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Kalkman stays involved, shows dedication toward theatre, music
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Keegan Kalkman ’18 sings as a cantor at the Summit opening Mass Feb. 27. Kalkman participates in many musical activities on campus and performs at many events. By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Keegan Kalkman ’18 stays involved on campus by staying after school for plays, participating in his band and the Wind Ensemble, and by having a love for both music and theatre.…
BLAM chooses contest winners through student staff
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 | Members of the BLAM literary committee select winners for the recent submission contest March 7. The BLAM editors and committee help select what makes the final edition and wins submission contests. By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Brophy Literary Arts Magazine (BLAM) hosts many contests around campus, but whether a piece makes it into the BLAM magazine at the end of the year it…
3D Art classes bring different perspective to creation
By Camden Andl ’19 THE ROUNDUP 3D Ceramics, 3D Advanced Ceramics and 3D Sculpture teacher Mr. Marc Kelly ’87 has been teaching 3D Arts at Brophy for 16 years. In his classes, Mr. Kelly teaches students hand building, wheel throwing and glazing techniques, as well as the processes of carving and building with materials including wood, plastic, metal and plaster. Mr. Kelly said that Brophy’s 3D Art classes allow students…
Inspired by street artists, Cardona explores urban themes
Photo by Isaac Myers ’18 – Alberto Cardona ’16 works on his latest piece in the Studio Art Room, Jan. 15. Cardona has submitted several pieces to BLAM and has won several awards for his art. By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP With four brothers as artists, it is no surprise Alberto Cardona ’16 is so immersed in art. Having completed Drawing his freshman year and Advanced Drawing his…
Students to experience art, travel on European Art History Trip
By Tanner Nypen ’15 THE ROUNDUP This July a group of 12 students and two teachers will tour Europe to experience European art history and culture. For a little more than two weeks this group will visit London, Paris, Florence and Rome. The idea for this trip came from Mr. Noah Lewkowitz ’98, hoping to revive the European humanities trip that was around while he attended Brophy. “I think that…
Cronin inspires student creativity through art
By Brett A. Mejia ’13 THE ROUNDUP Entering the second story of the Eller building, students are greeted by a showcase of different artworks that are displayed on the newly installed TV and inside the glass cases. One of the teachers responsible for these students’ work is art teacher Mrs. Debbie Cronin. Mrs. Cronin has taught at Brophy for 14 years and is currently teaching five classes along with teaching…
Community recognizes more than just athletic talents
Staff Editorial The Issue: It can be easy for talented students to become overshadowed in a large community. Our Stance: We commend the student body and administration for embracing different talents over the past few months. When we come to Brophy, we are basically taught from day one to show our school pride and support for the Broncos. During orientation, freshmen go through “cheer camp” and learn tried and true…
Student artists should display their work more often, off campus
Influx of recent creative talent leaves me in awe, wanting more Michael Ahearne ’14 THE ROUNDUP  The month of November has been a very hectic with Thanksgiving and weird schedules, yet at very same time, it has been filled with a lot of art and talent, especially at events such as the Fine Arts Extravaganza. I have noticed a lot of talented artists come out of the Fine Arts Extravaganza…
Stoa flourishes with dedication and perseverance

By Roan Enright ’13
THE ROUNDUP

Tim Stoa ’13 grabs his brown pastel and smears the soft color across his paper in hopes of perfecting the highlights in his newest portrait of Danica Patrick.

This scene has become a common occurrence for Stoa who has been a part of Ms. Debbie Cronin’s drawing class since freshman year.