Coach Heideman leaves lasting impression on students
By Andrew Marini ’13 THE ROUNDUP You’re walking through the Brophy mall when you notice a freshman doing pushups in the middle of the pathway. To an outsider this would seem strange, but to a Brophy student you immediately know coach Mr. Scott Heideman is close by. Mr. Heideman first started at Brophy in the Fall of 2007 when he was hired as a full-time substitute teacher, weight training coach…
Stress unavoidable for busy students

By Michael Moroney ’13 and Brian D. Brannon ’11
Nick Giancola ’12

Brophy student Nick Giancola ’12 is one of the busiest kids on this campus.

He is involved in an assortment of in and out of school activities along with taking multiple honors and AP classes.

As a person with things to do at every moment of every day, Giancola said it is important to find a balance because stress greatly affects him.

Galante reveals himself as true renaissance man

Brophy varsity football Defensive Coordinator Mr. Gary Galante is more than the tough specimen who lives in the basement of Loyola Hall.

In his youth, his life revolved heavily around the small church where his father was a minister. There he would sing with his family.

Gallagher respected as caring, loving volunteer

Most students know Ms. Christine Gallagher as one of Brophy’s two fulltime substitutes.

But there is much more to Ms. Gallagher than that. She graduated from Georgetown University, likes to read books, especially the “Harry Potter” series, prepare for her Understanding Catholic Christianity class and help the Office of Faith and Justice with tasks such as Loyola Project, immersion trips and revamping their Web site.