Alpaugh feels sense of ‘community’ as an ASC member

By Andrew J. Barnes ’12
THE ROUNDUP

Having been a student here just four years ago, Alumni Service Corp member Mr. Caleb Alpaugh ’07 said he has really enjoyed being back at Brophy.

“It’s been amazing,” Mr. Alpaugh said. “I’ve enjoyed experiencing the other side of this place.”

of Montreal’s newest effort serves as multidimensional, though lacks inspiration

By Jared Balbona ’14
THE BRONCO BEAT

6.5 out of 10

of Montreal’s greatness lies within its members’ unique ability to create experimental pop music.

Their tracks possess an overwhelming density, yet they maintain their infectious appeal with each listen. While the group evolves musically with every album, lyrically, front man Kevin Barnes never loses sight of his two favorite topics: sex and Kevin Barnes.

Video: Science fair encourages experimentation, interest among students

Students tested and experimented to create projects to showcase at the annual science fair in February.

Students who won 1st place in their category moved on the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair on April 1st, after which the top students will attend the International Science and Engineering fair in Philadelphia.

Substance abuse shows different side of students

By Julian De Ocampo ’13 & Alex Stanley ’12
THE ROUNDUP
Three-fourths of the seniors that walk the hallways of Brophy have consumed alcohol at one point in time—that is if Brophy applies to the national averages given by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
“Substance abuse is a cultural issue in the United States,” said Dean Mr. Pat Higgins.

Sleep deprivation threatens the health, well-being of teenagers

By Aakash Jain ’14
THE ROUNDUP
Sleep deprivation is a wide-spread epidemic among American teenagers, according to multiple national studies.
The American Sleep Disorders Association recommends the average teenager get nine and a half hours of sleep per night to maintain a healthy lifestyle.