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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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Bruin Girls prepare for Nationals

Bruin Girls prepare for Nationals

Asa Lory March 8, 2013

The Bruin Girls left early this morning to attend Nationals in Olando, Florida. The team recently placed second and fourth at the state level. The girls performed their routines Wednesday night in the...

After The Show

Asa Lory April 23, 2012

I always have a good time at Capers seeing the different acts. I enjoy watching the singers and the dancers perform because I know they're doing what they love and sharing it with the school. There's something...

Morgan Widhalm will take the roll of secretary next fall.

Meet Morgan Widhalm, candidate for student body secretary

Asa Lory April 5, 2012

Why are you running for this position? I’m running for secretary specifically because I think it’s the best role for myself as a person because I’m someone who is very organized, a little bit on...


Asa Lory January 19, 2012

Life is so busy for so many people, and I fully realize that I am no exception. That being said, living at 100 miles an hour has its benefits, and every minute you take to slow down becomes something special....

So, by now you might have noticed I’m a choir kid…

Asa Lory January 12, 2012
The Show Choir's premier concert is tonight, and needless to say, I'm super excited. It's the moment everyone involved has been waiting for since the beginning of the year, and it's here at last! Months of rehearsal, both choreography and vocal work, and now this show. And it IS a show!

The Holidays: A Time for Family! (Or Three)

Asa Lory December 28, 2011

The holiday season is indeed a time for family. Of course, "family" doesn't always mean those whom you are related to. Times can be just as fun with the people that you love regardless of who shares the...

Tiny Dancers

Asa Lory December 15, 2011

I had an awesome Saturday. Not because of the ACT in the morning, of course. That wasn’t pleasant. The awesome bit of the day started immediately afterward, when nearly 80 elementary and middle school...

After Hours

After Hours

Asa Lory December 7, 2011
I like school when nobody’s around. There’s the sense that the building is the same, but everything about it is different. It’s quiet. I happened to be here at 10:30 a couple nights ago for journalism late nights (It’s like a whole second school day tacked onto the regular one!), and I decided to grab a camera and go for a walk.

Bruins find success in speech, debate tourney

Asa Lory November 21, 2011

Members of the Rock Bridge Speech and Debate Team went on the road last weekend to participate in the Clayton-Ladue Speech and Debate Tournament. Half of the tournament, held in Clayton, Mo., comprised...

All That Jazz

Asa Lory November 16, 2011

Ever since leaving the formalities of school band my ninth grade year, I had nearly lost contact with the world that is jazz ensembles. Recently, however, I’ve become a lot more interested in the roaring...

Lost in Time

Asa Lory November 10, 2011
Anachronism. Noun. A thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists, esp. a thing that is conspicuously old-fashioned. The Society For Creative Anachronism is an association of people that embody this definition as they strive to recreate anachronistic medieval society. I spent a couple of evenings photographing, learning about, and really just hanging out with the local group.

A Look at ‘The Music Man’

Asa Lory November 10, 2011
As you hopefully know, the Music Man opens tonight (this being Thursday), and while you’re watching it you’ll probably see the standard sights: wandering salesmen, studious schoolchildren, and the citizenry of River City Iowa. You'll see a snooty looking Andy Flanigan, snooty looking Courtney Nowlin, snooty looking Mr Pierson... Wait, what?
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