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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Three strikes and youre out for life

Three strikes and you’re out for life

Jenna Liu April 14, 2016

[heading]Sixth in a six-part series covering the criminal justice system[/heading] [highlight background="#2bb673"]#FreeJeffMizanskey[/highlight] On the surface, there doesn’t seem to be much that separates...

Photo by Sury Rawat

It’s about time

Emily Franke April 15, 2015

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Photo by Mikaela Acton, Art by Alex Carranza

Southpaw: What Next?

Emily Franke February 26, 2014

Dreams for the future fill our minds from the time we enter preschool. Fantasies of potential colleges, professions and lives grip our thoughts throughout the years of primary and secondary school as...

Cover by Michelle Zhuang

If

Somewhere there is a boy standing on a rainy playground at a cloudy sunset hanging onto a fistful of colorful balloons that stand out defiantly among the asphalt and gray-brown mulch land that he inhabits. As...

Photo by Asa Lory

Taboo

The Rock and Bearing News Staff December 13, 2012

There are chains that bind us, invisible cords stronger than the densest metal, to which only our minds are impervious. We think unmentionable thoughts, yet remain silent. The stories that follow aim to...

Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass

The Rock and Bearing News Staff November 13, 2012

As Alice stepped through the Looking Glass and into Wonderland, she entered a world that, while unique seemingly mirrored her own. But Alice quickly discovered there was more to this new world than what...

Dividing Lines

Dividing Lines

Some students are inherently smarter than others, and they know it. At least that’s the way the gifted program at RBHS appears to senior Emily Smith, who never tested for the Extending Educational Experiences...

Lost

Lost

“Mostly it is loss which teaches us about the worth of things,” observed German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer. Noted for his pessimism, Schopenhauer, who died in 1860, believed we are unable to satisfy...

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