dress code

OPINIONS: Jeans should be on campus
By Collin McShane ’19 THE ROUNDUP Brophy should consider allowing jeans on campus because they’re convenient, warm and frankly there isn’t a whole lot of reason not to only have them. Despite the rule, many students still wear them. Either because there’s no real fundamental differences from jeans to what we can wear or because of an overwhelming indifference to their existence on campus. Whichever it may be it proves…
Bow ties add style to student Mass attire

By Julian De Ocampo ’13

Bow ties add style to student Mass attire

“A list of bow tie devotees reads like a Who’s Who of rugged individualists,” a 2010 article in The New York Times once explained.

Back to Campus: End of buck-a-jeans days one of several changes

School also institutes new attendance policy, parking restrictions in north lot

As a new school year rolls around, many rules and policies remain the same, but several regulations in the Brophy Handbook, dealing with student parking, attendance and dress code, have changed.
For starters, the administration decided to do away with buck-a-jeans and buck-a-jersey days. In addition, the “only approved game day attire” for athletes now is Mass dress or their jersey worn over a collared shirt, according to an e-mail from Dean of Students Mr. Jim Bopp.