, somebody saw you and felt compelled to expose your actions in The Roundup.

A copy of the letter was also sent to the Dean’s office.

Brophy students must remember that their actions both on and off campus reflect upon Brophy as a whole.

To send any future letters to the editor or comment about articles online or in print, please refer to our Commenting Policy found on our website and make sure to include your name and contact information so we can verify the letter with you.

Eric Villanueva is co Editor in Chief of The Roundup. If you have questions about The Roundup and/or any of its policies please e-mail