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Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Art by Desmond Kisida.

Halloween fosters self-expression with limits

Nora Crutcher-McGowan November 4, 2021

America has its fair share of stuffy rules and social norms, but “Halloween is the one time of year a girl can dress like a total slut and no other girl can say anything about it.” Cady Heron from...

Bruin bear had a great fall

Devin Hall November 2, 2020

In the first Bruin Bear comic of the school year, Barnky enjoys the fall season with their partner by carving pumpkins, watching movies, and spending time outdoors. Just because covid has made it harder...

Day 98

Day 98

Bailey Stover June 23, 2020

Some TV shows have indisputably awesome theme songs. Today is June 23. I woke up this morning exhilarated and confused by the dream I’d had about a sea monster posing as a body of water that ate people’s...

Day 92

Day 92

Bailey Stover June 17, 2020

Tired comes in many forms. Today is June 17. I woke up this morning from the midst of a hazy dream involving the Fourth of July, fireworks and college life. As per usual, I’m not sure how to interpret...

Art by Devin Hall.

Students retell haunting tales

Devin Hall October 30, 2019

As if they'd seen a ghost Michael Ray, freshman “When I was younger, around seven or eight, my little sister would make me sleep in her room because she got scared. And one night I was sleeping in...

Junior Courtney Bach blends into the dark background where only her face is illluminated by the candle in the foreground. Her face is painted with makeup to mimic a skull. Photo by Sarah Mosteller.

Five students recollect Halloween experiences

Olivia Peters October 29, 2019

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Halloween art and icons by Riley Kerns.

Historic facts disprove Halloween myths

Amira McKee October 29, 2019

Myth: Halloween is quintessentially American. To Americans, Halloween is unique to and saturated with the culture of the United States. From trick-or-treating to masquerading as ghosts and goblins, almost...

Art by Lorelei Dohm.

Multicultural Halloween celebrations shape memory

Bailey Stover October 28, 2019

[penci_text_block block_title_align="style-title-left"] Senior Rawan Ebada lived in Saudi Arabia as a child before moving to the U.S. How did you celebrate Oct. 31 or not celebrate it? “When I was a...

Trophies stand proudly in room 404, the band practice room. As one walks through the band hallway, its easy to see at least hundred trophies displayed, representing Rock Bridge High Schools impressive musical history. Photo by Ana Manzano

Concert and fall symphonic band to perform first concert of year

Audrey Novinger October 21, 2019

As the days grow shorter and pumpkins bedeck front porches, concert and fall symphonic band, two non-competitive performing groups, get ready for their first concert of the year to begin at  7 p.m. Oct....

Fall Festival offers visitors a night of autumn themed fun

Fall Festival offers visitors a night of autumn themed fun

Multiple Authors October 21, 2019

Sarah Kuhlman, video; Audrey Novinger, story and photo On a typical Saturday, it’s rare to find a large group of high school students who aren’t participating in an athletic or extracurricular event,...

Brent Brightwell dressed up as Bugs Bunny from Space Jam. Its cold outside and I wanted an excuse to wear my onesie. And... school spirit!

Through these ‘hallowed’ halls

Sophia Eaton February 12, 2019

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