Throughout this first semester, Brophy students have become increasingly involved in the upcoming presidential election.
Students slap political stickers on their computers, campaign for candidates and some even prepare to vote for the first time.
As students explore new political ideas, they also expand political boundaries past party lines.
As the campus dives head first into politics, this edition of The Roundup focuses in on the 2012 presidential election and all of the issues surrounding it, and gives students a chance to express their opinions.
• Teachers Talk Politics
- Economy, tax policies to play significant role in election (Ms. Kelly Guffey)
- Energy independence prominent in each candidates’ platform (Ms. Patty Mazier)
- Foreign policy differences more style than substance (Dr. Sam Ewing)