Cory Wyman

Internet news often misleading, masked by spam
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Many websites use articles known as “click bait”, which often contain useless or false information, but attract viewers based on their flashy titles. By Isaac Myers ’18 THE ROUNDUP Have you ever read an article and wondered: was that even news? Most likely you have due to the increasing Internet nonsense sites that portray false or useless information. Do we really need to know…
Photos: Grad, innovator Ebeling speaks to student body
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Mick Ebeling ’88 prepares to shoot a freethrow at the assembly, April 28, after being called out by Fr. Reese. Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – During the Q & A section, Mick Ebeling ’88 expanded on his ideas for future projects, and explained what one could do to learn more about them. Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Detailing his ideas to help…
Audio: Walk between classes more than mundane
By Cory Wyman ’16 & AK Alilonu ’16 THE ROUNDUP Whether going from a classroom in Brophy Hall to a laboratory in Piper or from the gym to the parking lot, walking around on campus can be a tedious yet universal part of being a student at any school. Brophy is not an exception. The Roundup caught up with Krishna Sinha ’18 and Martin Eslava ’17 between classes one day in September for this “audio postcard.”…
Audio Story: Students, faculty relive frightening tales
By Brendan Hinkle ’16 & Cory Wyman ’16 THE ROUNDUP Everyone has heard a good ghost story in their life, or some other frightening tale that kept them up at night. Not all scary stories are from campfires though. Many people have had experiences with scary situations you might usually find in Hollywood. The Roundup talked to some people around campus about their scary experiences. Click below to listen to…
Cast, crew of ‘The Crucible’ practice daily for their premier
By Cory Wyman ’16 THE ROUNDUP The fall play to be featured in the Black Box Theatre this year is “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. The play will run on Nov. 6, 7, 9, 13, 14 and 16. The cast has been practicing daily, and will continue to practice their roles up to and in-between the shows. Van Cummerford ’14 stars as the protagonist, Proctor, while Julia Dooley ’16 is…
McMurry races formula cars, follows in father’s footsteps
By Cory Wyman ’16 THE ROUNDUP During the first weekend in October while most students attend the Homecoming Dance Matt McMurry ’16 was in Texas for a race in the USF2000 series. Driving a race car. McMurry currently races cars in the IMSA Lites and USF 2000 series, and has been racing since age four, after his father encouraged him to start. His father, Chris McMurry, used to race in…
Cross Country team places fifth to start season, looks to improve
Team embarks on retreat to Manresa in hopes of turning season around By Cory Wyman ’16 THE ROUNDUP The 2013-2014 cross country season officially began for Brophy with their first event of the year at the Sole Sports Invitational, Sept. 2. The team has 68 runners on their roster and roughly 35 returning runners. This no-cut sport includes runners of all abilities and ages this year. “While this is not…
New faculty bring diverse experience, talent to community
New teachers boast various BCP connections Cory Wyman ’16 THE ROUNDUP There are a number of new teachers this year with a variety of experience and connections to the school. This group includes Mr. Chris Stevens ’85, Ms. Breanne Toshner and Mr. Kevin Burke. Mr. Burke comes to Brophy after having taught at Desert Mountain for 10 years. Ms. Toshner is teaching for the first time this year, and Mr.…
Infinity Ward tries new features in ‘CoD: Ghosts’ multiplayer.
Cory Wyman ’16 THE ROUNDUP “Call of Duty: Ghosts” is rated M for Mature by the ESRB Infinity Ward revealed the 10th multiplayer installment of the Call of Duty series, “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” Aug. 14 in Los Angeles, Calif. Treyarch released the ninth installment, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2,” last year, and now it is Infinity Ward’s turn to contribute to the decade-long dynasty of first-person shooters. It…