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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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Golf coach steps down, reflects on 16-year legacy

Golf coach steps down, reflects on 16-year legacy

Anjali Noel Ramesh January 3, 2021

RBHS counselor Melissa Coil announced she would be stepping down as head coach for the girls’ golf team earlier this school year. She said a primary reason for her step down was to focus more on her...

The girls volleyball stands, watching Hannibal High School warm up at their game Thursday, Oct. 8. Photo by Ana Manzano.

RBHS Athletics deals with COVID-19 guidelines, game cancellations

Ana Manzano October 16, 2020

Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) and its Sports Medicine Advisory Committee released its guidelines and recommendations for sports and activities last summer amid the COVID-19...

The girls golf team poses for a picture at the conclusion of their round, holding up a one to symbolize their first place finish at L.A. Nickell Golf Course on Oct. 14. Photo by Audrey Snyder.

Girls’ golf swings into full gear, taking sectional title en route to state championship

Maddie Orr October 15, 2019

With a chilly breeze and 40 degree temperatures in the early morning, the girls’ golf team took home a sectional title Oct. 14 with a score of 327, winning by 15 strokes over second place Francis Howell...

BREAK AWAY: Senior defender Lily Abraham takes off during the jamboree game against Hickman High School (HHS) Friday, March 8. The Bruins ended the scrimmage with a (1-1) draw. The jamboree was the first time the team played under new head coach Scott Wittenborn. Photo by Camryn Devore

Girls’ soccer secures win against Spartans

Emily Oba April 15, 2019

he girls’ soccer team played against the Spartans, Saturday April 13, on the Battle High School field. The Bruins were able to defeat their opponent (6-3), which improved their season to [6-4]. “I...

Photo by George Frey

Anonymity levels playing field of college admissions

Bailey Stover March 21, 2019

Fifty mothers and fathers. Fifty men and women with net worths in the tens of millions. Fifty American citizens subject to the laws of the United States arrested in the recent college admissions scandal...

First time I experienced a stereotype

First time I experienced a stereotype

Brandon Kim March 7, 2019

[vc_video link=""][penci_text_block block_title_align="style-title-left" custom_markup_1=""]Raymond Foster talks about the first time he was stereotyped.[/penci_text_block]

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

Where some women lead lives of privilege, others live lives of poverty. Where some women enjoy a multitude of social and political liberties, others live in oppression. Dr. Julie Passanante Elman, Associate...

Global Village premieres Tuesday, Feb. 19

Global Village premieres Tuesday, Feb. 19

Isaac Parrish February 19, 2019

[vc_video link=""]The annual Global Village week will begin Tuesday and last through to Friday, Feb. 22. Unique footage by Bailey Stover. Editing by Isaac Parrish. Music...

RBHS to host annual Global Village fair

RBHS to host annual Global Village fair

Ethan Hayes February 18, 2019

This week, the annual Global Village fair will take place. Each day will have its own theme and festivities, excluding Feb. 18 because school is not in session. Students can get henna drawings and create...

Custodial staff works with administrative staff to get the main commons doors to lock successfully during modified lockdown, Sept. 7. Photo by Camryn DeVore

External threat reveals automatic door locking complications

Multiple Authors September 7, 2018

At 11:54 today, RBHS as well as Gentry Middle School, Rock Bridge Elementary School and the Columbia Area Career Center were put in lock down “due to an apparent bank robbery on Green Meadows Road,”...

Sophomore Caroline Schade bends to tee her ball at the Oct. 10 Class 2 Girls Golf state championship.

Girls’ golf places fifth at state championship

Ryan Choe October 14, 2017

[dropcap style="flat" size="4"]F[/dropcap]rom Monday Oct. 9 to Tuesday Oct. 10, the girls' golf team powered itself to a fifth place finish at the Class 2 Girls Golf State Championship in Sedalia, Missouri....

Photo by Ben Yelton

Girls’ golf gear up for districts in Troy

Allie Pigg September 24, 2017

[dropcap style="flat" size="4"]M[/dropcap]onday Sept. 25, girls’ golf will tee off their postseason run in Troy, Missouri. The Bruins are hoping to power through districts to the state tournament in...

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