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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

How technology is making and breaking the publishing industry

How technology is making and breaking the publishing industry

Ella Wampler, Staff Writer December 4, 2023

Anytime that technology and innovation progress, there is always the fear that new technology will push out something old and beloved. In a digital era, society now fears for the book.  Books have...

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Day 6

Bailey Stover March 23, 2020
Baking banana bread, senior Bailey Stover spent her sixth day of social distancing in the kitchen cooking and used FaceTime to catch up with a friend.
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
For the next 30 days, I will try to go on my phone less, read more and use a planner.
Sleep Talking Ep. 1

Sleep Talking Ep. 1

Isaac Parrish October 26, 2018
The first of many early morning podcasts. This episode hitting specifically on politics, pop culture and more.
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
With constantly innovated technologies, re-thinking library spaces is certainly in the near future.
Movies stretch the truth over the screen

Movies stretch the truth over the screen

Annalisa Geger May 17, 2018
Commentary on how some movie producers tend to stretch the authenticity of a nonfiction story to fit the expectations of the audience.
photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Q&A: Librarians on their favorite books

Nikol Slatinska February 8, 2018
Book experts elaborate on their favorite reads and share suggestions for students.
Capen Park holds nature landscape in the city

Capen Park holds nature landscape in the city

Cassidy Viox December 20, 2016
This hidden park allows nature-seekers to find a safe haven in busy Columbia.
Illusions: happily ever after

Illusions: happily ever after

Nicole Schroeder April 29, 2016
In the final installment of Illusions, Gemma, James, Irene and Elijah gather one last time to put the past behind them and start again, and Gemma and Elijah realize that after what they've been through, nothing will ever pull them apart again.
Nostalgia keeps novelties alive

Nostalgia keeps novelties alive

Nicole Schroeder March 9, 2016
While technology grows ever-important in teenagers' daily lives, older items still hold sentimental value for certain RBHS students.
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The old adage ‘never judge a book by its cover’ runs true

Grace Vance February 14, 2016
A new library event called "A Blind Date With a Book" allows students to choose a book based off of it's first sentence rather than it's cover.
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