While many Brophy students wonder what handbook-defying shenanigans the seniors in the class of 2010 will orchestrate next, a concerned minority frets about something with bigger implications than a Saturday JUG: Can the class of 2011 effectively assume the gap in leadership, school spirit and unity that will be left by the departing seniors?
If there existed somewhere within the depths of Romley Hall a CIA-like dossier documenting the activities of each class, it is not unreasonable to conclude that the class of 2011’s would be the thickest.
Yet despite our past wrongdoings, we are now being afforded a superb opportunity to emerge from any temporary reputation and create for our class a lasting and unique legacy.
When Robby Mayasich ’10, known as a giving and caring person his entire life, passed away he left behind a gift that would change lives.
He was an organ donor, or someone who gives their vital organs to medicine for a transplant in event of their death.
Mayasich died March 2 after he was struck by a car while running a relay race with friends several days earlier.
Nearly 2,000 people gathered together in St. Francis Xavier Church Monday, March 8 to say one final goodbye to Brophy senior Robby Mayasich ’10.
Mayasich died March 2 after he was struck by a car and sustained severe injuries while running the Ragnar Relay Race Feb. 27.
The church was filled to the brim with friends, family and Brophy faculty.
“He was who he was, always,” said Cooper Davis ’10 about his friend Brophy senior Robby Mayasich ’10. “And that is what made him so special.”
Mayasich died March 2 after he was struck by a car during a running race several days earlier. He was 18.
Friday, Feb. 26 a group of Brophy students along with others from around Arizona entered the Ragnar Relay. Ragnar is a race that starts in Prescott and ends in Mesa.