Logan Hall

Tymins determined to succeed in the world of golf through diligent practice
By Logan J. Hall ’14 THE ROUNDUP To the members of Paradise Valley Country Club, some normal sights consist of kids splashing in the pool, endless rows of golf carts and Austin Tymins ’13 on the putting green. He spends countless hours on the driving range perfecting his strokes and earning his team nickname “the hammer.” Paradise Valley country club regular Phil Meyer ’14 said that he sees Tymins on…
Broncos react to national SAT drop
By Logan Hall ’14 THE ROUNDUP This year’s national SAT scores have fallen to the lowest they have been at since 1972, according to the College Board. “I believe that our nation’s SAT reading scores are so low because books are not an important part of curriculum for most public schools,” said Dylan Dinan ’14. Dinan said that reading more is a solution to the problem. “Students would have a…
Showcase assembly shines light on student talents
By Logan J. Hall ’14 THE ROUNDUP The Student Council’s first showcase assembly Nov. 1 was designed to leave students with a greater understanding of what Brophy’s fine arts has to offer. Mr. Tony Oldani said he thought that the assembly was a success. “It was fantastic from beginning to end,” Mr. Oldani said. The assembly opened with an acoustic interpretation of PSY’s “Gangnam Style” by student council members Jeff Bennett ’13 and Keaton Leander ’13, followed…
Oldani introduces showcase assemblies
New showcase assemblies introduced to spotlight students By Logan J. Hall ’14 THE ROUNDUP This year, students will see a new form of assemblies called showcase assemblies. These assemblies will be held once a semester and will focus on teams, clubs and students who would not usually be recognized during rallies. Director of Student Activities Mr. Tony Oldani is behind the project and has been working with Student Council on…
Student voters feel inspired to stray from parents’ preferences
Some seniors buck household alliegence with personal opinion By Logan J. Hall ’14 & Michael Moroney ’13 THE ROUNDUP A small group of Brophy students will have the privilege of voting in the 2012 Presidential Election, and some will clash with their parents. Most students have been politically influenced by their parents’ political leaning towards either the left or the right. These 18-year-old students will have the chance to make…
Political clubs look to make impact on campus
Young Democrats, Teenage Republicans prepare for the upcoming elections By Logan J. Hall ’14 THE ROUNDUP In anticipation for the upcoming presidential election, political clubs at Brophy have already started to campaign. Leading the way for campaigning are the Young Democrats and the Teenage Republicans. The Young Democrats have started planning a voter registration club and also frequently volunteer at the local Democratic Headquarters. Club president Austin Tymins ’13 has…