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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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Mental illness shouldnt be self-diagnosed

Mental illness shouldn’t be self-diagnosed

Elad Gov-Ari May 6, 2018

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) makes the day-to-day lives of those afflicted extraordinarily difficult. Whether that be turning a light switch on and off 14 times or washing hands before and after...

Doctors overprescribe drugs, feed epidemic

Doctors overprescribe drugs, feed epidemic

Elad Gov-Ari May 3, 2018

President Donald Trump declared the opioid crisis “a public health emergency” in his speech on Oct. 26, 2017. There, he urged medical professionals and health-oriented communities to focus all efforts...

Principal Rukstad seeks way to encourage sobriety

Principal Rukstad seeks way to encourage sobriety

Elad Gov-Ari February 28, 2018

RBHS has seen an increase of intoxicated students at school dances as compared to previous years, principal Dr. Jennifer Rukstad said. In an attempt to prevent such instances from occurring at future...

Boys basketball to go up against Rockhurst Hawklets

Boys’ basketball to go up against Rockhurst Hawklets

Elad Gov-Ari February 15, 2018

The Bruins, holding a record, gear up to face the Rockhurst Hawklets, , tomorrow. RBHS, carrying out a phenomenal season, are ready to tear up the court. One example is Junior guard Spencer Miles, who...

City Lights raises money for the Childrens Grove in charity benefit

City Lights raises money for the Children’s Grove in charity benefit

Elad Gov-Ari February 1, 2018

  The Performing Arts Center burst to life with songs, dances and energy as the RBHS City Lights show choir ensemble took the stage. The 35-person assembly took the spotlight for a special occasion,...

Celebrating B.B King

Celebrating B.B King

Elad Gov-Ari February 1, 2018

“Blues Boy” (B.B) King is, was and always will be the face of the blues. As we begin our celebration this month of African American achievement, we can peer into the change King brought to the notions...

Teacher testimonials aim to deter students from substance abuse

Teacher testimonials aim to deter students from substance abuse

Elad Gov-Ari February 1, 2018

Tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 2 University of Missouri students and RBHS teachers will present anti-substance testimonials and resources from the Missouri Safe and Drug Free Schools program in the main gym every...

Student brings weapon to advisory; no threat made

Student brings weapon to advisory; ‘no threat made’

Elad Gov-Ari January 31, 2018

A 14-year-old student brought a weapon to school Monday, Dr. Tim Baker, assistant principal, confirmed. Senior Jackson Gysbers said the boy showed him the weapon, a traditional Japanese sword, during their...

FCC to vote on net neutrality

FCC to vote on net neutrality

Elad Gov-Ari December 15, 2017

  With the rise of the internet's many functions, the legality of pricing and service has been quite blurry for customers. With free usage of any websites, the internet surfers enjoy freedom of browsing...

Lady Bruins to take on Spartans

Lady Bruins to take on Spartans

Elad Gov-Ari December 15, 2017

Holding a 5-1 record, the Lady Bruins basketball team will face its newest crosstown rivals, the Battle High School (BHS) Spartans , Dec. 20 for the first home game of the season. With a large group of...

Lady Bruins crush Salem High School in first game of Sullivan Tournament

Lady Bruins crush Salem High School in first game of Sullivan Tournament

Elad Gov-Ari December 12, 2017

Baskets rained like water for the Lady Bruins in their Sullivan basketball Tournament against Salem High School, Mon. Dec. 11. The Bruins, scoring an incredulous 46 points over Salem, dominated every aspect...

Lady Bruins bag exciting victory over Francis Howell

Lady Bruins bag exciting victory over Francis Howell

Elad Gov-Ari December 6, 2017

The Lady Bruins entered the second half of their matchup against Francis Howell trailing with a close score of  29-20. With consistent pressure onto the opposition, and senior guard Katey Klucking’s...

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