Cameron Henderson-Cole

Lenox moves on after eighteen years to study DNA sequences in dogs, humans
By Cameron Henderson-Cole ’20 THE ROUNDUP Ms. Cheryl Lenox has announced her departure from Brophy after this academic school year, following 18 years teaching biology. Ms. Lenox has been teaching science for 35 years and joined the Brophy staff in 2000. She said that she will be leaving to work in biotechnology, where she will be comparing the DNA sequences of dogs and human in order to improve the lives…
Peruvian students leave impact
Photo by Manuel Mata-Flores ’19 | Ryan Schmit’19 talks to his preuvian student, insert name here, over a book in his ethics class during period one on Friday Feb. 16, 2018. By Cameron Henderson-Cole ’20 THE ROUNDUP Peruvian students came to Arizona and lived the life of a Brophy student from Feb. 3 to Feb. 19. After their time in Arizona, some travelved to Los Angeles or others returned home.…
Rap Club continues to grow
Cameron Henderson-Cole ‘20 THE ROUNDUP Religion teacher Mr. Quentin Orem and Michael Rowe ‘18 formed The Rap Club last year and it meets every Monday in Eller 210 at lunch. Members face off in head to head battles and the spectators vote on the winner. Rowe, the founder of the club presented the idea to Mr. Orem last year and they named it Freestyle Rap Club. “We started a freestyle rap…
Stevens still recovering, missed by community
By Cameron Henderson-Cole ’20 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Chris Stevens, coach and math teacher experienced a stroke last year and hasn’t been to Brophy since. Mr. Jose Leyba ’94, wrestling coach with Stevens, said he had attended Stevens’ 50th birthday. “I was amazed to see how far he had come, he was walking without a cane,” Mr. Leyba said. “His continued hard-work and dedication to be back at Brophy shows how…