Graham Armkencht

‘The Last Jedi’ polarizes fans, serves as fitting eighth installment
Photo Courtesy of Disney | Star Wars The Last Jedi was released December 15 and is the 8th installment of the franchise. By Graham Armknecht ’18 7.5 out of 10 THE ROUNDUP There is no other way to write this: spoilers ahead for The Last Jedi. For a few, brief non-spoiler words: it’s a beautifully shot film, with many fulfilling moments. Furthermore, go see the movie, as it’s an important…
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…
Opinions: Diversity of thought serves as lifeblood of educational institutions
Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Our country is divided in many different ways. Republicans and Democrats, Pro-Life and Pro-Choice, Conservative and Liberal, Patriots or Jets, these are our different thought divisions. These viewpoints, and many more, make up a person and their thoughts. No two people are exactly alike, nor should they be. And who says that these differences in thought and opinion are bad for our country? It’s how…
Band In the Works making an imprint on campus
Photo by Cameron Bray ’16 – The band “In the Works” preforms in the Graham Plaza during lunch, Sept. 10. Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Over the last year, a band has become more relevant in Brophy culture; the alternative rock band In the Works. Their members include Noah Self ’18 on the drums, Gabe Morrison ’17 on the keyboard, Riley Morrison ’16 on bass, and Lou Dimuro ’16 playing…