Frankie Pastor

OPINIONS: To tweet or not to tweet
Photo courtesy of Twitter. President Trump uses Twitter on a daily bases to get his views across to his followers.   Frankie Pastor ’20 THE ROUNDUP On Jan. 20, President Trump not only became the leader of the free world, but he also took over as a controversial steward of the most important virtual diary in the world–his Twitter account. Even with only 280 characters for each Twitter post, President…
A Look into the Work of Mrs. Karen Parise
Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Ms. Karen Parise talks about how she once coached the hockey team with no experience and got a win. Ms. Parise has been at Brophy for the last 18 years as a counselor.  By Frankie Pastor ’20 THE ROUNDUP For the past 18 years, Mrs. Karen Parise has influenced and inspired many students  to make their dreams come true. Mrs. Parise is Brophy’s licensed…
The Difference of Racial Backgrounds in the Brophy/Loyola Community
Photo by Josh Spano ’18 | Loyola students play with a soccer ball at lunch. Frankie Pastor ‘20 THE ROUNDUP Inside the Brophy community, Brophy and Loyola Academy have racially diverse student populations. However, the two schools have different demographic makeups. In the 2017-2018 school year, 24 percent of the student population at Brophy are of Hispanic/Latino background, while Loyola Academy is not. “In some cases, it is an inverse of Brophy…
Opinions: What both Parties are doing wrong
Illustration by Camden Andl ’19 By Frankie Pastor ’20 THE ROUNDUP One of the greatest characteristics of the United States is the ideal that everyone has a right to believe in whatever they want, to be whatever they dream and to be a part to a part of whatever political parties that they wish to be affiliated with. According to the latest Gallup poll, 26 percent of the overall population…