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Wall in Freeman Arch raises awareness, inconveniences students
Photo by Josh Spano ’18 | A student walks through the wall in the Freeman Arch on October 26th, 2017. The wall was put up and monitored by Kino Teens throughout the day.  By Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Students came between a wall and a hard place on Thursday morning, as students a part of Kino Teens stood to patrol a wall they had recently constructed. Lines began to form…
Brophy Culture Project continues to expand campus diversity in 2017-2018 school year
Nelson Martinez ’18 addresses the Brophy Culture Project Club during a meeting on their club retreat on Friday Sept 8th, 2017. (Hunter Franklin/ The Roundup) By Alex Cannella ’19 THE ROUNDUP The Brophy Culture Project had over one hundred different students involved in its first year of formation and looks to attract even more this school year. On Aug. 11, students gathered in the Robson Gymnasium for an assembly to…
Musicians Exchange Club talks leadership, plans for coming year
New Musicians Exchange Logo drawn by Camden Andl ’19 By Camden Andl ’19 THE ROUNDUP After the graduation of previous Musician’s Exchange president Max Fees ’17, students have wondered what the music scene at Brophy will be like this year. English teacher and Musician’s Exchange moderator Mr. Lane McShane ’82 said that this year’s club has strong junior leadership that he thinks will help the club continue to succeed. “We’ve got…
Remembering the work of the first Roman Catholic President, John F. Kennedy, on his 100th birthday
Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19| English teacher and President John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theorist Mr. McShane poses next to his memorabilia of President Kennedy on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. By Hunter Franklin ‘19 THE ROUNDUP “Yes, I voted for Kennedy,” recalled Father Postell S.J., a Jesuit priest who performs masses at Brophy College Preparatory, of our first Roman Catholic United States president, John F. Kennedy from the election 57…
Honors Ignatian Encounter offers students reflective, community-based religion class
Photo by Manuel Mata-Flores ’19| Mr. Quentin Orem and Mr. Will Rutt teach their Honors Ignatian Encounter class during fourth period Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP This year, the religion department created the new Honors Ignatian Encounter class to offer students a way to complete an honors religion credit their Junior year and to complete their service hours for Ignatian Encounter. Mr. Quentin Orem, one of the co-teachers for the…
Swim begins road to 30
Photo by Hunter Franklin’19 | Spencer Blanchard ’20 dives into the water racing against Hamilton along side Xavier. Sept. Thursday 15 2017 By Rory Cunningham  ’18 THE ROUNDUP This coming season, the swim team has set its goals for another state championship, but they also know all the pressure that stands in their way. Senior Tim LaFave ‘18 said that there is not a lot of pressure to continue the…
Varsity football wins first game after last second two-point conversion
Photo by Viper Photos| John Waters ’18 scores a touchdown and is helped up by Xavier Juniel ’18. Brophy 28 Westview 27 By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Brophy picked up their first win on the road Friday Sept.1 at Westview improving their record to 1-2. After going for two with 25 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Brophy beat Westview 28-27. Marcus White ’19 had an interception and caused…
Editor’s Farewell: Journalism strengthens communities, left lasting impact on me
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 | Anthony Cardellini ’17 has worked on The Roundup staff for three years and completes his second consecutive year as Editor in Chief. By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP I still remember discussing scheduling with my parents as a freshman and not knowing which elective I would choose for sophomore year. I had narrowed it down to Journalism or Art and Architecture. Growing up, I…
Alpert named ‘Man of the Year’
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Will Alpert ’17 mounts a photo for AP Studio Art. Will has been named Man of the Year. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Will Alpert ’17 seems to always have a smile on his face. What is even more admirable is this year’s Roundup “Man of the Year” winner’s desire to put a smile on the face of others. Almost everything that Alpert…