Mr. Mazzolini

Bioethics club highlights the importance of asking difficult questions
Art by Victor Beck ’20 | A comedic depiction of the first ever cloned sheep and its ethical controversies. Victor Beck ’20 THE ROUNDUP   The newly installed Bioethics club pushes students to thoughtfully think and debate the morality behind many biotechnological advances.  Club leader, Ari Mehta ’20, wants to turn the Bioethics club into a safe place where students can debate and assess the ethical morality to many topical technological advances.…
Unknown culprit hacks email, sends out ‘important document’
By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP Confusion ensued as Mr. Andy Mazzolini’s students received an email from his account at 9:49 a.m, Oct. 24, telling them to follow the link to Google Drive and sign in with their email usernames and passwords. “The way it was set up it looked really, really authentic,” said Mr. Jim Bopp, assistant principal for technology and instruction. “They set it up to have…
30 year veteran of teaching, Mazzolini delves into science
Teacher’s Pet: Mr. Andy Mazzolini By Jack McAuslan ’16 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Donlan’s question from the last edition: Would you rather be a plastic chicken soft taco or an upside down Rhinoceros? Upside down rhinoceros for sure.  Because I can always get myself up and go charging at things and so forth. How long have you been teaching? 30 years, this is my 30th year.  Each year is different. What…