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  1. Brebeuf is a Catholic school, but it is not a "parochial" school. It is a Jesuit-affiliated school run by a private board of directors.
  2. Mishawaka at Cathedral

    For the Mishawaka fans (of legal drinking age) making the trip down for the game: the Flat 12 Brewery is just a couple blocks away from Tech H.S., and I'd highly recommend a pre-game stop off at their tasting room for a pint or two of the Pogue's Run Porter.
  3. I have zero idea of what the comparison might show, but I would be very interested in seeing some similar statistical comparison for full and partial academic scholarships (recognizing that the football players are a subset of the group being analyzed). I wonder, for those parents whose ultimate goal is money to pay for a college education for their kid, how many would be better off spending money on SAT prep classes or music lessons and band camp, as opposed to off-season football stuff.
  4. Ly, this exchange reminds me of a funny story. My middle son, who played for St. Joe in the 2007 game, lives here in Indy now. This summer we took a bike ride up the Monon Trail, and as we passed through the area near Kessler Boulevard, I mentioned to him that this was Chatard stomping grounds. He looked at the posh homes we were passing, and made a remark along the lines of, "It can't be. I don't see the coal mines where all the 'blue collar' Chatard families mentioned on the GID work."
  5. So we are to believe that the GID personalities/posts of a school's fans are indicative of the attitude of the kids on the team and their coaching staff?
  6. Ouch. But I have to say that it's a pretty good line.
  7. Are you talking about open enrollment like they have in the SBCSC, i.e., a single school corporation that operates multiple high schools allows kids living within that school corporation to enroll at any of the high schools it operates, regardless of where the students live or the schools are located? If that is what you mean, then I believe that the answer is no. As far as I am aware, the only multiple-high school corporation in Marion County or the "collar counties" around Indianapolis is IPS. ( A possible exception is in Hamilton County by Fishers, as I am not sure if Fishers High School and Hamilton SE are run by the same or different school corps.) IPS still has "boundary schools" within its system, so it does not have open enrollment like the SBCSC. However, IPS has a pretty extensive magnet school system that functions a bit like open enrollment, in that it facilitates opportunities for some kids in the system to go to an IPS high school other than their neighborhood "boundary" school.
  8. NIC week 1

    It doesn't look like Marian plays Penn this year, so I assume you meant to say they have a shot to end up tied for first -- or is there a particular reason you give them a shot at only second place?
  9. NIC week 1

    Well, sometimes these kids actually do transfer for non-athletic reasons.
  10. NIC 2014 Outlook

    I'm a few years removed from the SJ scene, but what I have heard is that the administration's issue is not with the "Indians" nickname, but rather concerns having a deadly weapon -- an arrow -- be the symbol for the school's teams. Seems sort of silly to me.
  11. The New NIC

    Another possible solution would be to break up Penn into four schools (Penn HS, New Pennish HS, Harris HS, and Dolly Madison HS) and give them their own division. The gate for the intra-division games would be phenomenal!
  12. Goodell's ideas

    A ground-the-ball requirement would eliminate a decent percentage of TD plays under current rules, e.g., the "barely got two feet in" passing TDs at the sideline or endline, in which neither the receiver's body nor the ball ever touches the ground in the end zone. I'm not sure people would want to trade that class of exciting scoring plays for more challenging PAT kicks.
  13. "Offensive" Team names, a la Washington

    Yeah, I agree that the owner fanned the flames. A "we are looking at the issue carefully" statement would've been the better way to go, even if the truth is that he is not currently contemplating changing the name. I also agree with your second, point, but let's not also act naïve about the thing, either. I agree that someone reading Huckleberry Finn who wants all the n-words removed because the use of that word by the author is "racists" and offensive is a clueless person -- context obviously means something. But context cuts both ways: if some white guy driving his car pass a group of black people on the street yells the n-word at them out his window, nobody would say that the white guy should get the benefit of the doubt and that the onus is on the black guys to "prove" that he had an intent to offend when he used the word. As has been mentioned several times on here, this situation is not cut-and-dry, because "Redskins" is not considered offensive by some Native-Americans, but it is by some others, and in light of the term's differing origins, neither group is objectively unreasonable in either considering it offensive or not offensive. That is why this is not just a "some people being PC" issue, as many make it out to be. But it also is why it is probably a matter that really ought to be addressed between the team owner and those Native-Americans groups who are offended by the term.
  14. "Offensive" Team names, a la Washington

    1. Are you offending these people by calling them that? That's the whole point isn't it? The "krauts" get to decide if its offensive for you to call them that, not you. And if they tell you that it is, then you'd be sort of a dikc to keep doing it, regardless of who you are married to, don't ya think? 2. I didn't see a question. But relevant to my point, you used the term because you meant to be offensive, right? So are you saying that the Washington football team has some good cause or justification for offending Native-Americans (assuming they are offended) that's comparable to your situation?