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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

Art by Rachel Stevens.

Adopting self care habits helps hinder mental pressure

Anjali Noel Ramesh February 12, 2021

Before I started high school, all my older friends talked about was the torment junior year would give me. Standardized testing, high level classes, extracurriculars and mountains of homework were its...

Day 137

Day 137

Bailey Stover August 1, 2020

Goodbye childhood. Today is August 1. I was so energized from my graduation and family dinner last night I wasn’t able to get to sleep until 1 a.m. Nevertheless, my body decided I had to be up at 8:45...

Day 125

Day 125

Bailey Stover July 20, 2020

Rainy days and Mondays and all that jazz. Today is July 20. I am so glad to be back on a normalized sleep schedule. When I wasn’t falling asleep until late and then waking up at noon, I felt like my...

Day 86

Day 86

Bailey Stover June 11, 2020

One day down, one to go. Today is June 11. After consistently waking up later than 9 a.m. for the past several weeks, having to get up by 8:40 a.m. was miserable. I was confused and cranky and definitely...

FOMO: an inevitable consequence of being a social butterfly

FOMO: an inevitable consequence of being a social butterfly

Maddie Orr December 12, 2019

Is it possible to be in two places at once? Reasonable physics would completely disregard the idea, but teenagers often relish in the thought. Literally rather than rationally, however, one can stay so...

Art by Rachel Stevens

Students interested in joining military after high school explore options

Maddie Orr November 6, 2019

[vc_text_separator title="Clad in camo, courage" title_align="separator_align_left"] On June 29, senior Camryn Crowe woke up just before the sun broke the horizon, which is much earlier than most teenagers...

Which grade are you at heart? Take this quiz to find out

Which grade are you at heart? Take this quiz to find out

Will Cover October 18, 2019

We can't promise it'll be right, but we tried our best. Have some fun, find out what grade we think you are and then compare with your friends! [wp_quiz id="320008"] Did we guess your grade correctly?...

RBHS to include compost bins in waste removal system

Anjali Noel Ramesh September 28, 2019

By the end of September, RBHS, along with Hickman High School and Battle High School, will add compost bins to their trash disposal systems. Partnering with the City of Columbia and the Mid-Missouri Solid...

Stacked textbooks on a table.

Helps the hassle, worth the weight

Anjali Noel Ramesh September 18, 2019

The online world can be extremely distracting. The new version of Papa’s Freezeria or the addicting Buzzfeed quizzes are almost irresistible during a dull school reading assignment. When homework comes...

Seniors last day of school tradition continues

Senior’s last day of school tradition continues

Emily Oba April 30, 2019

he last day of school for RBHS’ senior students is Wednesday, May 15. This date is a day off from being two weeks before the rest of the school’s students get out Tuesday, May 28. “[The early out...

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Boys’ basketball defeats St. Joseph Lafayette

Maddie Murphy December 15, 2018

The boys’ basketball team has set the tone for the rest of the season with another dominant win against St. Joseph Lafayette Saturday, Dec. 15. The Bruins came out on top with a 79-47 win, improving...

BLOOD DRIVE: Students cheer on friend to donate blood last year. Photo by Yousef Leljayyousi

StuCo to host annual blood drive Oct. 31

Anna Xu October 30, 2018

From before Civics teacher Kelley Wittenborn took over as the adviser of Student Council, it has hosted a blood drive partnering with the Red Cross. As tradition would have it, this year the organization...

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