Entertainment

Hodge expresses life through illustration, animation

Photo by Camden Andl ’19 | A boxer delivers an uppercut to his opponent in an “Inktober” sketchbook illustration by Avery Hodge ’19. By Camden Andl ’19 THE ROUNDUP Many on the Brophy campus have seen the artwork of Avery Hodge ’19, but they may not realize the work behind each piece, and Hodge’s art in […]

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Tie tradition serves as a part of Brophy history

Photo illustration by Raymond Link ’20 | Brophy ties have been required for Mass since 1993. By Alex Cannella THE ROUNDUP  Brophy went through a rebranding year when Father Edward Reese S.J. took over as president in 1993. This idea of rebranding the school’s insignia would spark the creation of the Brophy tie. Before 1993, […]

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Agliano discusses dream trip, speaks on education

By Luke Odden ’21 THE ROUNDUP Ms. Freeman’s question from the last teachers pet: Did you always know you would be a teacher? No, I did not always want to be a teacher. If you told 18-year-old Mr. Agliano that he was going to be a teacher, he would have said that is ridiculous. But, […]

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“Lavatory” offers interactive art installation

Photo courtesy of The Lavatory | Customers wander in The Lavatory Ball Pit. By Ryan Loo ’21 THE ROUNDUP The Pit is unlike anything you’ve ever seen, or experienced, ever before. As the sixth room of an immersive and interactive art installation called the Lavatory, The Pit is an underground ball pit that Bill Tonnesen, […]

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Eclectic music options engage aficionados, encourage expression

Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Three members of the band play the guitar at Mass in Robson Gymnasium. By Peter Warner ’19 THE ROUNDUP  Different clubs and bands on campus allow students to express themselves through music. There are many different music clubs and bands on campus. One of the clubs is the Rap […]

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Loo uses creativity, work to convey stories

Photo by Victor Beck ’20 | Justin Loo ’19 works on upcoming piece transforming from original medium to animation. By Victor Beck ’20 THE ROUNDUP Justin Loo ’19 is an aspiring artist and comic illustrator who finds inspiration in telling stories through his work.  Loo’s artistic expression ranges from small doodles, to custom denim jackets, to large […]

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Rock reborn at the hands of alternative musicians

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons | Rock band Greta Van Fleet performs in their signature Led Zeppelin rock style. By Cooper Parson ’20 THE ROUNDUP With pop music being dominated by mostly synth heavy rap tracks, the rise in rock music is surprising to say the least.  Rock music never really left the scope of popular […]

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Tik Tok polarizes student body between fans and haters

Photo Illustration by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Brophy student watching popular Tik Tok-er, ryannyancosplay, in her iconic “Hit or Miss” video. By Ryan Loo ’21 THE ROUNDUP Tik Tok took the United States by storm on Aug. 2 when the Chinese company, ByteDance, merged with the popular lip-syncing app, Musical.ly. It became an immediate hit, […]

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Freeman discusses travel, love for birth country

Photo by Vipul Dua ’20 | Ms. Freeman teaches to one of her Honors Spanish classes in Brophy Hall. By Vipul Dua ’20 THE ROUNDUP Teacher’s pet interview with Ms. Rosalinda Freeman, Spanish Teacher Mr. Smith’s question from last teachers pet: If you could put any two historical figures together for a lunch, who would […]

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Musicians are inadequate role models for audience, songs have problematic messages

Photo by Miami-Dade County Jail | Rapper Lil Pump after being arrested in Miami, Fla.  By Jackson Moran ’21 THE ROUNDUP   Many modern musicians, through actions and lyrics, have failed to be proper role models for young people in today’s culture. Rappers, in particular those who make up the genre of “Gangsta Rap,” are […]

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