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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

Junior Matthew Hauser racing at the Class 4 District 7 meet. Hauser finished in first place with a time of 15:38. Photo taken by Greg Hall.

Cross Country takes first place at districts

Jared Geyer October 28, 2019

Rock Bridge Cross Country (RBXC) set a precedent as both the boys’ and girls’ teams took first place in the Class 4 District 7 meet on Oct. 26. Both varsity teams raced at Lee’s Summit North High...

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‘Apollo 11’ brings triumph to historical documentaries

Jared Geyer March 5, 2019

In an era that is so self-indulgent in the consumption and progression of technology, it seems like an anomaly that the Apollo 11 flight to the moon was even remotely successful. The blocky computers and...

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‘American Factory’ provokingly portrays clash between cultures

Jared Geyer March 2, 2019

The film ‘American Factory’ portrays the clash of culture between the manufacturing style of China and the working class of America. The CEO of Fuyao, a Chinese glass manufacturing company, takes...

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‘Girls Like You’ epitomizes mediocrity, corporate sellout

Jared Geyer February 27, 2019

ometimes music charts show the worst popular artists have to offer, and that was no more evident than 2018, when the musical landscape was graced by Maroon 5’s biggest hit yet. The song in question is...

Students share personal struggle in higher-level auditions

Students share personal struggle in higher-level auditions

Jared Geyer December 14, 2018

In the surplus of RBHS activities and classes that students can join, musical groups such as orchestra and band are some of the largest and most notable programs at school. While any student can try out...

Viola Davis in Widows

‘Widows’ thrills with enticing realism

Jared Geyer November 21, 2018

Morally ambiguous situations are something that most people try to avoid. There can be blurred lines between which decision is the most ethical. People who are good and bad are displayed as sharp contrasts...

Compassion in Action club members juniors Zain Syed, Kate Bushnell and Toan Vu stand in the PAC loby with sponsor Lesley Thalhuber during A lunch on Nov. 13. Students in the club walked through the halls passing out small items, such as gum, hot chocolate or gloves, to peers and teachers.

Students spread awareness on World Kindness Day

Jared Geyer November 13, 2018

Today, Nov. 13, is World Kindness Day, a day where random acts of kindness are encouraged and celebrated throughout communities across the world. In the spirit of the day, a small group of students gathered...

Vortex at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio

Artificial fears override the reality of safety

Jared Geyer September 13, 2018

In 2016, 1,197 amusement ride-related injuries occured in North America. Out of context, this statistic is perceived negatively. The same year that amusement parks produced 1,197 accidents, more than...

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