Edmund Rice Camp is a great camp for students to participate in. Students are able to help kids participate in activities that they usually are not able to do regularly. The students are the leaders of the camp and they are counselors.
Two new inductees, Steven Parker and Tom Evans, were put into the Brother Rice Hall of Fame, just recently. Both of these men contributed above and beyond to the Brother Rice community in many different ways.
On Jan. 18, the Brother Rice Crusader hockey team took the ice vs the third place Benet Redwings. The Crusaders lost two prior meetings to Benet, but were determined heading into Thursday night’s game.
On Jan. 20, the Crusaders bowled in the hardest sectional in the state. The top four teams from four different regionals went head-to-head at Palos Lanes, combined with 40 solo bowlers in an individual category. The rules were simple: top six teams […]
Last Tuesday, the Brother Rice basketball team took on the Marist Redhawks in the Battle of Pulaski. This continued one of the most historic rivalries in Illinois high school sports history, and the game did not disappoint.
Brother Rice High School commemorated its Founders Day ceremony on Thursday, Jan 18. The event brought together students, faculty, and alumni to reflect on the school’s history. It has had strong impact on generations of students who have walked through the halls […]
Big goals and plans are ahead for the senior class. Many have great New Year’s resolutions, such as planning a successful last semester. The seniors, including me, are excited for the final semester and what is to come.
On Thursday, Jan. 11, the Crusaders took on the Redhawks in what would be one of the most anticipated matches of the season. Every year, people and students from around the area gather together to watch one of the most heated rivalries […]
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 [...]