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Student YouTubers aim for more self-promotion, self-exposure
Photo by AK Alilonu ’16 – Houghton Mayfield ’18 (left) and Chaz Stackpole ’18 (right) each have run their own youtube channels, posting content ranging from gameplay to skits. By Henry Nallen ’18 THE ROUNDUP YouTube, the world famous video sharing site, is a tool many people, including many Brophy students use to promote themselves and their interests and hobbies. Though it has only been around for 10 years, YouTube…
McGovern excited to assume role as BLAM’s arts editor
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Patrick McGovern ’16 becomes BLAM’s new arts editor. By Cameron Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP Mr. John Damaso ’97 announced the new editing staff for the Brophy Literary and Arts  Magazine, better known as BLAM, Aug. 27. Mr. Damaso chose Patrick McGovern ’16, who has been on staff since his sophomore year, to be BLAM’s new arts editor. McGovern, previously the assistant arts editor, is…
Sophomore Olson nominated for Young Photographer of the Year
By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP Sophomore Gray Olson’s ’17 picture of the “Great Orion Nebula” earned him a chance to be crowned the Royal Observatory Young Photographer of the Year. His photograph will be published in a coffee table book with other nominees as they await the announcement of the finalists on Sept. 18. Overall, there were more than 2,500 entries in the competition hosted by the Royal Observatory…
Audio Story: Student authors write for hobby, success
By Austin Norville ’15 THE ROUNDUP Junior Anthony Gutierrez sat in the Brophy mall on a cold morning last December and pulled up a collection of creative writing on his computer. Gutierrez is one of numerous students on campus who pen original stories and keep a large folder on their computer full of writings. Some work to get their writing known and others write for hobby. Audio Story: [mp3t track=”http://brophyroundup.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Student-writers.mp3″…
Tech Saturates Student Life
iPads, smart phones, social media the new normal In this Package » Technology & Students • 1-to-1 computing offers students pros, cons • Mr. Pettit: ‘Possibilities are endless’ for Brophy technology • New website-based printers allow easier wireless printing • Students conflicted about texting and driving legislation • 1:1 computing enhance academic experiences • Students weigh best classroom tech tools • White uses new technology to help athletes recover • Students…
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…
Education reforms necessary for student, nation’s well being
Education inequality an injustice, major changes needed now By Jackson Santy ’13 THE ROUNDUP There are many things parents wish for their children: happiness, good health and friends, and of course, a quality education. However, a quality education is something that is hard to come by these days. Gross inequality of education is plaguing students nationwide. Being able to attend a private Jesuit school like Brophy, I along with my…
Notestine draws, acts his way into the arts

What is an artist?

Is it someone who can paint? Draw? Act? Write?

For senior Michael Notestine ’11, the answer is even more all-encompassing.

“Art is a platform for someone to react to the world around them,” Notestine said.