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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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Sophomore Julian John displays his class Sabotage jar. Photo by Asa Lory

Sophomore Sabotage ends with upset

Adam Schoelz April 26, 2013

Although deceit and and cutthroat competition may seem to be unlikely bedfellows for fundraising and teamwork, these disparate traits are at the center of Sophomore Sabotage. Sophomore Sabotage, RBHS’...

Game developers desert their devoted fanbases

Game developers desert their devoted fanbases

Adam Schoelz April 26, 2013

Though some may see the ugly release of “SimCity 2013” as an isolated incident, it’s another example in a long line of recent and weird anti-consumer trends in the games industry. And it comes from...

Physical Education credits system unfair

Physical Education credits system unfair

Adam Schoelz April 25, 2013

  It is generally agreed upon that vomiting from physical exhaustion is a sign of a hard workout. For that matter, beaded sweat, a heart rate elevated to 200 beats per minute and the loss of enough...

Weighted GPA would take load off AP and Honors students’ minds

Weighted GPA would take load off AP and Honors students’ minds

Adam Schoelz April 25, 2013

Gravitational forces in history have had a mixed reception. Though they have kept us all from flinging into space, they have also led to numerous deaths by drowning, falling, dropping off rocks and, indirectly,...

Neighborly relationships prove to be long lasting

Neighborly relationships prove to be long lasting

Adam Schoelz April 10, 2013

Our world has changed. When I was a kid I had three brothers who put substantial time toward torturing me. My brother Jack and his friend Thomas, whom I cleverly dubbed ‘Evil Jack and Evil Thomas,’...

Art by Yasmeen El-Jayyousi

From Nashville With Love

Adam Schoelz April 8, 2013

Show choir was an activity relegated to the sidelines until the premiere of Glee in 2009 made it seem cool and hip to be uncool and unhip. Naturally, this attracted large amounts of people to show choir...

Photo by Brett Stover

‘Who Is Dayani Cristal?’ tells tale of migrants

Adam Schoelz March 3, 2013

  Who Is Dayani Cristal? is a documentary that is simultaneously important and unimportant. While this may seem contradictory I don't think it is because documentaries have two absolute catagories...

Film paints amazing portrait of two men worlds apart

Film paints amazing portrait of two men worlds apart

Adam Schoelz March 2, 2013

At first glance, "The Captain and His Pirate" could be a swashbuckling film, its name conjuring images of romance and intrigue. And to an extent it is -- there is combat on the high seas, a hostage crisis,...

Dystopian Life

Dystopian Life

Adam Schoelz February 25, 2013

These stories are about a dystopia set in Alaska in the near future where corporate word is law. One is from the perspective of a cynical but well-paid corporate mercenary, and the other the musings of...

Art by Yasmeen El-Jayyousi

Depth Charge: Nothing to Play?

Adam Schoelz February 22, 2013

I don’t know about you, but I’ve got ‘nothing to play’ syndrome. For those non-gamers out there, or those few that haven’t experienced this, it’s like opening up the fridge and finding it...

Art by Yasmeen El-Jayyousi

Kickstarted

Adam Schoelz February 22, 2013

So I have a blog now. I being me, Adam Schoelz, and the blog being … well, something. Blogs are hard for me because while it is in my nature to blab, it is not in my nature to blab about myself, at...

Show choirs raise funds for Honor Flight

Adam Schoelz February 1, 2013

The Show Choir fundraiser Thursday night was in the name of the Central Missouri Honor Flight, a non-profit organization devoted to letting the remaining veterans of the second world war visit the memorial...

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