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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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Plan leading strategy of successful business competition concept. Hand of player chess board game putting white pawn, copy space

Fast food, environment meet strategic analysis

James Glaser November 4, 2019

Afast food restaurant is designed to be an extremely efficient place to buy a meal. We arrive in our cars, order, move forward, pay, move forward, get food and leave. Of course, the bulk of the journey...

James Glaser, senior

James Glaser, senior

Sarah Mosteller October 7, 2019

What do you think is one of the biggest flaws in the American education system? “I see this less at Rock Bridge because we have a lot of really good AP classes that we can take, and we have a great Career...

Veatch

Door decks displayed throughout main hallway

Anna Xu October 1, 2019

Following a multi-year tradition, freshman advisory classes constructed door decks based on the homecoming theme: salad. This year’s slogan is “We be dressing for HoCo 2019.”  Counselor Douglas...

Terror Management Theory fuels culture, conflict

Terror Management Theory fuels culture, conflict

James Glaser September 27, 2019

What separates humans from other animals?  Depending on who you ask, you will get a lot of different answers. People who trust in Genesis 1:26 may state that our dominion over other animals creates a...

Junior James Glaser works in physics teacher Malcolm Smiths room during his teacher assistant time. Photo by Anna Xu

Teacher assistant removed as enrollment option

Anna Xu January 24, 2019

The 2019-20 school year will see many revisions to credit opportunities, said director of counselling Betsy Jones. A major change is the elimination of teachers assistants, something that Jones does not...

India Nite: The three girls that make up the Swaralaya group hold a pose as the music hits a calm pause before returning to a more upbeat rhythm. On the far right is Sophomore, Tia Rawat and on the far left is Freshman, Charu Murugesan. Photo by Sarah Mosteller.

Students learn about Indian culture through particpation in India Nite

Amira McKee & Sarah Mosteller October 28, 2018

What once was the dim, spacious void of the Jesse Hall Auditorium, erupts into a world of sound, color and culture for India Nite Oct. 27. Dancers paint the stage with vivid shades of orange, purple and...

Clubs, sports create additional school absences

Clubs, sports create additional school absences

Ji-Sung Lee October 23, 2018

When sophomore Avery Samuel is in softball season, she is absent for nearly every other fourth hour class. For tournaments, it could be a day and a half of material she misses. This constant cycle of playing...

on Sinclair Broadcast Group

on Sinclair Broadcast Group

Rachael Erickson April 11, 2018

The aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, a race subject to Russian misinformation spread on social media, saw the rise of the term “fake news.” This phrase, popularized by those on the left...

Former emos reflect on phase of self-expression

Former emos reflect on phase of self-expression

Ann Fitzmaurice January 23, 2017

In fifth grade senior Mariah Dasczynski tried to dye her entire lunch black. She arrived at school with her gray sandwich and a disappointed mother back home. Dasczynski dodged questions from her friends...

The best part of my Thanksgiving is probably that all my family gets together. My parents, they’re divorced, and my dad works for the city so a lot of times on Christmas he’ll have to go plow snow or he’ll have to be at work. But Thanksgiving is one holiday where I know for sure that we’re all going to be there, and that we’re all going to go play football, that we’re all going to cook everything together. And we always cook way too much food. It’s just nice to have everybody together for that. The best part of my Thanksgiving is probably that all my family gets together. My parents, they’re divorced, and my dad works for the city so a lot of times on Christmas he’ll have to go plow snow or he’ll have to be at work. But Thanksgiving is one holiday where I know for sure that we’re all going to be there, and that we’re all going to go play football, that we’re all going to cook everything together. And we always cook way too much food. It’s just nice to have everybody together for that.Sophomore Danica Barnes

on their favorite parts of Thanksgiving

Katie Whaley November 22, 2016

Bryce Hill, sophomore Tess Brinkerhoff, junior, Abigail Chapdelaine, sophomore, Mia Hale, junior Danica Barnes, sophomore Ethan Hayes, sophomore   James Glaser, freshman, Anna Xu, freshman What's...

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