Ethan Winkler

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Teen Board hopes to embody young spirit of service
Photo Courtesy of Brendan Burg ’17 | The Phoenix Children’s Hospital Teen Board is composed of students across the valley who host fundraising events for toys, games, and other materials for the well being of patients. By Juan Carlos Ramirez ’18 THE ROUNDUP Phoenix Children’s Hospital teen board is an organization founded two years ago by two Xavier mothers who sit on the actual Phoenix Children’s Hospital Board. Vice President…
Transportation, restaurants, contribute to Phoenix growth
By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Phoenix is the sixth biggest city in the United States and has grown from 790,000 residents to 1,560,000 in the last 30 years. As the city continues to grow so do the sprawling suburbs around it. Physics Teacher Mr. Mike Welty ’83 has seen the growth of Phoenix’s suburbs. “In high school I did a lot of theatre, and north of Bell Road you…
Advocacy Club aims to change t-shirt process for Varsity Shop
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Yael Balbuena Basto ’19 browses the varity shop as Kenny Scroggin ’18 waits to buy a prom ticket Tuesday April 18.  The Advocacy Club is currently working with the Varsity Shop to have them sell clothes that are produced ethically. By Ethan Winkler ’17 THE ROUNDUP The Advocacy Club has started one of their first major movements for on-campus change recently with a petition…
Campus expansion covered by money raised, not tuition
By Juan Carlos Ramirez THE ROUNDUP The process of expansion always involves many moving figures and every decision administrators make take into account the need of our students, according to Brophy president. President Ms. Adria Renke said that the board of trustees make the decisions on spending. “There is a board of trustees that is the governing board of this school,” Ms. Renke said. “There are 13 people on the…
Local man expresses himself through flipping signs, dancing
By Michael Taszarek ’18 THE ROUNDUP His name is Shamon Ingram. Anyone who drives on Camelback Road often has seen him before.  Some may have even danced with him. Ingram is the sign flipper who works on the southwest corner of 20th Street and Camelback Road.  The Flagstaff, Arizona native, who is also known as “Arizona Bamm,” is very popular among Brophy students who drive home from school on Camelback…
Volleyball hopes to best 2016 first round loss
By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP After a first round playoff loss in 2016, the volleyball team is more experienced and looking toward the future of the program, according to their coach. “We had some success last year, it faltered towards the end, we were very young and starting four sophomores,” said head coach Mr. Tony Oldani. Juniors Connor Dunn, Bennett Houck, Jacob Chavez and Nate Thompson all started last…
Buchanan maintains ‘friendly and professional’ relationship with students, keeps campus secure
Ethan Winkler ’17 THE ROUNDUP At the tone of a bell, a flood of people speed through the hallways and courtyards. With every man for himself, all the students have one thing on their mind: lunch. As they approach the food line, they are brought to a screeching halt and organized into three lines. What immovable force is able to stop these hungry high schoolers? It’s none other than Campus…
Kalkman stays involved, shows dedication toward theatre, music
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Keegan Kalkman ’18 sings as a cantor at the Summit opening Mass Feb. 27. Kalkman participates in many musical activities on campus and performs at many events. By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Keegan Kalkman ’18 stays involved on campus by staying after school for plays, participating in his band and the Wind Ensemble, and by having a love for both music and theatre.…
Aviation class offers flight simulation, piloting ability
By Matthew Zacher ’18 THE ROUNDUP Xavier offers an aviation elective course that uses computerized flight simulators to build flight experience. The class is taught by Mr. Gale Hestenes, a Xavier faculty member, and the class is housed on Xavier’s campus, but is open to Brophy students.   Mr. Hestenes is a certified flight instructor and had a career instructing actual pilots. “I got my pilot’s license before I got…
Fr. Olivier left indelible mark on students, teachers, community
Photo by Luis Gamez ’15 | Fr. Harry “Dutch” Olivier hands out ice cream sandwiches to Loyola Academy scholars at break Sept. 4, 2012 to celebrate his 85th birthday. 2 years after his death, community members look back at surrounding days, ‘Dutch’s’ impact on campus By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP The Rev. Harry “Dutch” Olivier, S.J. died Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at the age of 88. He was a Jesuit…