Jackson Moran

Celebrities leave legacy of positivity, convey messages missing today
Photo courtesy of Bernard Dupont | Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter, waves to a crowd after performing an educational performance with a crocodile at the Australia Zoo. By Jackson Moran ’19 THE ROUNDUP For over fifty years, children’s television has had a Renaissance with programming directed towards children diversified to include nature shows, educational shows and purely fun based programming. Lessons instilled in our malleable child brains by the hosts…
Schmidbauer discusses prior Jesuit education
Photo by Jackson Moran ’21 | Mr. Andrew Schmidbauer ’88 teaches spelling-changing verbs to his Honors Spanish 2 class. By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Agliano’s question from the last teacher’s pet,”What is your favorite part about teaching at a Jesuit School?” There’s a lot of things that I like. I think its because the best part is that you don’t just have to focus on having kids become…
Sickness comes to school, absences on the rise
Photo illustration by Raymond Link |Brophy student uses several tissues to try to clear his nose. By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP Throughout the first semester, reported absences due to sickness rose, likely as a result of ill students continuing to go to school and infecting others.  There have been many pathogens making course through Brophy, including whooping cough and hand, foot and mouth disease, yet infected students often go…
Brophy Student Theatre, Write Life Club produce, perform original theatrics
Photo courtesy of Sarah Fox ’19 | The cast of The Bronco Room, a BST original sketch comedy show, on opening night. By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP Brophy Student Theatre (BST) collaborates with the Write Life club in order to present creative shows and programs on the Brophy artistic stage.  The two clubs work together to make authentic student written, produced, performed and directed theatre.  Membership between the two groups…
Wade becomes new head Athletic Trainer, provides needed care
Photo by Jackson Moran ’21 | New athletic trainer, Mrs. Danelle Wade, works on Patrick Grindey ’20 in the athletic training room. By Eric Lindholm ’19 and Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP This past year, the Sports Medicine and Athletic Training department was bolstered by the addition of new staff to satisfy the expanding sports landscape at Brophy. The program, originally headed up by Mr. Chris White, added Mrs. Danelle…
Loyola Project vans provide a unique, fun experience
Photo by Mark Rossbach ’21 | Students board the LP busses on their way to on of their service sites. By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP For the past twenty years or so, almost all Brophy students have had one similarity: a love/hate relationship with the Loyola Project vans. The Loyola Project (LP) vans were a shining example of frugality on campus, as they were purchased brand new in 1999…
Speech and Debate team burglarized in San Francisco
By Jackson Moran ’20 THE ROUNDUP On January 21st, the Brophy speech and debate team was away at a tournament in Oakland, California when three students and one teacher had their car burglarized. The group was heading to the airport, and decided to stop at a restaurant in San Francisco when the SUV’s windows were broken and numerous items and bags were stolen.  “Generally on the last day of Speech…
Students do not let Type 1 diabetes interfere with passions
Photo by Jackson Moran ’21 | Diego Avocado-Garcia ’21 checks his blood sugar during lunch. By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP Brophy has many students on campus whose diabetes permeates most aspects of their routine. Diabetes affects over 200,000 people under 20-years-old in the United States, according to Beyond Type 1, a nonprofit that educated people on Type 1 diabetes. Diego Acevedo-Garcia ’21 is one of these diabetic students. Born in…
Self-driving cars come to AZ, possibly cause concern
The Autonomous Uber vehicle after having collided with a pedestrian on March 18, 2018 in Tempe, Arizona. By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP The idea of self-driving, autonomous cars has flourished and grown over the past few years in the cities of Phoenix and Tempe.  At both the municipal and state level, large companies such as Google, with their subsidiary Waymo, and Uber are investing in self-driving technology testing in…
OFJ hopes to promote faith in clubs, designates patron saints
Photo by Jackson Moran ’21 | The wall of patron saints outside of the SAC depicts the patrons of numerous clubs. Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP   Last October, as the Catholic feast day of All Saints Day approached, the Office of Faith and Justice (OFJ) sought to bring the lives and message of the saints to clubs. Wanting to get people more familiar with the saints, the OFJ decided…