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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

New water bottle fountains to help students, environment

New water bottle fountains to help students, environment

Caylea Ray February 5, 2016

feature photo In an effort to bring convenience to students as they fill their water bottles in high traffic water fountains, RBHS added on to the water fountain in the foreign language wing and near the...

A+ program adjustments impact international students

A+ program adjustments impact international students

Caylea Ray January 28, 2016

Junior Ethan Howards assists preschoolers for the A+ program. One requisite for the program is a certain number of hours for tutoring. International students may soon find themselves paying $217 per...

Chipotle closes down due to an E. coli outbreak

Caylea Ray January 23, 2016

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A decade later, the Krank family still warms hearts

A decade later, the Krank family still warms hearts

Caylea Ray December 6, 2015

After years of going all out for Christmas, the Kranks are skipping Christmas! That’s right, Luther Krank(Tim Allen) and his wife Nora Krank(Jamie Lee Curtis) are skipping their annual Christmas eve...

‘Infamous Instagrammer’ ditches social media, citing dehumanization

Caylea Ray November 6, 2015

Social media star misplaces the cause of her unhappiness on the internet Essena O’Neill has gained fame on Instagram from posting photos of herself, her outfits and fitspo photos, gaining more than  half...

Speaking up against castigation

Speaking up against castigation

Caylea Ray November 5, 2015

To be happy and healthy, you need to surround yourself with people who are good for you. My stepfather was not one of those people. When I was six, my mom married a man who had been in my life since I...

Glass Animals Concert on October 4th, 2015

Glass Animals: wild or tame?

Caylea Ray October 9, 2015

The Blue Note was filled on Monday night with a sold out venue of fans dying to see Glass Animals. The band arrived on a stage covered by blue and purple lights, making it feel mystical, like a dream....

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How to survive freshman year

Caylea Ray October 9, 2015

The graduating class of 2019 at  RBHS consists of  more than 500 freshmen from various primary schools of Columbia. Becoming a freshmen was different three years ago when ninth grade was still apart...

“I can understand it because we don’t really have a fair reason to leave but I think it is kind of dumb because there is nothing for you to do here sometimes and I just sit there for an entire hour and 30 minutes. I am sure that there are a lot of people who leave. If there is an AUT check, they just know before hand and have somebody else fill in for them. I haven’t done that.” Photo by Devesh Kumar

Sophomores banned from leaving school campus

Caylea Ray September 21, 2015

    What makes RBHS diverse from other high schools in Columbia is that RBHS has always been known for our motto: freedom with responsibility. For years, seniors and juniors have had the upper...

Bus 25 offers special situation

Bus 25 offers special situation

Caylea Ray May 11, 2015

Students question how district lines are drawn After school, about 25 RBHS students line up in front of Bus 25. As they file onto the bus, the yelling begins. While their classmates can expect to arrive...

Second Chances

Second Chances

Caylea Ray April 27, 2015

[dropcap style="flat" size="5" class="A"]L[/dropcap]ast fall, 21 million students entered American colleges and universities as freshmen, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Of the...

Hiding from hunger

Hiding from hunger

Caylea Ray April 16, 2015

Dealing with the danger of eating disorders Eating disorders aren't just a phase; this was one of the points the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) made during its annual week of awareness, Feb....

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