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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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Atiyah Lane - Photo by Bailey Stover

Teach my history, too

Atiyah Lane May 22, 2019
Atiyah Lane reflects on her previous educational experiences and the inadequate representation she has noticed in the teaching of African American history.
Royal Tea: Screen Time Edition

Royal Tea: Screen Time Edition

Valeria Velasquez April 30, 2019

I’ve written college essays about the maintaining of this blog, had countless laughter sessions while reading my own writing (if I don’t think it’s amusing, who will?) and have spent hours looking...

photo by Abdul-Rahman Abdul-Kafi

Global female heads of state work to break glass ceiling

Emily Oba March 29, 2019

While women are slowly climbing their way into leadership and previously thought to be ‘male’ positions, the list of female heads of state and government is slim. With 45 presidents having led the...

Sophomore Xavier Sykes and senior JaMonta Black take a moment to celebrate winning the Class 5 state championship. The win was the first in Rock Bridge history. Photo by Camryn Devore

RBHS makes history, wins first boys’ basketball state championship

Ji-Sung Lee March 17, 2019
The Bruins made history Saturday, March 16 by winning the first boys’ basketball state championship
Photo by Camryn Devore

Boys’ basketball to compete for state championship, defeats LSN

Atiyah Lane March 16, 2019
The Bruins made history, winning (72-59) and advancing to the MSHSAA Class 5 State Championships.
Photo by Prostock-studio / Envato Element

on Women’s History Month

Ji-Sung Lee March 8, 2019
Students voice their opinion on female role models in their lives.
Photo by Amira McKee

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Amira McKee March 7, 2019
Sophomore Turner DeArmond describes who he believes is the most influential woman.
Photo by Amira McKee

My grandmother

Amira McKee March 7, 2019
Sophomore Ana Monzano describes who she believes is the most influential woman.
Junior Beni Adelstein poses behind the booth representing her home country, Japan. My Japanese culture plays a big part in my life, Adelstein said. I want to be able to share that with everyone else. Photo by Allie Pigg

Women’s rights, experiences transcend culture, religion

Bailey Stover March 7, 2019
Around the world, women lead different lives with varying privileges and hardships. Throughout history, culture and religion have shaped women's daily lives.
Royal Tea: Georgiana of Cavendish

Royal Tea: Georgiana of Cavendish

Valeria Velasquez March 5, 2019
This week’s edition of Royal Tea will be discussing the life of Georgiana Cavendish.
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‘One Child Nation’ shows dark perspective of one child policy

Anna Xu March 2, 2019
'One Child Nation’ takes an emotional and uncensored look at how the one child policy affected rural southern China.
Black History in Columbia, MO - Black History Month

Black History in Columbia, MO – Black History Month

Multiple Authors February 13, 2019

[vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBKXVckz3jg"]Ben Kimchi explains some of the black history of Columbia. Video by Isaac Parrish. Script by Emily Oba and Bailey Stover. Special thanks to...

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