Charles Dominguez

Badhaircut(s) bring together Bronco generations
By Carter Santini ’15 THE ROUNDUP Badhaircut(s), a Brophy and Xavier band composed of current and past students, played a show on Sept 23 at the Yucca Tap Room in Tempe. The band is the creative combination of juniors Will Olesiewicz ’16 and Devon McCauley ’16, alumnus Charles Dominguez ’14, and Xavier alumna Meg McCauley ’13. Olesiewicz switched between playing bass, guitar and clapping, the McCauley siblings both played guitar and sang,…
Spiritual diversity worth celebrating on campus
By Christian Guerithault ’14 & Charles Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP The Issue: Some people see Brophy strictly as a Catholic school. Our Stance: There’s religious diversity on campus, and that’s part of what informs our campus as a whole. With traditions and practices like morning prayer, monthly Masses and the daily Examen, Brophy has never shied away from its Catholic identity. As a school, we wear our label as a…
Journalists, newspapers allow open discourse on racial issues
The Issue: Racism continues to be a hot-button issue in America. Our Stance: Media can facilitate dialogue and candid conversation on this often inflammatory issue and shed further light on the problems we face today. A potentially controversial topic in any setting, race is typically considered a “red flag” issue in journalism. This does not mean journalists should shy away from the subject, but they do need to approach it…
Roundup podcast: Fourth edition preview
By Austin Norville ’15 THE ROUNDUP The Roundup staff met after school Jan. 30 to finish the fourth edition of The Roundup, which will feature a package on race. We discuss what students can expect from the edition when it released the second week of February. [mp3t track=”http://brophyroundup.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Roundup-Issue-4-Preview.mp3″ play=”Start me” stop=”Pause it” volslider=”y”]    
19 year-old mesmerizes with melancholy debut of new album
King Krule – 6 Feet Under the Moon   9.5 out of 10 By Charles Louis Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP “6 Feet Under the Moon” is nearly perfect. Archy Marshall, British 19-year-old King Krule, has been releasing music over the Internet since he was 16. In 2010, under the name Zoo Kid, he started to record music while attending the London School for Performing Arts & Technology—a high school with notable…
ASC offers opportunity to grow, give back to community
By Charles Louis Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP The Alumni Service Corps is a program designed to allow recent graduates of Jesuit high schools and universities the opportunity to fulfill a year of service as faculty members at Jesuit middle or high schools. This is the third year of the ASC program at Brophy. The start of the school year brings yet another group of Alumni Service Corps members to campus.…
Donlan makes Jesus, Yoda connection
Teacher’s Pet: Dr. Tom Donlan By Charles Louis Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Smith’s question from May’s “Teacher’s Pet”: Would you rather live in a world without your favorite food or live in a world where you have to eat your favorite food three meals a day, every day for your entire life? P.S.: What is your favorite food? Wow, that’s tough. I think I just have to lean towards…
Mr. Chambers cooks recipe for athletic success, multi-faceted Brophy career
By Charles Louis Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP Through Biology, numerous freshmen are introduced to Mr. John Chambers at the start of their Brophy career. Oftentimes, they know him simply as an instructor or only hear murmurings of his role as  athletic director. Although he’s a fixture on campus, plenty of students still know him merely as a science teacher, as opposed to the multi-faceted faculty member his profile proves him…