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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

RBHS students, Colorado residents discuss merits of recreational marijuana

RBHS students, Colorado residents discuss merits of recreational marijuana

Madeline Kuligowski April 20, 2015

[heading size="16" margin="10"]Where does 420 come from?[/heading] Today marks the date that has been whispered and shouted in connection to marijuana for more than 40 years. It’s not the day Bob Marley...

Females take over steering wheel

Grace Vance May 30, 2014

[dropcap style="simple" size="4"]  I[/dropcap]t was 8:30 a.m. when senior Jackie Gajia left from a hooping festival in Belle, Mo. with a friend. From the flow arts festival where she watched hoop dancing...

Second Annual Midwest Pride Day comes to Missouri

Second Annual Midwest Pride Day comes to Missouri

Brett Stover April 30, 2014

Last year, a group of RBHS students took their idea - a day to celebrate what makes the middle section of our country unique - all the way to the capitol. Well, 30 minutes south to the Missouri state...

Student view: North Korea and Dennis Rodman

Student view: North Korea and Dennis Rodman

Sam Mitten January 14, 2014

Whether it be his multi-colored hair and hairstyles he donned on a multitude of occasions or his famous red carpet masquerades such as when he wore a wedding dress in May of 1996 to promote his autobiography,...

Bullying over social media not protected under school, state law

Daphne Yu May 23, 2013

One out of every seven students has been or is a victim of bullying from kindergarten to grade 12, according to bullyingstatistics.org. In a world where there are so many different modes of communication,...

Lab Explorations 101 partners with Mizzou, presents research through poster session

Lab Explorations 101 partners with Mizzou, presents research through poster session

Sophie Whyte May 17, 2013

After a nearly three-month long experiment, the Columbia Area Career Center’s Lab Explorations 101 class presented their findings Wednesday, May 15. The students partnered with the University of Missouri...

Cover by Michelle Zhuang

If

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...

Art by Paige Martin

Procrastination cycle proves inescapable

Jilly Dos Santos March 14, 2013

I have a biology test Tuesday that I haven’t studied for. I need to read eight chapters in The Good Earth, and I’ve got four pages down. Also there’s that half-finished Spanish worksheet due Wednesday...

Board of Education discusses start times

Board of Education discusses start times

Urmilla Kuttikad January 15, 2013

Battle High School "is a huge accomplishment,” Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Chris Belcher said. “It is something for our community to be proud of.” Though there was a consensus that the...

District debates change in start time. Photo by Muhammad Al-Rawi

District proposal may hurt sports, arts

Alyssa Sykuta January 10, 2013

The transportation committee for Columbia Public Schools announced yesterday their proposal that high schools start class next year at 7:20 a.m., as opposed to the current 7:50 a.m. start time. Part of...

Catch Abagnale Jr at Jesse Hall

Brett Stover September 6, 2012

Frank W. Abagnale Jr, on whose life the 2002 movie Catch Me If You Can is based, will speak at Jesse Hall in Columbia on Wednesday, Sept. 12. At age 16, Abagnale ran away from home and began a crime spree...

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