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Courtwarming King Candidates compete during A Lunch games

Courtwarming King Candidates compete during A Lunch games

Bailey Stover February 25, 2020
During A Lunch Tuesday, Feb. 25, Courtwarming King Candidates competed against one another. Team A beat Team B with a final score of 10-8.
Art by Valeria Velasquez

Say no to fines, yes to education

Ben Kimchi May 7, 2019
Distracted driving is indisputably dangerous. Sending or reading a text for five seconds at 55 mph is the equivalent of driving the length of a football field blindfolded, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).
Midnight Traveler preview screens for True Life Fund at RBHS

‘Midnight Traveler’ preview screens for True Life Fund at RBHS

Ben Kimchi February 28, 2019

xcerpts from “Midnight Traveler,” a documentary of an Afghan family fleeing the Taliban, played for RBHS students first block yesterday for the True Life Fund, an effort by the True/False Film Festival...

Behind the Scenes: Inside look with True/False staff

Behind the Scenes: Inside look with True/False staff

Ji-Sung Lee February 28, 2019
Read a Q&A of the behind the scenes work for the world renowned True False Film Festival.
Illustrated by Moy Zhong.

Worth a shot

Ben Kimchi February 27, 2019
In 2012, 270,000 women died from cervical cancer, caused nearly exclusively by the spread of the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) according to the WHO. The organization additionally reports most sexually active people will come into contact with the virus at some point in their lifetime. While 90 percent of people overcome the HPV infection within two years, some cases persist and progress to cancers.
Sophomore Genney Zheng smiles joyfully while participating in a traditional Chinese dance that took place during the eighth grade visit to RBHS Friday, Jan. 25. The group consists of students in various levels of Chinese classes. Students often practiced in the east atrium during class time in anticipation for their performance for Global Village happening today.  Photo by Allie Pigg

Global Village celebrates RBHS cultures

Multiple Authors February 22, 2019

Columbia Public Schools ranks fifth in diversity out of all Missouri school districts, according to niche.com. In celebration of the district’s cultures, RBHS hosts an annual Global Village week. Starting...

Black History in Columbia, MO - Black History Month

Black History in Columbia, MO – Black History Month

Multiple Authors February 13, 2019

[vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBKXVckz3jg"]Ben Kimchi explains some of the black history of Columbia. Video by Isaac Parrish. Script by Emily Oba and Bailey Stover. Special thanks to...

Bill Thompson talks about the history of Douglas High School - Black History Month

Bill Thompson talks about the history of Douglas High School – Black History Month

Isaac Parrish February 13, 2019

[vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdiyo2OZSAk"]Bill Thompson, local historian and member of the Boone County Historical Society's Historic Sites Committee, talks about the history of Douglas...

Art by Moy Zhong

State fund formula requires restructuring

Ben Kimchi December 19, 2018
A strong public education system is the backbone of equal opportunity for Americans. When that the system currently fails to uphold the promise of equity.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a dazzling work of art

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a dazzling work of art

Ben Kimchi December 16, 2018
“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is an artful masterpiece, animated with a beautiful and bright comic-style that is unprecedented in the genre.
Marykate Grossman sings during rehearsals for Anything Goes. Grossman, a junior, played Reno and had nine costume changes in the musical. Photo by George Frey

‘Anything Goes’ musical debuts tonight

Multiple Authors November 8, 2018

[penci_image_gallery images="306896,306898,306895,306899,306909" auto_time="4000" speed="800" block_title_align="style-title-left"][vc_empty_space][vc_empty_space] RBHS annual musical debuts tonight The...

INFECTED: After school on Oct. 16, Senior Jocelyn Heimsoth works on the yearbook after losing time when the virus locked her out of the yearbook drive. In the aftermath of the virus, her computer needed to redownload essential files such as fonts.

Staff loses admin rights after email virus

Ben Kimchi October 31, 2018
After an email virus infected computers, CPS tightens security by restricting administration rights of teachers.
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