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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

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Online classes allow for procrastination, cheating

The Rock and Bearing News Staff January 14, 2020
Online classes provide a one-size fits all approach that does not cater to students. Companies such as Edgenuity and the University of Missouri K-12 use curriculum meant for the average student. Students who are ahead or behind the curve are an afterthought and subsequently robbed of individualized instruction.
Cheating hurts integrity

Cheating hurts integrity

Ji-Sung Lee January 22, 2018

The feeling is all too familiar. As the teacher hands out the exam, students fidget in their seats, crack their knuckles and glance around. They hope their peers look just as nervous as they do.  It’s...

Feature Photo by Tyson Jamieson.

Students complain rather than seek help

Ji-Sung Lee February 21, 2017

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]lthough a straight A report card may bring pride to students and parents, most kids know it comes with hours of homework, studying and reviewing.  As faculty constantly teaches new...

Photo by Cassi Viox.

Controversy continues to harm University of Missouri

Ji-Ho Lee January 30, 2016
The University of Missouri - Columbia has hosted extraordinary amounts of controversy throughout the last academic year. The recent allegations relations Student Body President elections has only added to the pile of issues.

Defense, controversial calls deliver victory for seniors in Powder Puff tournament

Ji-Ho Lee November 20, 2015

Seniors Lexi Heim and Danni Hrdina look in on their coaching staff to hear their instructions before play begins. Heim and Hrdina were an integral part of the seniors' powder puff title on Nov. 19.  [dropcap...

Cheaters take the lead

Cheaters take the lead

Ross Parks December 16, 2013

Though cheating may be the worry of many educators and students, the strange fact is, it is not all that rare. According to www.stanford.edu, cheating is defined as, “representing someone else’s work...

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