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‘Knives Out,’ a delightful new twist on the classic mystery genre

‘Knives Out,’ a delightful new twist on the classic mystery genre

Brandon Kim November 29, 2019

“Knives Out” is a wonderfully crafted film that leaves the viewer energized when they exit the theater. It is an homage to the old Alfred Hitchcock movies and interconnected puzzles of Agatha Christie's...

Girls basketball wins over HHS in tight game

Girls basketball wins over HHS in tight game

Camryn DeVore January 26, 2019

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UNIQUE dance team offers tryouts

‘UNIQUE’ dance team offers tryouts

Amanda Kurukulasuriya August 28, 2018

Tryouts for Unique dance team are Wednesday, Aug. 29. Unique began three years ago at RBHS. The group offers inclusivity for everyone, especially African Americans, Coach Erica Wade said. This is her...

RBHS to host College & Career Fair Village

RBHS to host College & Career Fair Village

Katie Whaley October 25, 2017

RBHS will hold its bi-annual Career & College Village (CCV) Friday, Oct. 27. The event, organized by guidance counselor Rachel Reed, is to give students an opportunity to meet people in career paths...

One week with the Nintendo Switch

One week with the Nintendo Switch

Cam Fuller March 15, 2017

After some pour business decisions and a lackluster console, many didn’t think Nintendo could come back from their fall. Long-time fans had counted them out, but one should never forget that Nintendo...

Netflixs Series of Unfortunate Events offers up family-friendly show

Netflix’s “Series of Unfortunate Events” offers up family-friendly show

Grace Dorsey January 19, 2017

On Friday, Netflix released the first eight episodes of the new show “Series of Unfortunate Events,” adapted from the popular book franchise. Acting The casting for this series was a mixture of expected...

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School start date benefits students, athletes

The Rock and Bearing News Staff November 2, 2016

Nobody likes to be in school during June. With temperatures in the high ‘80s and the prospect of sitting poolside under the warm sun, students would much rather spend the first days of June on summer...

Banners hang from the columns on Francis Quadrangle. Photo by Asa Lory

There’s no place like home

Ji-Ho Lee February 6, 2016

Banners hang from the columns on the campus of the University of Missouri - Columbia. The columns and the campus, both highlights of the city, have been put to shame the actions and events that have unfolded...

Songs for the summer

Songs for the summer

Ross Parks May 9, 2014

Now that it's hit 90 degrees, the time has come for long car rides and summer anthems. So here it is, five songs by relative genre that may soon be in your favorite summer lists. (All videos are full...

Photo by Drew Rodgers

Prom not for everyone

Jay Whang April 26, 2014

Every May, high school seniors dressed in nice tuxedos and dresses ride limousines to high school prom, short for promenade. Prom started back in the 19th century, when American universities held them...

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