Andrew Howard

Alpert named ‘Man of the Year’
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Will Alpert ’17 mounts a photo for AP Studio Art. Will has been named Man of the Year. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Will Alpert ’17 seems to always have a smile on his face. What is even more admirable is this year’s Roundup “Man of the Year” winner’s desire to put a smile on the face of others. Almost everything that Alpert…
OPINIONS: Phoenix offers pros of both big city, small town
By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Phoenix is the sixth biggest city in the country, and there are a plethora of opportunities in this town to take advantage of. Yet with all the hustle and bustle, Phoenix still offers a small town feeling. The Phoenix metro area is home to almost 5 million people, and hosts four professional sports teams. These are all characteristics of big cities, yet within a…
Bonner awarded Flinn Scholarship, will attend Barrett
By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Daniel Bonner ’17 was one of 23 students out of about 700 applicants to receive the Flinn Scholarship, which covers all collegiate expenses to in-state universities, and even includes two opportunities to study abroad. According to Flinn.org, the merit-based scholarship program, now 31 years into the program, covers the cost of tuition, fees, room and board and at least two study-abroad experiences. The overall…
Volleyball hopes to best 2016 first round loss
By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP After a first round playoff loss in 2016, the volleyball team is more experienced and looking toward the future of the program, according to their coach. “We had some success last year, it faltered towards the end, we were very young and starting four sophomores,” said head coach Mr. Tony Oldani. Juniors Connor Dunn, Bennett Houck, Jacob Chavez and Nate Thompson all started last…
Students earn tuition dollars through Work Study
Mr. Jose Cruz (left) directs (left to right) Omar Martinez ’20, Edward Serrano ’20 and David Solis-Lopez ’18 during work study Feb. 15. Work study allows students to work on campus in order to reduce tuition costs. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP “We don’t worry about money [when admitting students into Brophy] and we would never let someone who is smart enough to be here be excluded based on…
Soccer suspends returning players after mid-season hazing incident, working to change culture
Photo Illustration By Andrew Brown ’18 | The soccer team hopes to change the team culture heading into next season. By Andrew Howard ’17 & Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP Following events Principal Mr. Bob Ryan described as “hazing” that took place on the varsity soccer team’s annual retreat in January, the school suspended returning players from all soccer activities for a week in the season. The events and subsequent…
McKeon: Drawing has been a big part of my life
Photo Illustration by Bryce Owen ’17 | Carter Mckeon ’17 found a passion in drawing and has submitted much of his work through AP Studio Art. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Carter McKeon ’17 has been drawing since he was young, but he said over time the meaning behind his art began to change. I first started drawing when I was in elementary school,” he said. “I originally started…
Krause finds inspiration in Loyola scholars
Photo by Manny Mata-Flores ’19 | Ms. Kendra Krause (right) speaks to Ms. Ann Wolf in her office Monday, Jan. 9. Ms. Krause is the head of the Loyola Academy  and has a passion for the kids she works with. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP As Loyola Academy scholars scurried out of the room in January to get to P.E., Ms. Kendra Krause sat down to discuss her many jobs on…
Orr trains service dog on campus
Photo Courtesy of John Paul McCann ’17 | Ryan Orr ’19 and his dog Lady walk down Brophy hall Oct. 7 during homecoming week. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Every day, a dog named Lady walks the halls of Brophy’s campus, and even travels to Xavier. Orr has been a service dog trainer since February, something he never really thought he would be involved in, and takes Lady everywhere from…