Anthony Totri

Research advises against supplements, students disagree
Photo by Isaac Myers ’18 – Students often take a large amount of protein powder in an attempt to gain muscle, but Mr. Denk says that is not a necessity for students. By Anthony Totri ’16 THE ROUNDUP Over the last few years working out has become popular among not only student athletes, but students who aren’t involved in sports. With more people working out comes more competition to be…
Music Review: ‘The Life of Pablo’ demonstrates Kanye’s lyrical, producing genius
Photo Courtesy of Tribune News Service – Kanye West performs at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015. ‘The Life of Pablo’ by Kanye West 8 out of 10 By Anthony Totri ’16 THE ROUNDUP Ever since the late night release of “The Life of Pablo,” the musical world has been talking nonstop about the album. Some are calling it the…
OFJ looks to make Summit on violence socially impactful and relevant
By Anthony Totri ’16 THE ROUNDUP The Summit on Human Dignity is something the majority of people appreciate at Brophy, a time when the community can take a break from the rigor of school and gain further knowledge on a relevant issue in society. All of the necessary elements to make this year’s Summit on violence great are in place. If everything goes as planned the 2016 Summit may be…
Surrounded by Violence: Evidence of violent video games, music all around us
Photo by Reece Krantz ’16 – Screenshot of Doom. Many argue that violence in media promotes a violent culture and may even contribute to mass shootings. By Anthony Totri ’16 THE ROUNDUP The recent release of video games such as “Black Ops 3” and “Fallout 4” have revived the discussion regarding the culture of violence in video games and music. The popular first-person shooter game “Black Ops 3” was a…
‘Compton’ showcases Dre’s resurrection
‘Compton’ by Dr. Dre 9 out of 10 By Anthony Totri ’16 THE ROUNDUP Dr. Dre’s long anticipated album “Compton” has been the talk of the music industry since its release on Apple Music. The album is well executed and demonstrates Dre keeping up with modern music after a 16 year hiatus. The name “Compton” stems from Dre’s childhood when he lived in Compton, Calif. It’s also where his career…