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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

City Council discusses COVID-19, community stakeholders, chokeholds

City Council discusses COVID-19, community stakeholders, chokeholds

Shruti Gautam October 31, 2020

The City Council held a regular meeting in the Council Chamber at City Hall on Oct. 19. The session required social distancing and other accommodations in order to be compliant with COVID-19 restrictions,...

Black Lives Matter movement prompts action, reflection among students, staff

Black Lives Matter movement prompts action, reflection among students, staff

Vivian Spear September 30, 2020

Over the 6 month course of quarantine and online school, major media news sources like CBS, Fox News and CNN have put a majority of the focus on amplifying many voices of the Black Lives Matter movement...

Day 141

Day 141

Bailey Stover August 5, 2020

Compassion, kindness and empathy can do so much good in the world. Today is August 5. I hadn’t intended to, but I ended up sleeping in until 9:45 this morning. I don’t know why I was so tired. My...

Day 58

Day 58

Bailey Stover May 14, 2020

Let it burn. Today is May 14. My first words this morning were, “Is the house on fire?” I had barely opened my eyes when I registered the reason I was awake was the smoke detector going off in the...

Art by Rachel Stevens.

4 photographers, 1 model: Competition enhances creativity, inspires versatility

Multiple Authors April 15, 2020

The challenge was simple: each photographer had five minutes to take a portrait of 2019 RBHS alumna and current student at Stanford Ilinca Popescu. Each of us picked a location and took photos of the same...

Day 20

Day 20

Bailey Stover April 6, 2020

High school is a joke, and nothing seems real anymore. Today is April 6. I woke up at 9 a.m. and, after seeing a flurry of questions on GroupMe all referencing an email students received earlier this...

Day 18

Day 18

Bailey Stover April 4, 2020

If eating banana bread burned as many calories as running, I would be in amazing shape. Today is April 4. Because neither rhyme nor reason dictates when I can wake up, I slept through all of my alarms...

Ann Smart
St. Louis
My friends Glenn and Tracy have been volunteering here for years, theyve always wanted me to come. Smart said. Im looking forward to all the parties, art, and films, Im sure theyll be lovely.

Humans of T/F: Ann Smart

Sophia Eaton March 6, 2020

During True/False's Jubilee masquerade ball, attendees dressed in black tie wearing masks with colorful feathers and bright jewels. The jubilee ball is a reception hosted right before the opening film...

Understanding of COVID-19 outbreak varies

Understanding of COVID-19 outbreak varies

Multiple Authors March 6, 2020

What is the coronavirus? The World Health Organization issued a global emergency for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in January, which originated in Wuhan, China, according to an article from Mayo Clinic,...

Loneliness Shadow Art by Rachel Stevens.

People need people

Bailey Stover January 8, 2020

For two million years, humans have interacted with and needed one another to survive. Through physical stability in the past and emotional satisfaction in the present, the necessity of human interaction...

The Earths lights as seen from space. Image and caption adapted from NASAs Earth Observatory. Credit: Data courtesy of Marc Imhoff of NASA GSFC and Christopher Elvidge of NOAA NGDC. Image by Craig Mayhew and Robert Simmon, NASA GSFC.

What even is climate change?

Emily Dearing December 18, 2019

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Art by Sarah Kuhlmann

Moving on: the challenges of relocation

Anjali Noel Ramesh October 17, 2019

I doubt I’ll be the first to admit that Columbia’s weather is quite frightening at times. I have yet to find another city where the sun will filter through from the north side of the sky while blackened...

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