Students

Photo Essay: Spring Fling
Sophomore Max Fees ’17 organizes the Spring Fling whiteboard during the first hour Leadership class. By Brendan Burg ’17 SPECIAL TO THE ROUNDUP When the senior members of Brophy Student Council were asked the tough question, “What is going to be the footprint you leave behind on this campus?” on the annual Student Council retreat, the Spring Fling was born. After months of imagining and planning what this event would look like, it…
Photo Essay: Student Activities
Students practice their juggling skills on the lawn as part of Brophy’s new Juggling Club. By Bryce Owen ’17 SPECIAL TO THE ROUNDUP As soon as the bell rings, eager students rush through the halls and out the doors. Whether they are headed to a meeting for a club or just to hang out with friends, students participate in a wide variety of activities outside of the classroom. Brophy has…
Special Feature: Beyond the Bell
Photo by Alec Vick ’15 | Nick Park ’15 reads the U-Haul News in his office cubicle. Park works at the U-Haul Corporate Offices in Downtown Phoenix. Students are commonly involved on campus with a variety of Brophy sponsored activities. But one important aspect of becoming a well-rounded student is participating in activities outside of school. This month we take a look at what students, and even faculty members, are…
‘The Order: 1886’ boasts epic world, generic gameplay
“The Order: 1866″—Sony Computer Entertainment—for PlayStation 4 6 out of 10 By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP “The Order: 1886” is perhaps the most disappointing game I’ve played so far this year. Not knowing much about it except for the E3 trailer I watched last year, I entered the game with some amount of enthusiasm. “Werewolves and some sort of order; I could get into this,” I said. My…
Photos/Video: Students travel to Nogales for 1 day immersion experience
Photo by Christian Franco ’15 – An armed officer watches as a freight train prepares to cross the border from Nogales, Mexico into the United States. Brophy students traveled to Nogales, Mexico Feb. 6 on one of the school’s Kino Border Initiative immersion trips. Photos by Michael Abert ’15 & Christian Franco ’15/Video by Cameron Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP A small group of Brophy students and faculty members traveled to…
Fuller uses off season to fine tune offense, coaching
Photo by Alec Vick ’15 — Coach Fuller runs his team through practice a few days before their first round playoff matchup vs. Westview. By William Joseph Borders IV THE ROUNDUP Head varsity basketball coach Mr. Tony Fuller is starting his ninth year coaching for Brophy. “I think he is a great coach, knows a lot about basketball, and he’s experienced it for many years at every level.” Brock Brunkhorst…
Special Feature: Navigating Change
Photo illustration by Alec Vick ’15 | This year starts with many new changes students will navigate. Change, whether large or small, is an essential characteristic of the modern world, and students have to adapt in order to succeed. From new rules to new faculty to new facilities, Brophy continues to handle, respond to and create many changes. This month’s edition explores these recent changes, how the community has responded…
Audio: Students go to Lux coffee bar to do homework, relax
By Will Schubert ’15 & Hayden Corwin ’15 THE ROUNDUP Brophy students travel to Lux before and after school to find a place to hangout with friends, eat food, do homework and relax. Lux, located south of campus on the west side of Central Avenue, provides students with a unique environment where it is encouraged to do work and drink coffee.