Manuel Siguenza

Pearce is not the only problem Arizona faces

By Manuel A. Sigüenza ’12
Arizona voters made history Nov. 8 when they successfully recalled Russell Pearce, President of the Arizona Senate, from office.

He lost to Republican candidate Jerry Lewis, a Mesa resident with experience as a superintendent of the Sequoia Charter School.

Students need to respect women, stop sexism

By Manuel A. Sigüenza ’12

Throughout these past three years at Brophy, I have gained a sense of brotherhood with my peers and am continuing to learn what it is to be a man for others.

But as I and other students learn these concepts, sexism is a struggle that keeps us from reaching these ideals.

Since Brophy is an all male institution with a few female faculty members, women are not a common group of people around during the school day.

New NBC show ‘Outsourced’ is a funny culture shock

By Manuel A. Sigüenza ’12

Being a fan of NBC’s Thursday comedy lineup of shows, it was a no brainer for me to watch the premiere of the network’s newest addition, “Outsourced.”

After watching the pilot of this show that stands next to powerhouses like “30 Rock,” “The Office” and second-season “Community,” it seems like the sitcom will come together slowly but surely.

The comedy, featuring newcomer Ben Rappaport, Diedrich Bader and Rebecca Hazlewood, is worth spending 30 minutes watching.