Anthony Cardellini

“Mockingjay: Part 1” sets up for solid finale
By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP “Mockingjay: Part 1”- starring Jennifer Lawerence, Josh Hutercson, and Liam Hemsworth 6 out of 10 Much of the criticism I heard about “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” going into the theater was that it didn’t need two movies. People, especially book fans, regarded this as a marketing tactic, based off multiple installments in “Harry Potter” and “The Hobbit.” But if you look at…
Black Student Union presentation offers chance for voices to be heard
Photo by Matthew Montes ’15 | Chris Hubbard ’15 addresses students and faculty Dec. 8 during a special meeting of the Black Student Union. Students from Brophy’s Black Student Union hosted a discussion at lunch in the Great Hall about current issues related to police violence and minorities. By Anthony Cardellini ’17 & Joseph Valencia ’17 THE ROUNDUP In the midst of swirling voices surrounding the tragedies in Ferguson, MO…
Post Office parking lot to improve campus parking
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – The anonymously donated POP lot serves to handle the overflow of students requesting parking on the Brophy. By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP The new Post Office parking lot across from 7th Street is ready to handle the overload of student drivers searching for a parking spot in the mornings. Earlier this year, an anonymous donor gifted a plot of land to Brophy east…
Pro/Con Debate: The Right Rx?
Photo Courtesy of MCT Campus | This summer school administrators banned the use of medical marijuana by students, even with a doctor’s prescription. Medical marijuana policy not right solution By Mateusz Bendisz ’15 THE ROUNDUP In recent years, the United States has seen a greater effort to legalize medical marijuana. Numerous studies have shown medical marijuana’s potential in treating different types of cancers and debilitating diseases. Because of that, opposition…
Donlan discusses Ignatius’ potential reaction to ISIS
By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP In his Oct. 2 Great Hall presentation on St. Ignatius’ hypothetical reaction to ISIS, Mr. Tom Donlan made sure the audience knew that not everyone would like what they were about to hear. As predicted, not necessarily everyone agreed with the ideas of St. Ignatius when he founded the Jesuits. “It’s a difficult subject,” Mr. Donlan said. “I don’t want to disappoint some people,…
Cross country eyes young leaders in new season
By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP  The cross country team said they are focusing heavily on hard work and preparation to achieve maximum success in the 2014 season.  “A good work ethic, pushing yourself, trying to challenge yourself … It’s difficult to do,” said varsity assistant coach Mr. Matt Williams ’07. “But I think that carries over to lots of different aspects of life.”  It’s a goal of the team…
Sophomore Olson nominated for Young Photographer of the Year
By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP Sophomore Gray Olson’s ’17 picture of the “Great Orion Nebula” earned him a chance to be crowned the Royal Observatory Young Photographer of the Year. His photograph will be published in a coffee table book with other nominees as they await the announcement of the finalists on Sept. 18. Overall, there were more than 2,500 entries in the competition hosted by the Royal Observatory…