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Gardening club emerges from dormant season

Garrison Murphy ‘15 THE ROUNDUP John Sittu ’15 stares intently at the newly blossomed tomato plants in the garden behind the Great Hall. “You can always tell if a tomato needs more water… the leaves tend to shrivel a bit,” Sittu said. Sittu is the head student leader of the Gardening Club, which has received […]

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Student body, administration call for immigration reform

By Garrison Murphy ’15 THE ROUNDUP A letter sent out by Principal Mr. Bob Ryan in September regarding activism for immigration reform struck a chord within the student body. The purpose of the email, originally sent Sept. 19, was to inform students and faculty of the upcoming events immigration reform. In the email, Mr. Ryan […]

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Parking rules create demand for more space

By Garrison S. Murphy ’15 THE ROUNDUP The requirement of carpooling to school just became more important. This year the administration is tightening their parking regulations, and it might be necessary. The “West Lot,” the dirt parking lot across Central Avenue, is being developed and no longer available for student parking. Many students are aggravated […]

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Students conflicted about texting and driving at legislature

By Garrison S. Murphy ’15 THE ROUNDUP Many people are concerned that a lack of a “texting and driving” ban in Arizona state legislature is putting them at risk. Multiple bills involving the texting and driving issue have been pushed through to the state senate, but not one has passed. Anti-texting and driving laws are […]

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Big Brother watches while Phoenix rallies

Garrison S. Murphy ‘15 THE ROUNDUP Anonymity has always been a common practice on the Internet. Or so we think. Whether you are a “conspiracy theorist” or not, lately many allegations have surfaced that may challenge the trust you hold in the Government. After coming out to the public with information regarding the alleged warrantless […]

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