The Summit in short

The Summit in short: A multimedia project produced by The Roundup.
This story is part of The Roundup’s 2010 multimedia project titled “The Soul of Brophy.”

Robotics team creates mechanized miracles

By Julian De Ocampo ’13 & Dillan Ducar ’13

Heavy beats were blasting from the stereo as students were busy boring holes through metal, programming the latest codes and piloting a large robot around the room.

Meeting nearly every day on the second floor of Loyola Hall, the robotics team is hard at work preparing new robots for upcoming events.

With the guidance of Mr. Andy Mazzolini and other Brophy faculty members, the students use power tools to craft new parts, constantly improving their robots.

The Roundup: Inside the newsroom

By Michael Mandeville ’11

While the Roundup remains a monthly publication, the staff (consisting of Journalism I and Photojournalism courses and a group of contributors) is busy issue to issue providing Brophy with its award-winning student newspaper.

The writing and editing process does occupy a good chunk of this time, but once all the content is ready for print, the staff designs the the actual paper over a few class periods and what we call “Late Night Layout.”

Airsoft Club locks and loads for the new year

The Brophy Airsoft Club meets at Fighter Town Paintball Park.

“Airsoft Club locks and loads for the new year” is part of The Roundup’s 2010 multimedia project titled “The Soul of Brophy.” Click here to read more about this project.

Sufjan Stevens, Of Montreal, Magic Kids offer strong Fall 2010 releases

Welcome back everyone to yet another issue of “The Music Sounds Better,” The Roundup’s monthly music podcast, but more importantly a new year of music.

Lucky for us, the music fans, we are in for quite an impressive streamline of releases this Fall/Winter 2010.

This month will feature “twee-popsters” Magic Kids, indie veterans Of Montreal and the delightfully entrancing songwriter Sufjan Stevens.