George Anton

SAT, ACT canceled, colleges move to test-optional
Photo courtesy of Creative Commons | With the possibility that many schools are test-optional for the class of 2021, many students may have the option to bypass the stressful testing process. By George Anton ’21 THE ROUNDUP Many standardized tests have been canceled this Spring with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, many colleges are changing their application requirements to test-optional. Several well-known schools that have changed their testing…
Music tells cultural stories and histories, heals
Photo by Mark Rossbach ‘21| Dethie Sarr ‘Pape’ Diouf teaches students how to play the Sabar drums in the Black Box Theater. We often think of music as a simple form of entertainment — a mere harmonization of vocals and instruments to express emotions. However, music has the potential to be so much more than that. For some, music connects people to a culture, a history. Music captures not only…
Young Republicans petition for pledge
Photo by George Anton ’21 | Aidan Angel ’22 and Damon Dallago ’22 lower and fold the flag at the end of the day. By George Anton ’21 and Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP On Aug. 22, the Brophy Young Republicans distributed a petition asking respondents about their support for adding the Pledge of Allegiance to the end of morning prayer. The petition was met with some backlash from administrators…