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Special Feature: What’s your style?
Every aspect of our experiences as students—the way we dress, the music we listen to, the food we eat, the sports we play—is a product of our various personalities and styles. But for something that so much defines us, we rarely stop and think about style in and of itself. More and more often, students find themselves trying to fit in instead of stand out. This edition is dedicated to…
Feature: 2016 Summit on Violence
Illustration by Miguel Montanez-Aragon ’16 The Summit on Human Dignity is an annual event sponsored by the Office of Faith and Justice. Running for two weeks in March, the Summit aims to focus on an issue of national importance through the lens of the Catholic faith. Featuring workshops and presentations hosted by guest, faculty and student speakers, the Summit looks  not only to identify problems related to the topic, but…
Special Feature: Defining School Spirit
Photo by Noah Rodriguez ’17 | Brophy fans cheer Oct. 17 against Chaparral. Brophy defeated Chaparral 17-9 in a home game played at Camelback High School. School spirit is an integral part of any school community and Brophy is not an exception. To some, school spirit means cheering at football games. To others it is participating in arts and academics. In this edition of The Roundup we explore the various ways…
Traditions play role in student, campus life
Traditions play a significant role in many communities and Brophy is not an exception. In this issue, The Roundup exposes many of the rich traditions that students experience in the classroom, on the field and at home. With its inception 85 years ago, our school has developed exponentially alongside our students ability to keep old traditions alive while creating new ones both on campus and in their own lives. Click…
Feature Package: Service efforts develop Role Models

When we were younger, we looked to role models to inspire us to change the world, hoping one day we could become firefighters, astronauts, doctors or presidents and make everyone’s lives a little easier.

Dreams may have shifted with time, but that does not mean this quest is over.