The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

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Day 6

Bailey Stover March 23, 2020

When did week days and weekends stop being different? Today is March 23. Apparently my body and I are at war. See, for some odd reason I am apparently unable to wake up to my alarm clock if there is nowhere...

The library will enter students into a drawing to win a $5 gift card to the Grind for every book they check out.
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Library offers students free coffee for reading

Amanda Kurukulasuriya February 11, 2019

he RBHS media center is challenging students to read a “latte” this February. For every book they check out from the library, students get their name added to a drawing to win a $5 gift card for the...

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30-day challenge: journey toward self-improvement

Katie Whaley January 28, 2019

As an organized person, I’d like to think I have my life completely together. My room is spotless; there’s no clutter of clothes on the floor or sock missing its pairing, and I refuse to keep a stack...

Sleep Talking Ep. 1

Sleep Talking Ep. 1

Isaac Parrish October 26, 2018

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Librarian Jill Macy pushes a book cart down a quiet aisle of Daniel Boone Regional Library (DBRL). Very few students wer present Wednesday night, Sept. 19, at DBRL.  Photo by Sophie Eaton.

Libraries strive to serve evolving community needs

Ji-Sung Lee October 5, 2018

The hum of the air conditioning. The bustling of homework papers. The turning wheels of the cart carrying the yet-to-be shelved books. These are the typical sights and sounds of a library, yet with constantly...

Movies stretch the truth over the screen

Movies stretch the truth over the screen

Annalisa Geger May 17, 2018

The room is illuminated with the image of Clint Eastwood shooting down antagonistic characters in an 1880's Western bar while I sit back and watch Unforgiven with a group of friends. As the faces of the...

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Q&A: Librarians on their favorite books

Nikol Slatinska February 8, 2018

As someone with a new year’s resolution to read more often, I thought it might be helpful to me and hopefully to someone else to do a bit of exploration on the most beneficial or interesting books out...

Capen Park holds nature landscape in the city

Capen Park holds nature landscape in the city

Cassidy Viox December 20, 2016

The urbanization of Columbia took over what used to be a small farming community. Now, with the Universities’ rowdy students and a city population of 119,108, it’s hard to find a place that feels real,...

Illusions: happily ever after

Illusions: happily ever after

Nicole Schroeder April 29, 2016

Illusions is a novella written by Nicole Schroeder and Ashley Tanner, about a girl named Gemma who has the ability to see people’s true character at a single glance. Each post in the following blog series...

Nostalgia keeps novelties alive

Nostalgia keeps novelties alive

Nicole Schroeder March 9, 2016

[heading size="14"]Despite technology, people still find value in older items[/heading] For the past three years, technology usage in the Columbia Public School district has grown swiftly and steadily....

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The old adage ‘never judge a book by its cover’ runs true

Grace Vance February 14, 2016

A sign explaining the "Blind Date With a Book" library event tells students about why the first line of the book is on the cover and how to receive candy in exchange. In the wake of Valentine’s Day festivities,...

National book month comes to school

National book month comes to school

Grace Dorsey January 10, 2016

About 76 percent of American adults ages 18 and older said that they read at least one book in the past year. Meanwhile, 17 percent of 17-year-olds are daily readers. January is National Book Month, and Bearing...

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