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8 athletes commit to college sports

Photo by Ethan Broer ’19 | (Back row left ot right) Matt Leonard ’17, Matt Kempton ’17, Noah Pittenger ’17, (front row) Jack Blake ’17, Patrick Wintergalen ’17, Caleb Moore ’17 and  Rexx Tessler ’17 all pose for a photo after signing their letters of intent on National Signing day Feb. 1. Moore and Leonard […]

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Opinions

Larger emphasis on need-based college scholarships well justified

By Tyler Conrad ’17 THE ROUNDUP When looking at the base price of a college tuition, it’s easy to fall right out of your chair at how outlandish the numbers can be. Many people realize as a way to soften the blow of these numbers is the possibility of a scholarship in some form from […]

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News

Teachers, students weigh value of AP exam

By AK Alilonu ’16 THE ROUNDUP The Washington Examiner reported this summer that taking Advanced Placement exams barely helps your chances of college graduation.  The study it cited came from the National Bureau of Economic Research and was published May of last school year, when many students were taking these tests.  To some teachers, this was no […]

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Sports

College athletes should be paid for talents

Players would be able to provide money for families from the hard work they put in Commentary by J.P. Hajjar THE ROUNDUP A highly discussed topic today in the world of athletics is whether or not collegiate athletes should be paid for their participation in their respective sports. Every year, Brophy graduates become part of this […]

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Football Sports

Athletes should be required to finish college

Student-athletes receiving degrees at all-time high of 82 percent, still should be higher Commentary by Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Many college athletes forgo their final year or years of college to become a professional athlete, but with that choice comes a major risk they should not be willing to take. Each year a select […]

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Multimedia News

Audio: Seniors attend after-school college application help session

By Michael Norville ’15  THE ROUNDUP  Seniors gathered in the Information Commons Wednesday, Oct. 8 to receive help from counselors on the college application process.  

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Multimedia Sports

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 […]

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Sports

2 future college athletes commit to schools

By P. Erik Meyer ’14 THE ROUNDUP Ryan Castellani ’14 and Brad Nordstrom ’14 signed their letters of intent Nov. 13 at lunch in Harper Great Hall. Castellani committed to Arizona State a few weeks ago for baseball while Nordstrom committed to Farifield University about a year ago for lacrosse. By signing their LOI, their […]

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News

Santos counsels students towards college, beyond

By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Finding the right college and path in life is something that all high school students will experience. Having a college counselor guide you through the process can help alleviate stress and be a helpful tool for a student. Mr. Rey Santos is in his second year at Brophy and […]

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News

Economic realities impact students’ social, academic lives

By Julian De Ocampo ’13 THE ROUNDUP When the phrase “economic gap” comes up, it’s easy to get lost in numbers and figures. In reality, the differences in socioeconomic status manifest themselves in tangible ways that go beyond statistics, such as a student’s ability to maintain a social life or apply to college. Do costs […]

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