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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

Bearing News

Baseball wins district tournament, continues defense of state title

Baseball wins district tournament, continues defense of state title

Luke Chval May 20, 2015

With the final out secured against the Jeff City Jays, RBHS baseball celebrated their achievement of one more step in their quest for another state title, along with winning their fourth straight district...

Junior places first in statewide Investwrite competition

Junior places first in statewide ‘Investwrite’ competition

Luke Chval May 20, 2015

Junior Dayna Linneman started out by fulfilling the Missouri graduation requirement of personal finance, which eventually led to her winning the 2015 Spring Investwrite Competition's Missouri division,...

Baseball thrashes Kewpies on senior night

Baseball thrashes Kewpies on senior night

Luke Chval May 7, 2015

After the first inning, the game was already out of hand; the Hickman baseball players struggled to keep up with the strong hitting of the Bruins, but to no success. RBHS led 4-0 after the first inning,...

Girls soccer beats Smith-Cotton on senior night

Girls’ soccer beats Smith-Cotton on senior night

Luke Chval May 5, 2015

Before the girls' soccer game against Smith-Cotton Monday, the team honored four seniors, Katie Cook, Sydney Griggs, Sydney Mulholland, and Reilly Strong in one of their final home games. Sophomore Julia...

Photo by Sury Rawat

Girls’ soccer drops tough loss to St. Dominic

Luke Chval May 3, 2015

A 1-0 loss is always painful, especially when it is a team's seventh straight. On May 2, After St. Dominic scored a goal in the 58th minute, the Bruins struggled in an attempt to tie the game, but the...

Greenhouse production students show off skills in plant sale

Greenhouse production students show off skills in plant sale

Luke Chval April 30, 2015

HHS Senior Nicky Henley is in her second year of horticulture classes at the Columbia Area Career Center, which has become a passion for her.  For her the class is more about the experience of gardening...

Photo by Devesh Kumar

Students, Council prepare for annual mud volleyball tournament

Luke Chval April 27, 2015

Every year, RBHS students in groups of eight or fewer have trudged through mud in a quest to be crowned the best mud volleyball team in the school.  Student council representatives have been arranging...

Paul introduces Audit the FED bill to force higher accountability on Federal Reserve

Paul introduces Audit the FED bill to force higher accountability on Federal Reserve

Luke Chval March 7, 2015

In a possible effort to bolster his yet-to-be-announced 2016 presidential campaign, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) introduced the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, which would leverage a more extensive audit...

art by Ellie Stitzer

Do not trust the Federal Reserve

Luke Chval March 7, 2015

The housing market bubble of 2007 was, in small part, the fuel for the Great Recession that malevolently affected millions of people across the United States. It opened the door to widespread criticism...

Missouri bill plans to make testing necessary for graduation

Missouri bill plans to make testing necessary for graduation

Luke Chval March 7, 2015

[heading size="16" margin="10"]Teachers debate whether universal standard benefits students[/heading] The public school system in the United States already faces scrutiny for placing high importance on...

art by Maddy Mueller

President shows blatant disregard for Constitution

Luke Chval February 5, 2015

In March 2008, during his campaign for the presidency, then-Sen. Barack Obama criticized President George Bush in a speech in which he said, “The biggest problems that we’re facing right now had to...

Columbia raises age to purchase tobacco to 21

Columbia raises age to purchase tobacco to 21

Luke Chval February 4, 2015

No RBHS students can legally purchase tobacco in Columbia anymore. The Columbia City Council decided by a 6-1 vote to raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco products to 21 on Dec. 15. Many localities...

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