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Digging the Ditch

Mike Hansa, staff reporter

December 7, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Ahh senior ditch day, a high school tradition that has been carried on for generation after generation. When given this opportunity, how can you not take days off throughout the year. It’s a must! I know for a fact that seniors...

Party crashers face federal charges

Nick Kirkines, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

On Tuesday, November 24 two attention-seeking adults (Michaele and Tareq Salahi) crashed an invitation only dinner at the Whitehouse. Before being able to enter, the couple’s SUV was rejected at a secret service checkpoint. The...

Who wants to be an AP scholar?

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

November 20, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Welcome to “Who Wants to be an AP Scholar?” In this episode, one student will attempt to gain eight college credits, all while maintaining some mild form of a social life and balancing practices and matches for his sport....

Job market – outlook grim

Ian Pruett-Jones, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Have you ever asked your best friend if they want to hang out, only to be turned down because your friend had to go work? I know I have. Whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing, that example isn’t happening as much. There...

Academics vs. athletics

Jason Flam, Opinion Manager

November 20, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Every year students work hard to succeed at a high level in both academics and athletics. Colleges require high standards to participate in sports competitions while maintaining a respectable grade point average, so why shouldn’t...

Veteran’s day appreciation

Nick Kirkines, staff reporter

November 6, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Once a year the people of the United States honor the 24,900,000 veterans who have lived and died for America. Many people take this day to Bar-Be-Que and spend time with their family. Most veterans however take this day to...

To speak or not to speak, that is the question

Vince Arvis, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion

This past week at RB, two days of action were carried out. One of them was the Day of Silence for Pro-Life which occurred October 20th. Few students chose not to talk to try to make their point and support the pro-life cause....

Get that camera out of my face! Why RBTV needs to relax on the sidelines

Eddie Morrissey, Sports Manager

October 26, 2009

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Nothing can compare the energy you get from running through the huge banner on a cool Friday night onto the football field. All the players are pumped up and ready to play; they’re jumping around and shouting like crazy. Then...

Cutting the competition

Jason Flam, Opinion Manager

October 23, 2009

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Kyle Orton has Denver at 6-0. No, that isn’t a misprint. Jay Cutler has the Bears sitting somewhere in between Minnesota and Tennessee at 3-2. However, the fact of the matter is that Orton plays on a better TEAM. The Broncos ...

Orton getting last laugh in Denver

Charlie Morrissey, News Manager

October 23, 2009

Filed under Columns, Opinion, Sports

Since the Bears acquired Jay Cutler in a trade, Chicago has been in a sort of Jay Cutler craze. Try walking in Chicago without seeing a number six jersey, the third most popular jersey in the entire NFL. But why? Cutler has led...

Cutler – the man with a plan

Jason Flam, Opinion Editor

October 16, 2009

Filed under Opinion, Sports

3-1. A winning record. Two comeback victories. I would say that Jay Cutler’s performance has been good enough. Yes, the Green Bay game is still fresh in people’s minds. The four interceptions and lone touchdown that night...

Sports worthy of the Olympic dream?

Joe Sauer, Opinion Editor

October 16, 2009

Filed under Opinion

As you may have heard, golf and rugby were recently introduced to be apart of the 2016 summer Olympics in Rio de Jeneiro. But what sports should be included in the Olympics but are not? I have come up with a few good ideas that...

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