José Acuña

Brown Bag Club offers care packages to homeless
By José Acuña ’20 THE ROUNDUP After seeing a homeless person begging for money, Dawson Dewar ’19 decided to start the Brown Bag Club, which delivers “care packages” containing basic necessities for those on the streets. The basic necessities consist of everyday supplies like toothpaste and soap. Just recently, they have added Valley Metro bus passes to the brown bags. “The way the club works is that we meet once…
Yoga Nidra offers students an escape from stress
Photo by Josh Spano’18 | Students sleep in the former Brophy weight room as part of the Yoga Nidra Club on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. The Yoga Nidra Club currently meets once a week and students are encouraged to rest and relax. By José Acuña ’20 The ROUNDUP At lunch on Tuesdays in the Loyola Hall Weight Room, any students can participate in guided yoga meditation with the ultimate goal…
Do Immersion Trips Change Who We Interact With?
Jose Acuna ’20 Cooper Parson ’20 THE ROUNDUP Brophy gives its students many opportunities to branch out and expand their horizons of other cultures. From Kino Border Initiative to the Peru Exchange, these opportunities give us the chance to see the world from a different view. But do they really make us more diverse as a community? We go out and immerse ourselves into a world different than our own,…
Garcia steps up to plate, takes over varsity baseball as head coach
Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19| Coach Josh Garcia stands in front his plans for practice. By José Acuña ’20 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Josh Garcia ’07 graduated from Brophy and first began to play baseball at the age of three This year, he returns as Brophy varsity baseball in his first season as head coach. “I played a variety of sports while growing up but it was always baseball that stuck…