25 States and counting introducing mandatory financial literacy classes
David Albelais ‘22 The Roundup   It is truly a miracle that the United States is finally starting to care about teaching high school students about important topics like finances and taxes instead of what William Taft did in 1903.    According to Career Builder, a major employment website, around 78% of working Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. This is a direct result of people not being educated enough…
Sophomore Henry Wagy, a Skilled Fly Fisherman, takes home silver
Whether it be a competition, training or just relaxing, Henry Wagy ’24 can always be found near some water with a fishing rod. Ever since his dad first taught him, Wagy has been an avid fisherman, and a pretty good one at that.    Henry Wagy competes for Team U.S.A. Youth Fly Fishing, which is a group of 16 teenagers who have shown their talent throughout multiple clinics. They are…
How the Bod Pod has Changed Professional and Educational Sports Medicine
THE ROUNDUP By Alex Gross ’24   While awkwardly sitting in a pill-shaped capsule wearing nothing but your underwear and a hair cap, you can receive one of the most accurate body composition tests in the market today. The Bod Pod is widely regarded as the standard for body composition testing and has helped revolutionize the sports medicine industry, giving us a better understanding of body construction and what we…
Sun Devils support Brophy’s music program 
Harrison Simmons ’22 THE ROUNDUP   It takes a lot of work to prepare all the different levels, classes, and students for Brophy’s multitude of concerts and performances throughout the school year. Dr. Jonathan Robinson is only able to assist his hundreds of students, varying in the instruments they play, to a certain degree since he mainly focuses on the clarinet. In response, Dr. Robinson has called in help from…