Romley

Former residential hall Romley serves as traditional heart of campus
By Austin Norville ’15  THE ROUNDUP As one of the original buildings on campus and now home of administrative and business offices, the Romley building is the foundation and support that makes Brophy run. The building that used to be the main Jesuit residence during the school’s early years has become the main office for principal, business offices and counselors. Students will often visit the building to meet with their…
Romley serves as residence, admin building
By Julian De Ocampo ’13 THE ROUNDUP While students roam the halls of Brophy’s various buildings each and every day, the aged halls of Romley Hall remain largely mysterious. Due to the minimum exposure students get to the building, the rumor mill often begins to turn in regards to the unexplored corners of one of the oldest buildings on campus. Romley, built at the school’s inception, is now 83 years…