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Audio: Students, faculty feel called to action after Summit

Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Mr. Ryan Hubbell speaks in the Summit workshop on Violent Masculinity. By Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Following the Summit on violence in early March, students and faculty say they feel called to action with the information they’ve been given.

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Special Feature: What’s your style?

Every aspect of our experiences as students—the way we dress, the music we listen to, the food we eat, the sports we play—is a product of our various personalities and styles. But for something that so much defines us, we rarely stop and think about style in and of itself. More and more often, students […]

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In world of ever-changing tastes, reflection required to discern what is right

By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP In Mr. Joe Klein ’86’s room, there hangs a banner displaying one of my favorite quotes of all time. A quote from the famous physicist Albert Einstein, it reads: “What is right is not always popular; what is popular is not always right.” A basic restatement of the […]

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Hepsen competes, learns life lessons from ‘Madden’

Photo by Juan Carlos Ramirez ’18 – Jack Hepsen ’18 plays Madden Mobile competitively in a game-mode called Ultimate Team. By Matthew Zacher ’18 THE ROUNDUP Jack Hepsen ’18 not only plays “Madden 16,” but also involves himself in Madden culture on social media and heightens the excitement of the game by playing competitively online. […]

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Brophy accepts personal tastes in fashion, hobbies

By Jack Cahill ’17 THE ROUNDUP While some high school students may feel pressured to conform in regards to fashion, many Brophy students say they feel the opposite. Blaise Schaefer ’18 said he believes that there “isn’t much student pressure” when it comes to attire. “I don’t think that many people here are trying to […]

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Fine Brothers attempt to monopolize reaction videos

Photo Courtesy of Tribune News Service – Rafi Fine, left, and Benny Fine, right, who comprise The Fine Bros., a mega-popular YouTube channel with more than nine million subscribers, pose for a portrait July 17, 2014 in their studio in Burbank, Calif. Their success has enabled them to start their own production company, Fine Brothers […]

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Staff Editorial: Unique style choices crucial to student individuality, diversity

Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 – Paul Cassidy ’19 (left) and Elias Sabbagh ’17 (right) showcase their different fashion styles. The Issue: In a world of fitting in, it is becoming harder and harder for students to have and display a unique style. Our Stance: Students should be proud of their tastes, and not afraid […]

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Brophy accepts personal tastes in fashion, hobbies

By Jack Cahill ’17 THE ROUNDUP While some high school students may feel pressured to conform in regards to fashion, many Brophy students say they feel the opposite. Blaise Schaefer ’18 said he believes that there “isn’t much student pressure” when it comes to attire. “I don’t think that many people here are trying to […]

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Rowe expresses himself through mixtapes, freestyle rap

By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP Under the alias of “602god,” a reference to Phoenix’s area code, Michael Rowe ’18 crafts freestyle rap mixtapes—a hobby that has earned him the reputation as “the rapper of sophomore year,” according to Michael Murphy ’18. Rowe said he first became interested in mixtapes after vacationing in California […]

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Teacher’s Pet: Mr. Jose Mendoza ’88 enjoys family, remembers time before social media

By Chase Manson ‘16 THE ROUNDUP Mr. O’Neil’s question from last month: “In the history of recorded time what is your favorite era?” Definitely the time before social media, I think what you see now is different human interaction. People don’t really know how to talk to people. Growing up there was always that one […]

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