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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

Genetic engineering offers advancement, opposition

Genetic engineering offers advancement, opposition

Cassidy Viox February 15, 2017

Art by Moy Zhong After 30 years of intensive research and experimentation, modern genetic technology is in the position to drastically change organisms, large and small, through genetic engineering. The...

Feature photo by Cassi Viox.

Students find importance in intellectual growth rather than grade reports

Ji-Sung Lee December 4, 2016

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]espite seeing a C on her Interim Progress Report (IPR), junior Caroline Stevens tries to look past the letter grade and notes that her intellectual growth throughout the year is far...

Senior Carson Raetz (7) attempts to rescue the ball from Hickman opponents on Oct. 1.  Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Bruins seal sectional victory, proceed to state quarterfinals

Cassidy Viox November 1, 2016

[dropcap size="4"]A[/dropcap]fter losing the same sectional game in the 2015 season, the soccer team came back tonight with the intention of avenging last season’s loss. With a fierce attitude and an...

Spirit week concludes, students embrace green and gold

Spirit week concludes, students embrace green and gold

Skyler Froese September 30, 2016

Friday's theme was "Welcome to the Emerald City!" and students were encouraged to wear RBHS colors or to dress up as characters from the Wizard of Oz. Freshmen Alexis Walker and Jadyn Lisenby show their...

Homecoming assembly celebrates hard work with great fun

Homecoming assembly celebrates hard work with great fun

Cassidy Viox September 30, 2016

The Emerald Regiment and color guard kick off the homecoming assembly. The group performed a dynamic number featuring score from the Avengers and music from Led Zepplin.  Wiliam Hisle holds up his letterman...

Books are more than stamped words on a page

Books are more than stamped words on a page

Ashley Tanner May 4, 2016

The boy who lived. To the average, unsuspecting muggle, the boy who lived wouldn’t mean much, but to a devoted reader who has spent hours and hours reading about Harry’s tragic life, it means the world. I...

Life, Animated enlivens audience, shines light on Autism

‘Life, Animated’ enlivens audience, shines light on Autism

Cassidy Viox March 5, 2016

‘Life, Animated,’ the heartwarming tale of a disabled adult, was a blessing that touched everybody in the crowd at Missouri Theatre on the first night of True/False Film Festival. The half-animated,...

Lady Bruins basketball

Lady Bruins return to winning ways against Ozark

Cassidy Viox January 15, 2016

Sophomore Kanisha Green-McLain and Senior Bri Ellis cheer as they watch their team take the lead against the Ozark Tigers on Thursday Jan. 14 on the Lady Bruins' home court. With the last three of their...

Bruin basketball starts season with Green and Gold game

Cassidy Viox November 18, 2015

Video highlights by: Cam Fuller  How do you think the Bruins' basketball teams will do this season? Let us know in the comments below.

Tyler, Bruins exact revenge in district final

Tyler, Bruins exact revenge in district final

Elad Gov-Ari October 29, 2015

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he RBHS boys soccer team managed a 2-0 upset with high tensions against in tonight’s Class 4 district 11 final against cross-town rival, Hickman. Head Coach Scott Wittenborn expressed...

Weightless confidence

Weightless confidence

Cassidy Viox October 25, 2015

[vc_images_carousel images="277166,277165,277164,277163"]This weeks Weightless Confidence student is sophomore Trey Robinson who is known for his wild hair. With curls rotating every which way and what...

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