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Turning old clothes into new money

Miguel Aguirre ’23 sold vintage clothing online for the first time during his freshman year, and since then, his side hustle, business and passion has taken off. His brother first introduced him to vintage clothing and reselling, and now Aguirre gets to do what he loves and makes money at the same time. From waking […]

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How will changes with the release of Overwatch 2 affect Brophy’s Overwatch Esports team?

Photo courtesy of: Mrs. Shawna Khawn The team holds practices at the front of the IC. At a typical practice they go through normal games in public ques. On Thursdays they have their coach from ASU who lines up scrimmages with other semi-pro teams or high ranking competitive teams. With the release of Overwatch 2 this […]

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Latin American Relevance Emerges Through The New Mariachi Club

The new Mariachi Club announced on Aug. 21 that the first ever Mariachi ensemble would make its way onto campus, aiming to incorporate traditional Mexican music into school events for the first time.  The leader of the club, Dr. Jonathan Robinson, along with student leaders Yorrick Lazcano Ramirez ’23 and Bryan Zazueta-Silvain ’23 said the […]

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FromSoftware’s Elden Ring inherits the difficulty of games before

CJ Corso ’24 THE ROUNDUP FromSoftware is a video game company that is notorious for creating ludicrously difficult games. Its lineup includes games such as Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and Sekiro, along with their newest title Elden Ring.  To play a FromSoftware game, the player needs to have exceptional patience and focus. A person cannot go […]

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Special Edition: Summit movie reviews

Nicholas Miller ’22 THE ROUNDUP Welcome to a special edition of Miller’s Movie Corner, made in honor of this year’s summit on human dignity, which has been focused on none other than our own city of Phoenix. In light of the 8 different and unique tracks we all have chosen from, I’ve decided to select […]

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Squid Game: The story of a deathmatch that could make you billions

Ian O’Riley ’24 THE ROUNDUP Children’s games could make you a billionaire, and if you don’t pass the round, you are killed. That’s the premise of Netflix’s number one show, Squid Game, which follows the stories of people who have amassed enormous amounts of debt who go through six children’s games that will determine the […]

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Students react to Suns’ memorable playoff run

Harrison Simmons ‘22 THE ROUNDUP   The eardrums of Carter Smith ‘22 felt completely overwhelmed by the noise in the arena while John Schumacher ‘22 was screaming, “oh my God,” in utter disbelief after Deandre Ayton’s game-winning “Valley-oop.”   This moment to win Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals was made possible after the […]

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A comprehensive list of all-time favorite things to end my career

By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP Well, this is it. My final list of favorite things. I feel compelled to make a grandiose theological statement about finality. About past and present feelings of regret and time lost. About the way in which particles a full universe apart are inseparably linked until they are observed, and […]

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Decision 2020, but not the important one

By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP We’re in an election year and the final vote is coming up really quickly. There are so many things to dislike or hate about this election, so in the spirit of levity and in the absence of brevity, I present a list of “would you rather” questions, instead of […]

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Column: Jackson’s Favorite Things

A Quirky Start to the School Year  Back to school: the magical time when Walmart becomes a battlefield, siblings cry over the number of crayons in their box compared to that of Aubrey F. and the first day of school brings about the climactic ending to a summer which was essentially one long Tuesday. This […]

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