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Day 137

Day 137

Bailey Stover August 1, 2020
During her 137th day of social distancing, recent high school graduate Bailey Stover wrote letters to friends and cleaned the crafts room with her mom.
Photos courtesy of Bailey Stover

Nostalgia stirs introspection

Bailey Stover February 25, 2020
Talking about how my life has changed becomes increasingly difficult when I struggle to recall the sequence of my youth. The only consistent memory my Swiss cheese brain has kept safe from time’s thieving grasp has been the Sunday mornings I spent with my grandpa in his house, which hasn’t changed since I was born.
Art by Riley Kerns

Thanks for the memories: a farewell to my childhood

Bailey Stover October 14, 2019

Like nearly every other child, I had a comfort object. His name was Dear Deer. I got him when I was three years old, and he became my best friend. I slept with him every night, took him on every family...

Sophomore Faith Jonas performs during the opening of the musical theater showcase May 4. Photo by Kai Ford.

Performing arts wraps up year

Catherine Polo May 7, 2017
RBHS's 7th annual Theatrical Showcase took the stage to bring scenes from show's like Wicked, Snow White and Into the Woods.
Talent comes from more than birth

Talent comes from more than birth

Alice Yu February 10, 2016
Success is more than just natural talent, it involves practice and hard work.
As the years change, childhood stays the same

As the years change, childhood stays the same

Joy Park February 5, 2016

F[dropcap style="flat"]F[/dropcap]inished are the days when learning comprised of grasping onto the concept of letters and numbers — the characters of the universe that intermingled to create words,...

Halloween leaves childhood behind

Halloween leaves childhood behind

John Flanegin October 31, 2014

Halloween has always been much more than just another holiday. Every Oct. 31, the memories come back of the smell of brisk chilly air and the crunch of leaves underneath my shoes as I walked from house...

To Afsah, From Michelle

Children provide sense of innocence in corrupt society

Afsah Khan April 2, 2013

As a winter full of bleak, colorless days gives way to the mild and sunny days of a Missouri spring, it seems as though all of Columbia comes to life. Now is the time to stow away those bulky winter jackets...

Childhood games lead to lasting love of parks

Lauren Puckett February 27, 2012

Growing up, I always had an uncanny ability for imaginary games. I had an entire collection of Barbies, but I hardly touched them; they were too simple. If I played with the Barbies, I wanted to be the...

Teen reunites with childhood characters

February 2, 2012

On Tuesday, Jan. 31, "Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music" came to Columbia to put on a show. Although the characters and stories are usually geared toward children, that didn't keep high school students...

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