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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

Junior Nora Croom pouts and holds a peace sign on her way to class 3rd hour. Her flower-child 60s inspired outfit comes from the theater costume closet, as she is close with the costumer of the choir program.

Throwback Thursday sparks student spirit

Audrey Snyder February 28, 2020

On Thursday, Feb. 27 students dressed up for “Decade’s day,” donning outfits from decades assigned to each class. Freshman wore fashion from the 50’s, sophomores dressed like the 60’s, juniors...

Girls basketball falls to Whitfield

Girls’ basketball falls to Whitfield

Maddie Murphy February 6, 2019

After four straight quarters of trailing, the girls’ basketball team fell to the Whitfield School (WS) Warriors (66-52) Feb. 5 in St. Louis, Mo. While a loss can be debilitating to some athletes and...

Girls basketball triumphs over Hazelwood Central

Girls basketball triumphs over Hazelwood Central

Ann Fitzmaurice December 1, 2018

Exiting the court at almost midnight, the RBHS girls basketball team took another victory with a 45-40 lead over Hazelwood Central, despite the late starting time. The Bruins began the first quarter trailing...

Members from the girls basketball team play during the Green and Gold Scrimmage Nov. 13. The team will play again Nov. 15 at Ft. Zumwalt West High School. Photo by George Frey.

Green and Gold Scrimmage develops team comradery

George Frey November 14, 2018

On Tuesday night, Nov. 13, RBHS basketball players came together to play against their teammates in the Green and Gold Scrimmage. The event allowed athletes to examine their skills and strategies on the...

HoCo Queen Candidate: Mariah Blackburn

HoCo Queen Candidate: Mariah Blackburn

Matthew Burns October 8, 2018

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30 years later Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier still impacts student speech

30 years later ‘Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier’ still impacts student speech

George Frey January 29, 2018

In the United States teenage pregnancies or students dealing with divorce is not always unusual. In 2015 10 in 1000 people experienced divorce. In 1983 however, student journalists at Hazelwood East High...

Bethel School District v Fraser continues to affect speech regulation

‘Bethel School District v Fraser’ continues to affect speech regulation

Jared Geyer January 25, 2018

Matthew Fraser was suspended from Bethel High School in April 1983. The previous day, Fraser had given a speech made for nominating a fellow student for the student government in front of the 600 students...

Get to know your homecoming queen nominees

Get to know your homecoming queen nominees

Urmilla Kuttikad October 22, 2013

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Photo by Emily Franke

Homecoming week sparks excitement

Molly Mehle October 17, 2013

As the awaited homecoming week nears, students and administration scramble to get ready for the events and activities that will take place this year. What starts the week is the homecoming theme, which...

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Indian Supreme Court overturns Novartis’ drug patent bid for the good of humanity

Raj Satpathy May 2, 2013

On the front of it, the Indian Supreme Court’s denial of a patent for Novartis’ new anti-cancer medicine seems like a bad choice. The decision, made just two weeks ago on April 1, would logically...

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