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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

Commonplace items hold potential to be repurposed.

That’s trash: hidden potential in everyday garbage

Audrey Novinger November 25, 2019

Opinion Newspapers, cereal boxes and empty peanut butter jars may be commonplace to the ordinary eye, but they are treasures to my artistic eye. From discarded containers to wrinkled magazines, the...

Photo by yongkiet / Envato Element

Community reacts to Green New Deal

Amanda Kurukulasuriya April 26, 2019

Although Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass. introduced the Green New Deal to Congress Feb. 7, many Americans are still unfamiliar with the contents of the bill. Ocasio-Cortez...

Behind the Scenes: Inside look with True/False staff

Behind the Scenes: Inside look with True/False staff

Ji-Sung Lee February 28, 2019

Newspaper staff member Ji-Sung Lee spoke to True/False employees to get a behind the scenes look on how the festival is run. Read below to get information on volunteering, history, goals of the event and...

Cheerleading provides clinic for young athletes

Cheerleading provides clinic for young athletes

Sarah Kuhlmann January 29, 2019

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Green and gold attire to showcase school spirit during Courtwarming week

Green and gold attire to showcase school spirit during Courtwarming week

Siena Juhlin February 8, 2017

  Seniors Elliot Bones and Logan Widhalm Student dress up as the Disney princesses Tiana and Belle.   Teacher Caleb Pitts sports a green had with funky gold glasses and beads over his Bruins...

By Sury Rawat

How to start saving the world today

Alice Yu January 21, 2015

Lessons of conserving material and sustaining the Earth are punctuated throughout society. They’re folded into the story of the Lorax, hiding on the labels of water bottles and dotting the hallways of...

RBHS Baccalaureate

RBHS Baccalaureate

Alyssa Piecko May 23, 2013

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Cover by Michelle Zhuang

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Somewhere there is a boy standing on a rainy playground at a cloudy sunset hanging onto a fistful of colorful balloons that stand out defiantly among the asphalt and gray-brown mulch land that he inhabits. As...

Making King Cakes (a montage)

Making King Cakes (a montage)

Urmilla Kuttikad February 12, 2013

[media url="https://vimeo.com/59472674" width="640" height="360"] King Cakes are heavenly. The aroma in the Baking and Pastry kitchen when the students are making them is one of cinnamon and fresh dough...

Nightly Drain:  One of the drains found downtown shows water flowing into the sewer.  These paintings remind citizens to not throw trash into the storm drains and to think twice about how their actions affect the environment. Photo by Asa Lory

Drain art advocates being green

Ashleigh Atasoy December 11, 2012

As the autumn breezes whip across Columbia, luminous leaves litter the streets of downtown. Filling the crevices hugged by adjoining buildings, the fall leaves serve as a bright relief from the monotone...

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