Chris Agnone

Frosh Cassidy’s style reflects his attitude, confidence
Photo by AK Alilonu ’16 – Paul Cassidy ’19 has a unique and “indie” style that reflects his positive and outgoing diposition. By Matthew Zacher ’18 THE ROUNDUP Walking from class to class, it is easy to pick out Paul Cassidy ’19 because of his unique fashion. Cassidy wears a combination of various colors and patterns that would be outside of typical standards of fashion. Cassidy does not plan out his…
Pro/Con: Raising Minimum Wage
Raising minimum wage to $15 leads to higher prices, unemployment By Alex Kirshner ‘18 THE ROUNDUP The idea of raising minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 has been a hot topic amongst politicians and activists around the country. The main argument for raising minimum wage is that $7.25 is not enough for a person to live off of alone, and it is certainly not enough for someone who is trying…
Loyola uniforms encourage pride, students find other ways to express style
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 – Loyola scholars Adrian Flemming (left) and Victor Morales (right) pose for a photo showing their uniforms. The Loyola uniforms demonstrate a different style than the dress code at Brophy. By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP Although Loyola Academy has been a part of Brophy since its 2011 founding, it has some differences in terms of student dress code. While Brophy’s dress code involves only…
‘Jogger’ pants should be worn for sleep, exercise, not as style
By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP As winter becomes summer in Arizona (because we skip spring here), we are not seeing the clothing style of “joggers” as often on or around campus. This is a blessing for the dignity of Brophy style. Joggers are those sweatpants that were bred with skinny jeans and elastic. Brophy has tried to stop the spread of these “pants” as they are against the school…
McNeil looks to San Fran game, hopes to play in college
By Luis Torres ’16 THE ROUNDUP What is your name and year? Patrick McNeil and I’m a junior. How long have you been playing lacrosse? I’ve been playing since the 6th grade, so six years. Favorite memory of playing lacrosse? I’d have to say it was in the 7th grade winning the middle school championship. It was fun. What position do you play? Have you always played there? I grew…