• Students registering today to vote November 4

    Students registering today to vote November 4

    Niko Radicanin, Features Editor

    October 1, 2014

    This November, there are going to be big decisions and big changes made in Illinois. November 4, all registered voters can elect candidates for various positions in Illinois government. On top of voting for congressional and local seats in Illinois, there... READ MORE »»

    Illinois Senator Dick Durbin sits in the cabinet room of the White House. Durbin is up for re-election on November 4 and is running against Republican Jim Oberweis.

    Courtesy of MCT Campus (10/1/14)

  • POINT/COUNTERPOINT:  Spirit Fridays.  Too few?  Just right?

    POINT/COUNTERPOINT: Spirit Fridays. Too few? Just right?

    Molly Cunningham and Andrew Pilewski

    September 30, 2014

    POINT:  Let's have Spirit every Friday In order to encourage school spirit, Student Association hosts a monthly Spirit Friday competition between fifth hour classes.The class that has the most school spirit (determined... READ MORE »»

    Should SA measure spirit points every Friday? Or would the student body lose enthusiasm?

    Jimmy Nolter

  • Looking back at Homecoming 2014-15

    Looking back at Homecoming 2014-15

    Clarion Staff, Clarion Staff

    September 29, 2014

    Now that Homecoming 2014 is over, relive the fairy-tale story of the week here at Clarion.  Browse through our slideshow of all the key events, look back at the assembly and the talent show, read Clarion's editorial commentary on the election of Josh... READ MORE »»

    RB students cheering during the assembly.

    Caitie Rusen

  • Starting young key to sport’s success

    Starting young key to sport’s success

    Andrew Pilewski, Staff Reporter

    September 29, 2014

    As the RB swim team lifted the sectional championship trophy high last year, the whole of RB cheered. The swim team is one of the most successful sports teams at RB, but what makes them successful? With the swim team, the success can be traced back to... READ MORE »»

    Soccer Coach Danny Makaric looks on as the boys team practices. Many of the athletes have known Makaric from a young age.

  • Chromebooks, will we be spared?

    Chromebooks, will we be spared?

    Galen Alaks, Staff Reporter

    September 26, 2014

    Imagine this world: you go to Western Civ. and hop on a computer to research the French Revolution. Then you head over to Biology and find extinction rates of animals, followed by taking notes on your computer. You word process essays in English, take... READ MORE »»

    Unfettered screen time in school and at home. Is that such a good thing?

Ketchmark has an international magic touch

Trent as he entrances the crowd with a humorously hoax flute solo

Ketchmark has an international magic touch

Charlie Connelly, Staff Reporter

Every RB student eventually confronts this question:  what will I do with the rest of my life?  While many may not even know where to begin, RB Senior Trent James (TJ) Ketchmark has found the question an easy one, and one that did not arrive to him "out of thin air." In July, Ketchmark, a Brookfield...  Read More »

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments

For RB students, 9/11 has become history

Courtesy of MCT Campus (9/22/14)

Visitors spend time at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania to remember the downed flight from 9/11.

For RB students, 9/11 has become history

Isabelle Echevarria, Staff Reporter

September 11 is a difficult day for many people, so it is hard to realize that it has already been thirteen years since the Twin Towers went down, and it’s even harder to realize that the amount of RB students who truly remember it is dwindling. Typically, freshmen at RB are 14 years old, meaning...  Read More »

September 22, 2014 • 0 comments

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I wore a flannel shirt for a Clarion story and it was cool

I wore a flannel shirt for a Clarion story and it was cool

Zach Hundrieser, Lifestyles Editor

Flannel shirts.  A staple to society since the 17th century. But when the 1990’s grunge scene hit, that is when flannel shirts skyrocketed. Since that scene, flannels...  Read More »

September 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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STAFF EDITORIAL:  We just couldn’t wait for him to be king

STAFF EDITORIAL: We just couldn’t wait for him to be king

Clarion Staff, Clarion Staff

There are few people you will meet who are more widely admired than Josh Sylvie. His infectious laugh, heart-warming smile, and caring personality are all components that...  Read More »

September 25, 2014 • 2 comments

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SLIDESHOW:  RB vs. Naz (Football)

SLIDESHOW: RB vs. Naz (Football)

Cameron Shaw and Rachel Magee

Despite the disappointing outcome, if you missed the RB/Naz football game, you can still see some of the highlights here.  Check out Clarion's slideshow.

September 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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Negative points can mean positive spirit

Negative points can mean positive spirit

Robby Filec, Story Editor

The Homecoming Spirit Bone Contest has been a long standing tradition at RB, but many are unaware of...  Read More »

September 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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