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Audio: Students, faculty feel called to action after Summit
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Mr. Ryan Hubbell speaks in the Summit workshop on Violent Masculinity. By Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Following the Summit on violence in early March, students and faculty say they feel called to action with the information they’ve been given.
Audio: Students go to Lux coffee bar to do homework, relax
By Will Schubert ’15 & Hayden Corwin ’15 THE ROUNDUP Brophy students travel to Lux before and after school to find a place to hangout with friends, eat food, do homework and relax. Lux, located south of campus on the west side of Central Avenue, provides students with a unique environment where it is encouraged to do work and drink coffee.
Audio: Walk between classes more than mundane
By Cory Wyman ’16 & AK Alilonu ’16 THE ROUNDUP Whether going from a classroom in Brophy Hall to a laboratory in Piper or from the gym to the parking lot, walking around on campus can be a tedious yet universal part of being a student at any school. Brophy is not an exception. The Roundup caught up with Krishna Sinha ’18 and Martin Eslava ’17 between classes one day in September for this “audio postcard.”…
Audio Story: UofA hoopsters transition from high school to college ball
By Austin Norville ’15 THE ROUNDUP  College basketball enters its most important and competitive part of the season, the NCAA National Tournament. In December the No. 1 team in the country, the University of Arizona Wildcats, caught a flight to Ann Arbor, Mich., for an early season game. During the flight players reflected on transitioning from high school to college basketball. Click below to listen to the story [mp3t track=”http://brophyroundup.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/U-of-A-Basketball-Players.mp3″…
Audio Story: Light Rail serves as more than transportation
By Garrison Murphy ’15 & Hayden Corwin ’15 THE ROUNDUP  Phoenix’s Metro Light Rail runs dozens of routes daily and thousands of people utilize it for transportation. For many riders though, the train has taken the shape of a shelter or place of refuge. The Roundup interviewed some of these individuals as well as  students who regularly ride the Light Rail. Listen to the audio story [mp3t track=”http://brophyroundup.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/LightRailAudio1.mp3″ play=”Start me”…