Howard continues journalism at ASU, breaks national story
By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP How has doing Journalism at Brophy and continuing that at ASU shaped you and enabled you to do what you did with the Volker story? “Brophy played a large part in my love for Journalism. Mr. [Mica] Mulloy ’99 was the advisor at the time when was at The Roundup but he always encouraged us to pursue stories that were very important even if…
AirDrop easily replaceable, leads to problems
Illustration by Reid Shniderman ’20 |In the fall of 2018, the administration dismantled Airdrop on all new school issued devices.  By Carl Justice ’21 THE ROUNDUP Recently, students have realized that AirDrop is no longer accessible on their school-issued computers. While some have been unhappy about this change, it is important that they realize that AirDrop is a completely unnecessary feature that can only cause harm. The benefits of AirDrop…
Pro AirDrop; easy, fast, efficient
Illustration by Reid Shniderman ’20 |In the fall of 2018, the administration dismantled Airdrop on all new school issued devices. By Reid Shniderman ’20 In a world of constant change, sharing information and detailed work between people has evolved over the course of human history, starting with the carrier pigeon. These ways of communication have adapted as time went on, changing to easier methods such as telephones, telegrams and radio.…
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…
Church Of Jaelen House Basketball Team Ignites Brophy Fans
Photo by Raymond Link’20 | The Church competing at Talking Sticks Resort Arena for the League Final Game. By Jacob Cross Mayhew ’20 Over the past three months, a new sports team has emerged on Brophy’s campus. Not the esports team, not archery nor quidditch, but several Brophy students’ YMCA recreation basketball league team, “The Church of Jaelen House”. “One day me and Asher Josephs [’20] were talking about making…
Rugby Players are Hopeful to Win State Championships as the Fall Season Begins
Photo by Garret Van Wie ’22 | The Rugby team and players warm up and practice for the current fall season. By Quentin Dunnigan ’22 With the first of two seasons of rugby having begun, the players are ready to work hard and train well. Looking to the future, they hope to overcome their challenges and bring in a state championship in the later, spring season. “I really want guys…
Wrestling Preview
By Tynan Schwartz The Roundup Coming off of Cesar Alvarez ‘22 winning second and Thomas Derr ‘19 making it to quarters at Freakshow 2019 the wrestling team is off to a great start with Head Coach Mr. Wayne Catan and Coach Mr. Jose Leyba ’94 have high hopes for this year. With the preseason training being difficult and the in-season training being even more difficult, Mr. Catan hopes to train…
Pitch and Catch: Resley embraces challenges, rigor of rowing
By Nick Pecora ’21 THE ROUNDUP What is your name and year at Brophy? I’m George Resley, Class of 2020. I’m a senior. What sport(s) do you participate in at Brophy? Right now, for the past two years, I’ve been rowing. Previously, I did pole vaulting my sophomore year, tennis my freshman year, but crew is definitely the sport for me. I can really apply myself athletically there and my…
2020 Tokyo Olympics add new sports
Photo courtesy of the Olympics | The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Committee breaks boundaries by adding five new sports. By Ridge Peterson ’21 THE ROUNDUP The International Olympic Committee has added five new sports to the games this upcoming year. Which will be held in Tokyo, Japan from Friday, July 24, 2020, to Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020. The new sports include karate, skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing. While those sports are…
Former Brophy basketball star Ian Burke transfers to Portland State
Photo courtesy of Brophy Prep | Ian Burke ’18 works on his ball-handling during warmups of 2017-18 quarterfinals against Perry. By Nicholas Williams ’21 THE ROUNDUP Over the college basketball offseason, former Brophy Basketball player Ian Burke ’18 transferred to Portland State from Seattle University to continue pursuing his basketball career. On June 8th, Burke announced via twitter his move to Portland State. During his Brophy career, Burke was a…