Voting

Students look to November vote while faculty reflect
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 | Greyson Beck ’17 and Ms. Susan Maynard show off voter ID cards. By Hunter Franklin ’19 THE ROUNDUP Voting is a rite of passage. For at least some Brophy students this November will be their first time to vote for a U.S. president. Clinton or Trump? Voters, whether conservative, liberal, or independent will have some serious decisions to make this presidential election. “I think that…
1st time voters to hit polls Nov. 6
By Nick May ’13 THE ROUNDUP Voters will hit the polls Nov. 6 to vote in one of the most polarized elections in modern history. This means some of Brophy’s upper classmen will be able to vote for the first time. “I’m very excited to vote in this election,” said Dylan Temple ’13, a senior voting for the first time this fall. This campaign has been called one of the…
Student voters feel inspired to stray from parents’ preferences
Some seniors buck household alliegence with personal opinion By Logan J. Hall ’14 & Michael Moroney ’13 THE ROUNDUP A small group of Brophy students will have the privilege of voting in the 2012 Presidential Election, and some will clash with their parents. Most students have been politically influenced by their parents’ political leaning towards either the left or the right. These 18-year-old students will have the chance to make…