Brother Rice Coding and Computer Club is poised to meet next Tuesday, for its second meeting of the year. Coding Club is a great opportunity to learn programming principles after school. The club will be open for any and all interested students.
The year 2021 marked Coach Brian Badke’s end to his coaching career at Brother Rice. Badke has held the position of head coach for the past ten seasons. Although the Crusaders fell short of a state championship, it was certainly an outstanding […]
After a long year of the pandemic, Brother Rice is now able to celebrate Thanksgiving the right way. Many families are finally able to get together for the first time since 2019. The pandemic has changed many people’s lives.
With the Crusaders’ huge win over the Mount Carmel Caravan in the state quarterfinal game, Brother Rice was heading into Wheaton North territory. However, Jack Lausch was nursing a muscle contusion in his left leg all week. The Crusaders knew it was […]
This past week, I interviewed Coach Mark Klutcharch, teacher, sophomore football coach, and freshman basketball coach, about what it was like to play in a state championship game. Coach Klutch was a part of the 1981 state championship football team […]
On the night I submitted my first college applications, my immediate family along with my grandparents went out to dinner. Conversation was jovial, and my grandparents asked me numerous questions about college applications. The most interesting questions came from my grandfather. He […]
On Thursday, Nov. 11, the annual Veterans Day prayer service was held at Brother Rice. The prayer service is a time to acknowledge the brave men and women who put their lives on the line to serve their country.
Six students from Brother Rice signed their National Letters of Intent to play college baseball. The six students are Beau Polickey, Jake Fenton, Christian Holmes, Will Flanigan, Nick Daugherty, and Tom Verran. All of them are excited for the years to come […]
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 [...]
By Frankie Mesec ‘20 My artwork shows a superhero Crusader snapping a Marist Redhawk out of existence with the infinity gauntlet. I used an assortment of paints, colored pencils, and pastels to color the photo. The photo takes place on a football field to [...]