The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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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

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The RBHS Booster Club, which annually hosts the For the Love of the Game auction and dinner, raised enough money in the past 10 years to renovate and expand the weight room. Celebrating their decade mark, For the Love of the Game hopes to reach a milestone of one million dollars in revenue to help fund Columbia Public Schools’ purchase of new weights.

Students use weight training to reach fitness goals

Faaris Khan April 30, 2018

For senior Joe Pulickal, having a chiseled, muscular body was always a dream he wished would come true. This year, he decided to make it happen. As a senior, Pulickal had a lighter schedule compared to...

Photo by Kai Ford

House Bill proposes arming professors

Faaris Khan March 22, 2018
Lawmakers debate House Bill about arming college professors in Missouri.
Bruins grasp victory in final minute of quarterfinal game

Bruins grasp victory in final minute of quarterfinal game

Faaris Khan March 12, 2018
With another postseason performance for the books, the boys’ basketball team defeated Parkview High School (60-51) in a close game, securing their position in Missouri’s Final Four in the state tournament.
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Bruins win sectionals, advance to quarterfinals

Faaris Khan March 9, 2018
The boys’ basketball team continued their vastly successful season on Wednesday, March 7, emerging victorious in the postseason sectionals matchup against Willard High School.
Lady Bruins fall to Blue Springs in district championship

Lady Bruins fall to Blue Springs in district championship

Faaris Khan March 2, 2018
In heartbreaking fashion, the girls' basketball team fell to Blue Springs in the district championship game on March 1.
Valentines Day creates teenage pressures

Valentine’s Day creates teenage pressures

Faaris Khan February 15, 2018
While the concept of Valentine’s Day itself is simple, the experience can be different for couples of varying ages.
Celebrating Norman Lewis

Celebrating Norman Lewis

Faaris Khan February 10, 2018
Born in Harlem, New York City in 1909, Norman Lewis was a painter of Bermudian descent. Today, he is one of the most recognized African-American artists from the 20th century.
A Christian’s perspective on public school education

A Christian’s perspective on public school education

Maddie Murphy February 10, 2018
Students are only taught one of two popular options and don’t receive the standard American right to choose what they want to believe to be true for themselves.
Girls swimming starts in Independence meet

Girls’ swimming starts in Independence meet

Faaris Khan December 14, 2017
The Lady Bruins’ swim team has begun this season with a desire for the title, and will compete at the Independence Invitational from Dec. 15-16, one of the main competitions of the season.
Got issues? Just blame Obama

Got issues? Just blame Obama

Faaris Khan November 1, 2017
Barack Obama is indeed a dangerous figure. So dangerous, in fact, that his wickedness is responsible for each and every problem in our universe.
Feature photo by Maya Bell

Failure incites self-reflection

Faaris Khan October 2, 2017
Not passing a driver's test has more benefits than anticipated.
Americans debate preserving confederate monuments

Americans debate preserving confederate monuments

Faaris Khan September 28, 2017
White right activists discuss keeping up and preserving confederate monuments in America and the history that comes with them.
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