Welcome to Classroom 2.0.
This year’s incoming freshmen make up the fourth “Tablet class,” marking the first year in Brophy history that all four classes are equipped with personal computers.
Welcome to Classroom 2.0.
Brophy promises to make students men for others by the time graduation comes around, but what else does Brophy change in it’s students?
Current seniors can think back to freshman year and remember the political controversy surrounding the Summit on immigration. Did Brophy help to shape the political and spiritual views of those students?
Brophy’s football game against the Hamilton Huskies will be shown on FOX Sports Arizona on Friday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. for the “Farmers Game of the Week” package.
The game will be played at Phoenix College and will be shown in approximately 2.8 million households in Arizona and New Mexico.
Anyone who has visited AJ’s on Friday during the fall, winter or spring is familiar with the tidal wave of collared shirts and red clothing that arrives around noon.
Swelling lines, opening wallets and cash registers, devoured meals and filled tables are all results of the customer monsoon that is the younger portion of the Brophy student body.
H1N1 Influenza, Swine Flu, is being portrayed by media and health officials worldwide as the next vast epidemic.
Dean of Students Mr. James Bopp said he thinks Brophy is ready and that as long as students use good hygiene and have a general education about how to prevent getting sick, then the campus will remain healthy.
On Sept. 17, Brophy traveled to Centennial to take on the Coyotes, who are projected to be the best team in the state and 9th in the nation, according to USA Today.
Coming into the game, the Broncos were fresh off of last week’s 44-7 victory against their rival, St. Mary’s.
Both teams carried a 3-0 record going into the matchup, knowing that someone had to lose. In the end, the Broncos fell 24-12.
Brophy has beaten St. Mary’s in football for the past six years. This season, the Broncos looked to extend that streak to lucky number seven.
Imagine packing into the gym to energize the team, the smell of fresh beef hitting a grill and the prickle down your spine when hundreds of warriors jubilantly rush onto a field after a great victory.
When Brophy plays against St. Mary’s Friday students can experience all of this and more.
There was no shortage of points in Friday night’s Brophy football game; the Broncos scored 28 points in the first quarter alone and cruised to a 41-9 victory over the Gilbert Tigers.