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The Crusaders had a huge win Friday night beating the Mount Carmel Caravan 20-13 to cap off an unheralded six-game spring football season. Senior Night was a great success honoring the 20 seniors for all their hard work and dedication.
Sometime throughout the academic school year, students who take a look out of their classroom window might happen to see a surprise out in the main courtyard at Brother Rice. Once a year, a new family of gosling appear in the courtyard, […]
In nearing an end to a hectic school year, and in the spirit of approaching a longly awaited summer break, the Edmund Rice Camp team prepares to make its final push in preparation for the summer camp ahead!
Looking back on my last two years as a member of Brother Rice TV, I’ve realized that I would not be here without a few teachers, students, and moments. These memories both defined my high school experience and shaped my future plans.
The Crusaders have been through a crazy year. COVID-19, masks, hybrid learning, and scrambled sports schedules have already created a very different experience for students than in years past. Prom is only a few weeks away, and it will not be spared […]
The Brother Rice Soccer program found their third win of the season on Senior Day. Brother Rice beat the Montini Catholic Broncos 2-1 at Coach Tom Mitchell Field. This was the last game of the Crusaders season after a positive COVID-19 test […]
One thing I’ve always admired about Paul McCartney is how much he embraces new generations of music. McCartney has collaborated with everyone from Michael Jackson to Kanye West and Rihanna. The former Beatle has managed to adjust to the ever changing music […]
By Seamus Quinn ‘21 Greetings my fellow Chiberians! I hope this message finds you well. I am currently writing this from the safety of my igloo manor that I built three weeks ago when a snowplow buried me in the wonderful wintry weather we [...]
By Danny Wallace ‘21 The Miltons were like every other family from their area: Irish Catholic, blue-collar, family-oriented. Their two-story, red brick house in the middle of Chicago mimicked these traits. They were just like us, which is why the horrifying accident of late [...]
By Declan McGuire ‘20 On Jan. 21, 2020, the Crusader basketball team traveled to Marist High School in the Battle of Pulaski. In a hard fought victory, the Crusaders came out on top, defeating the Redhawks 55-47. Senior guard Rico Powell lead the way [...]
By Ken Foyle ‘20 Over the past few days, I have been searching the southwest suburbs for the best-decorated houses. From Oak Lawn to Palos Park, these houses display a collective festivity and tasteful assortments of lights, wreaths, and statues. Some houses featured a [...]
By Declan McGuire ‘20 The 2019 Brother Rice basketball has been off to a solid start this season with a winning record of 4-2. On Friday, they pulled off a huge conference win against rival St. Rita. Senior Deandre Hagan was a key factor [...]
By Connor Leibforth ‘20 The 2019 Brother Rice football team has been something different. After finishing the season at only 5-4, the Crusaders knew they had something to prove. Finishing the season in the semifinals, but upsetting three straight teams to get to that [...]