Carl Justice

Juniors adjust lives as COVID-19 disrupts college plans
By Carl Justice ’21 THE ROUNDUP COVID-19 has led to the closure of college campuses across the country as students have been forced to adjust their plans on the fly. Many rising seniors were scheduled to take classes at various universities across the country in order to get a better feel for a college campus while taking a course that interests them. Davis McHenry ’21 was scheduled to take a…
Administration addresses meme culture
Photo Illustration by Victor Beck ’20 and Mark Rossbach ’21 | Students face the daily choice of how they interact with the media and the ways in which they use it. Much of what they do creates a digital footprint that can be traced. By Ryan Loo ’21 and Carl Justice ’21 THE ROUNDUP Brophy’s administration is planning an all-school assembly in January in addition to more programming in the…
AirDrop easily replaceable, leads to problems
Illustration by Reid Shniderman ’20 |In the fall of 2018, the administration dismantled Airdrop on all new school issued devices.  By Carl Justice ’21 THE ROUNDUP Recently, students have realized that AirDrop is no longer accessible on their school-issued computers. While some have been unhappy about this change, it is important that they realize that AirDrop is a completely unnecessary feature that can only cause harm. The benefits of AirDrop…