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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

Technology isnt the only distraction while driving

Technology isn’t the only distraction while driving

Ronel Ghidey April 30, 2016

Whether it’s texting a friend to make plans or playing music loudly, drivers should consider putting their phones away all together. Studies from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) show that unintentional...

After speaking to the students, Nixon participated in a Q&A with local news outlets concerning the bill and his views on it.

Nixon speaks against bill

Ronel Ghidey April 15, 2016

After speaking to the students, Gov. Jay Nixon participated in a Q & A with local news outlets concerning the bill and his views on it. After describing how limiting the bill would be on state funds...

photo by Caylea Ray

Music is more than notes on a page

Ronel Ghidey April 12, 2016

[dropcap color="#" bgcolor="#" sradius="0"]I[/dropcap]t was 2012, and I was roaming the halls of then Jefferson Junior High School before class. I passed the first stairwell and headed toward Mrs. Steinhoff’s...

JV track and field triumph at Jefferson City meet

JV track and field triumph at Jefferson City meet

Ronel Ghidey April 6, 2016

Freshman Siena Juhlin lines up with fellow Columbia high schools in the 100 meter dash, hoping to get a lead start on the competition. The next JV only meet will take place April 12 at Battle  Last...

Loathed beliefs made bearable in The Other Side

Loathed beliefs made bearable in ‘The Other Side’

Ronel Ghidey March 6, 2016

Any movie that starts with a man standing stark-naked on the side of the road already lets the audience know the next 80-something minutes are going to be filled with a crazy plot line. "The Other Side"...

Those Who Jump gives intimate look into immigration

‘Those Who Jump’ gives intimate look into immigration

Ronel Ghidey March 6, 2016

Of the hundreds of migrants living on Mount Gurugu, a mountain in Morocco that’s near the Spanish city of Melilla, directors Moritz Siebert and Estephan Wagner chose Abou Bkar Sidibe, a man from Mali....

Eye-opening Des Morts explores death around world

Eye-opening ‘Des Morts’ explores death around world

Ronel Ghidey March 6, 2016

Underneath all of the dead bodies shown in "Des Morts," film makers and directors Jean-Pol Ferbus, Dominique Garny and Thierry Zéno show the audience detailed accounts of how different cultures deal with...

Starless Dreams divulges truth of child inmates

‘Starless Dreams’ divulges truth of child inmates

Ronel Ghidey March 5, 2016

“Sir, the judge told me today I was a b------. What was my sin? I wasn’t there when they made me,” Nobody, one of the inmates, yells between tears at the Imam, a muslim priest during one of their...

Afghanistan struggles made real for audiences of Land of the Enlightened

Afghanistan struggles made real for audiences of ‘Land of the Enlightened’

Ronel Ghidey March 5, 2016

The struggles of Afghanistan and its state of being after American occupation are distinctly shown in Director Peter-Jan De Pue's first film. His documentary, "Land of the Enlightened" revolves around...

Africa Addio hopes dashed by movies bias

‘Africa Addio’ hopes dashed by movie’s bias

Ronel Ghidey March 5, 2016

Entering this movie, I expected to watch a film about the struggles of Africa during the 20th century at a time when the Europeans occupied most African countries in the "Scramble for Africa." Instead,...

Student Coalition to travel to Capitol to discuss school issues

Student Coalition to travel to Capitol to discuss school issues

Ronel Ghidey February 14, 2016

Tuesday Student Coalition and other students are going to Jefferson City to attend a legislative forum hosted by the Missouri School Board Association (MSBA) to discuss school issues that affect the experience...

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