Graham Armknecht

Wall in Freeman Arch raises awareness, inconveniences students
Photo by Josh Spano ’18 | A student walks through the wall in the Freeman Arch on October 26th, 2017. The wall was put up and monitored by Kino Teens throughout the day.  By Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Students came between a wall and a hard place on Thursday morning, as students a part of Kino Teens stood to patrol a wall they had recently constructed. Lines began to form…
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.…
Reeves works behind the scenes for many extracurricular activities
Photo Courtesy of Max Fees ’17 | Derby Reeves ’17 (right) and Cheney Meel (left) perform at the Battle of the Bands Feb. 10. Reeves started a band called “The Art School Wannabes” and plays at Brophy events. By Collin McShane ’19 THE ROUNDUP Brophy prides itself on being the “home to the sixth man,” which, in basketball terms, means it is the home of many unsung heroes. One of…
Scheuring grateful for Alumni Service work, hopes to continue teaching
By Jack Davis ’19 THE ROUNDUP Can I please get your full name and class year? Dominic Michael Scheuring, Brophy Class of 2011. Where did you go to college and what was your major? I went to the University of San Francisco and studied Theology & Religious Studies. A bit of a hybrid major considering the approaches within each respective discipline can vary dramatically. Where are you now and what…
Scheduling process designed to benefits students, teachers as much as possible
By Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Every student receives a schedule at the beginning of every new year, but what some people don’t think about is how that schedule comes to be. Director of Scheduling, Mr. Tony Oldani, strives to accommodate students in the classes they want to take. “The goal of scheduling is to give every student the classes they need to graduate, and to give every student the…
Dunnion: Brophy has helped change the ways students see women in society
By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP Women being tasked with household chores and caring for the children as the men work and provide the necessities for the family. This was the norm for the majority of history, until the late 1800’s. European countries started to yield to women who insisted on the right to vote and work. The United States made it legal for women to vote on Aug. 18,…
Green Day, Rick Astley make comebacks in spectacular fashion
Green Day’s ‘Revolution Radio’ and Rick Astley’s ’50’ 9 out of 10 By Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Green Day and Rick Astley came out with their new albums on Oct. 7, “Revolution Radio” and “50” respectively. These albums seemingly have nothing in common; both are from completely different bands, genres and eras. However, both of these bands resurfaced on the same date and both of them have some deep…