BLAM

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…
New publishing office supports BLAM, teachers
By Reece M. Krantz ’16 THE ROUNDUP BLAM hopes to increase production value of its annual arts magazine this year with a new publication office, which also serves as faculty workspace. The workspace is near the west end of Brophy Hall’s second floor. Maintenance crews renovated the space this summer. Mr. John Damaso ’97 is an advisor to BLAM, otherwise known as Brophy Literary Arts Magazine, and the satirical newspaper…
‘Lucky Number 7’ leads to contest victory
By Jace Riley ’16 THE ROUNDUP  Brophy’s BLAM contest, Bronco Adventures, has a winner. The contest was to write a story about what Brophy students do. Justin Hegyi ’14 won with his story entitled: “Lucky Number 7” about choosing between what starter Pokémon to pick. The piece and the second place piece can be read on blam.brophyprep.org.
BLAM wins highest honor from national association

By Logan Hall ’14
THE ROUNDUP
Principal Mr. Bob Ryan received an email Tuesday, Jan. 17 informing him that the National Council of Teachers of English awarded BLAM, the Brophy Literary Arts Magazine, with the Highest Award rank in their 2011 NCTE Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines.

Literary magazine introduces online art site: BLAMO

Over the past two decades, Brophy’s literary art magazine has transitioned from “The Tower” to the “Magazine Formerly Known as ‘The Tower’” to now BLAM.

The magazine is continuing its tradition of transition by expanding onto the Internet with BLAM Online, better known as BLAMO.

“Our hope is that our Web site will be as popular if not more so than our publication,” said Jeramy Moschonas ’11, who is co-editor of BLAM with Michael Notistine ’11 and Beau Peterlin ’10.