Frankie Pastor

Osman Servin nominated as Man of the Year candidate
Photo provided by Mr. Jake Kelly | Osman Servin‘20 poses for a picture with the family he stayed with during his trip to El Salvador By Francisco Pastor Rivera ’20 At any Jesuit school, the concepts of being committed to doing justice, loving, religious, open to growth and intellectually competent are taught to the students. However, it can be inferred that only a handful actually embody those concepts, and Osman…
COVID-19 Graph
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Racial and economic inequality play major role in worldwide water crisis
Data collected and illustrated by Jacob Cross Mayhew ’20 and Nick Pecora ’21 By Harrison Cohen ’20 and Jacob Cross-Mayhew ’20 THE ROUNDUP   A recent report by the United States Water Alliance and human rights nonprofit, Dig Deep, stated that race is the strongest determinant in access to clean water in the U.S.   “More than two million Americans live without running water and basic indoor plumbing, and many…
Brophy students save face with make up
Illustration by Victor Beck ’20 | A young man is experimenting with lavish makeup By Francisco Pastor ’20 THE ROUNDUP It is time for Brophy and its dress code policy to update with the sign of the times. Brophy must be open to growth and allow its students to express their identity in whichever way they see fit. During summer vacation, I experimented with my attire. For the very first…