Brother Rice


Book Honors Winningist Coach, Benefits Suicide Prevention Efforts At Brother Rice

Lynch also uses the book, which costs $10, to mark the life of Cullen Haffey, a Brother Rice student and football player who committed suicide in 2012.

CBS Detroit–05/19/2014

WSU Campus

Wayne State Police Recommending Changes To Stadium Policy After Fight

The fight broke out between people who Police Chief Tony Holt says were not affiliated with either school playing.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/27/2012

Troy Firm Gives Marian High State's Fastest Web Access

For the 2010 school year the Troy-based Internet service provider Waveform Technology LLC is completing new fiber optic construction to provide gigabit Internet access to Marian High School in Bloomfield Hills, along with Brother Rice […]