Le strengthens community by leading clubs, tutoring refugees
By Will Schubert ’15 THE ROUNDUP When he’s not helping lead the Covert Politics club he is helping out the community by participating in the Gardening Club, helping out in Best Buddies, tutoring or writing for The Wrangler. Alex Le ’15 is the only child of two Vietnamese refugees who fled to the United States in 1986 and 1989. Le is currently one of the presidents of the of the…
Clarke modest about Speech and Debate success
By Chase L. Manson ’16 THE ROUNDUP After finishing as one of the top programs in the nation last year, Brophy’s Speech and Debate is ready to start this year. “We have a have a ton of alums who come back and coach,” said Ms. Elizabeth Clarke, who is in her 12th year of being the Speech and Debate head coach. “We recruit a lot of people.” The club has…
Video game violence proves to be sensitive subject on campus, U.S.
By Austin Norville ’15 THE ROUNDUP Video games such as “Grand Theft Auto” and “Call of Duty” have been blamed for inciting violence in today’s youth and there is a clear line in the varying opinions. It has become a sensitive issue that began with the school shootings at Columbine High. “I think that video games with their complex plots help kids problem solve,” said Mr. Scott Heideman. “I think…
Football clinches playoff spot with win over Desert Vista
Brophy 34 Desert Vista 7 By Chase Bayless ’15 THE ROUNDUP The Broncos were able to come away with a much needed victory Friday, Nov. 1 against Desert Vista as they scored the third most points all season and allowed only one scoring drive. Brophy finished their season with back-to-back wins over Dobson and Desert Vista to secure a spot in the playoffs, as the No. 12 seed with a…