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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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Mr. and Mrs. Rock Bridge cancelled, will not return next year

Shivangi Singh April 5, 2012

Because of unpreparedness, organizer junior Julia Schaller said Student Council had to cancel Mr. and Mrs. Rock Bridge, previously scheduled for tonight. Too many last-minute drop-outs, lack of publicity...

Athletes pay attention to nutrition

Shivangi Singh April 4, 2012

At the cross country nationals meet last December, sophomore Madison May thought she had made sure to load up on the necessary carbohydrates and sugars. The gun was shot, and May surged ahead, ready to...

Water shut off because of water leak

Shivangi Singh April 4, 2012

Because of a water leakage, athletic director Jennifer Mast said RBHS scheduled to shut off the water from 1:30 to 2:00 p.m., during which a plumber was to fix the leak. The water, however, came back...

Bill Priest is one of four teachers to retire this year. He plans on reading, furthering a dog rescue business and researching a novel topic after retirement. Photo by Muhammad Al-Rawi

Social studies department chair retires, looks foward to pursuing personal interests

Shivangi Singh March 10, 2012

  Consisting of teaching and schooling, a 50-year educational journey will come to an end this year. Current Advanced Placement U.S. History and AP European History teacher, Bill Priest will retire...

‘The Waiting Room’ conveys message despite slow start

Shivangi Singh March 4, 2012

I will admit, I was dozing off during the first 15 minutes of the movie. Maybe it was the comfy aura of “Little Ragtag” or that the film was scattered, but after every few seconds, I would close my...

Kitchen staff enjoys service

Shivangi Singh February 24, 2012

 As she sets the gravy to reheat and prepares the tomato sauce, Manuela Prantley puts together the school lunch menu each morning, handling each item with care.  As the assistant manager and head chef...

Courtwarming king reflects on experience

Courtwarming king reflects on experience

Shivangi Singh February 16, 2012

Amid the sea of pink and tension between the two girls basketball teams, the King candidates filed out to the middle of the gym in alphabetical order during halftime. One after the other, the Courtwarming...

Courtwarming King candidates annouced

Shivangi Singh February 2, 2012

At 2:55 p.m. today Student Council announced the nominees for Courtwarming King. The nine candidates are as follows: Bo Bell Alex Brown Scott Coffelt Charlie Davis Will Echelmeier Landon Fitzpatrick Ty...

Rise of new languages demands alternatives

Shivangi Singh February 2, 2012

In a world where Internet is used by more than 50 million people, with the numbers doubling annually, where foreign-exchange markets have increased a thousand-fold between the mid-1970s and 1996 and where...

Teens weigh beauty treatment options

Teens weigh beauty treatment options

Shivangi Singh February 1, 2012

Clenching her T-shirt and gritting her teeth, senior Megan Meier was ready to outtake any opponent in a soccer game the first half of her season. An unexpected move on offense, however, shattered all...

Attorney General speaks in PAC

Shivangi Singh January 18, 2012

Today, at 1:30 p.m., about 40 students gathered in the Performing Arts Center lobby to listen to Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster speak and answer questions about his responsibilities. Organized...

School closed Thursday due to inclement weather

Shivangi Singh January 12, 2012

Due to weather, the Columbia Public School district is closed today, Jan. 12. By Shivangi Singh

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