The Bears season that was

Dave Skowronski, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2011

The Chicago Bears season ended on a bad note.  They made it all the way to the NFC Championship game, but lost to conference rival and 2010 Super Bowl Champions, the Green Bay Packers. The Bears finished this year 11-5. The...

A championship to Chicago?

Charlie Morrissey, Sports Manager

November 30, 2010

The goal of every team and every player in sports is to win a championship. A team’s success is defined by how many championships they have won, and a player’s legacy is not complete until he has led his team to a championship....

Cutler unseated as Bears defeated

Charlie Morrissey, Sports Manager

October 6, 2010

The Bears entered Sunday night’s game against the Giants as one of two 3-0 teams left in the NFL. When all was said and done, they left with two injured quarterbacks and their first defeat of the season. Jay Cutler was unable...

Bears top Packers in age old rivalry

David Skowronski, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2010

Its been a rivalry that’s been going on since 1921: the Chicago Bears and Greenbay Packers.  Some of the game’s greatest like Bart Star, Ray Nitshki , Walter Payton and Mike Ditka have all been a part of the long and fierce...

Blood drive and surprise guests collect 109 pints

Danielle Sanchez, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2009

At RB’s first 2009-10 blood drive, 109 pints of blood collected. There weren’t enough pints of blood to hit a record, yet Student Association sponsor, Angela Ziola said, “The numbers were great with the condition of the...

Orton getting last laugh in Denver

Charlie Morrissey, News Manager

October 23, 2009

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...

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