Roan Enright

Admissions office searches for diverse qualities in applicants
By Brett A. Mejia ’13 & Roan Enright ’13  THE ROUNDUP With Director of Brophy Admissions Mr. Mike Ward’s 14th year of working in the Admissions office coming to a close, he recently wrapped up the decision process by sifting through 600 freshman applications and selecting the top 360 to 380 applicants for the class of 2017. But it’s not just up to Mr. Ward to make the final decision…
Radcliffe documents life through his lens
By Roan Enright ’13 THE ROUNDUP When almost any Brophy related event occurs, Dalton Radcliffe ’13 can be found quietly documenting the event with his camera. Radcliffe, who is in the AP Studio Art Photography class, started taking pictures in the eighth grade after his brother’s interest in photography. “I think I got into photography when I saw my brother go take a couple of star trails and seeing the…
Architecture class builds new foundation for students
By Roan Enright ’13 THE ROUNDUP Students pile into the faculty room at the top of Eller each fifth period to be a part of the one of the newest classes at Brophy, Architecture. At the beginning of the year Mr. Noah Lewkowitz ’98 introduced the new curriculum based on his former profession. “I feel like I wanted to continue to bring the things I like about architecture to Brophy.…
Kush’s music blossoms, paints pictures for listeners
By Roan Enright ’13 & Charles Louis Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP Wherever music is playing on campus, Nick Kush ’13 is likely to be nearby. Having been a part of several projects over the course of his high school career, Kush is one of Brophy’s most recognizable musical performers. Kush operates mainly as a guitarist and a drummer but is not afraid of venturing outside of these instruments. Although he had been playing the guitar…
Leander, Hoffman paint picture of Red Army
By Julian De Ocampo ’13 & Roan Enright ’13 THE ROUNDUP Every army needs its generals. This fall, the stands at Phoenix Community College stadium swelled with The Red Army, Brophy’s student cheering section. But a select few stood proud at the front, leading the pack through high-energy chants and amplifying the energy through the crowd. Keaton Leander ’13 and Nate Hoffman ’13 are two of the many who paint their bodies at football…
Packed venues of musicians fill FAE schedule
By Julian De Ocampo ’13 & Roan Enright  ’13 THE ROUNDUP Waves of instruments flooded onto campus for the annual four-hour long Fine Arts Extravaganza held Nov. 20 The FAE served as a showcase for the musical talents of hundreds of students across all grade levels. Choirs, orchestra and individual instrumentalists including, accordionist Michael O’Gara ’14, played in the Chapel. The larger Black Box Theater was home to many of…
Wehn uses charcoal as medium of expression
By Roan Enright ’13, Aakash Jain ’14 & Brett A. Mejia ’13 THE ROUNDUP Gus Wehn ’13 meticulously scrapes the flaky black charcoal over his newest piece of art, a unique interpretation of “Under My Thumb” by The Rolling Stones. Intently focused, Wehn’s eyes never waver for longer than a moment from the task at hand. Such dedication is not exclusive to this specific instant. Wehn has sought all year…