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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

Simple ways to spice up holiday sweaters

Simple ways to spice up holiday sweaters

sophie froese December 22, 2019

The holiday season is full of festive gatherings, the ideal time for you to break out your favorite winter finery. The perfect look is sure to impress all of your Christmas crews, Chanukah chums, Kwanza...

Still warm jars of homemade rock candy. Photo by Audrey Novinger

Candy land legacy in my grandparents’ kitchen

Audrey Novinger December 20, 2019

I watched as gooey spirals of corn syrup trickled down upon a glittering mountain of sugar and water. Grandma’s metal spoon clinked against the glass measuring cup as she corralled the final globs of...

Seniors struggle with applying to college, receive teacher assistance

Seniors struggle with applying to college, receive teacher assistance

Emily Oba February 25, 2019

The frenzy of applying to college can become overwhelming for students who give themselves many options of schools. With tasks like financial aid, scholarships, applications, recommendation letters and...

What RBHS is thankful for

What RBHS is thankful for

Matthew Burns November 20, 2018


Seth Avett playing guitar and singing during the concert. The Avett Brothers performed live at Stephens Lake Park during the Roots n Blues n BBQ festival. Concert photo by Bailey Stover.

How The Avett Brothers kickdrumed into my heart

Bailey Stover October 2, 2018

[spotifyplaybutton play="spotify:user:rbhsbearingnews:playlist:3F0tnWxMze6FsaeHchKkHy"/] The Avett Brothers provide the perfect respite from a frantic world. I ravenously consume music, absorbing its vibrations,...

Senior Gemma Ross pitches to members of her own team during the Green and Gold scrimmage game on Aug. 23. Photo by Maya Bell

Softball kicks off new season with Green and Gold game

Ann Fitzmaurice August 24, 2018

In preparation for its first game of the season on Monday, the RBHS softball team split in half to compete in a Green and Gold scrimmage on Thursday night. While the Gold team won the scrimmage, the event...

Valentines Day creates teenage pressures

Valentine’s Day creates teenage pressures

Faaris Khan February 15, 2018

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here is no holiday quite like Valentine's Day. With its earliest roots dating back to ancient Rome, the passing of Feb. 14 each year marks a day of romance, cards, chocolates and roses....

Christmas celebrations dont apply to everyone

Christmas celebrations don’t apply to everyone

Ryan Choe January 21, 2018

When I came back to RBHS after winter break, I was hardly enthusiastic about starting a fresh semester of school. The beginning of the new year meant more days of working into the late nights, something...

One of the treats at the Velvet Cupcake. Photo by Maria Kalaitzandonakes

Satisfied by snickerdoodles, bakers weigh health effects of hobby

Siena Juhlin December 24, 2017

As festivities such as Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa draw nearer on the calendar, expectations of sugary treats begin to emerge. Homes fill with the aromas of peppermint, molasses and warm buttery pastries,...

CACC puts on annual holiday floral sale

CACC puts on annual holiday floral sale

Ji-Sung Lee December 14, 2017

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s the Columbia Area Career Center’s (CACC) holiday floral sale comes to a close, students look back on their efforts and contributions, which began in late July. The Greenhouse Production...

Conductor Alison Schmidt commands the attention of the orchestra by a simple baton, keeping each section in sync with each other and dictating the appropriate dynamics.

Orchestra holiday taping to air on local television stations

Ben Kimchi December 11, 2017

"Candy Canes", "Hot Chocolate", "Peppermint Bark" and "Gingerbread Man." RBHS concert orchestra performed the four movements of Sweet Petite Winter Suite on Friday Dec. 8 for the orchestra holiday taping....

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