When Greg Wirth ’13, recipient of the The Roundup’s 2013 “Man of the Year” award, was asked to detail some of his experiences at Brophy, he said, “My story’s really not that interesting.”
By Julian De Ocampo ’13 & Brett Mejia ’13
Sometimes, at the end of the day, all people need to see to be inspired is someone who can beat the odds and overcome adversity with determination and sheer will.
Take for example, Jocsan Tamayo ’11, 2011 winner of The Roundup’s Man of the Year award.
By Julian De Ocampo ’13
Sometimes the best way to react to tragedy is to do everything and anything.
Just ask Paul Pullin ’11, a 2011 runner-up for the Man of the Year award who occupied his time at Brophy by playing varsity golf for three years, singing in Honor Choir, joining the service-based National Honors Society and starring in a number of theater productions.
By Brett Mejia ’13
Brian Stevens ’11 has humbly become a state swimming champion and hopes to one day become a successful businessman.
Stevens is a runner up for this year’s Man of the Year award.
Running into senior Zayd Ahmed ’10 in the Information Commons for an interview, his kind and open heart was instantly apparent.
He has a certain humble nature that is very unique, and it is no wonder faculty and students nominated him for The Roundup’s Man of the Year award. The Roundup selected Ahmed as a runner-up for this year’s honor.
As Sal Guardiola ’10 walks through Brophy it’s not unusual for him to say “Hi” or give a friendly nod to many of the people he sees, from his friends to casual acquaintances to people he barely knows.
He has a quick wit and is almost always ready to share a laugh, but he’s also capable of being entirely serious.