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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

Bearing News

Annual fast-a-thon to encourage cultural awareness, Ramadan experience

Annual fast-a-thon to encourage cultural awareness, Ramadan experience

Allie Pigg January 15, 2018

For senior Donia Shawn, the Holy Month of Ramadan is a time to reconnect with her family and build her relationship with her God, Allah. Ramadan is Shawn’s favorite holiday in the Islam religion because...

Passionate soul causes catharsis

Passionate soul causes catharsis

Special Guest October 10, 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]by Kristine Cho Plainly put, it was calm. We sat, inhaling the sunlight that filtered in through the windows. The air was unmoving except for a scrolling mouse as summer...

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Übermensch conflicts with modern views

Kristine Cho March 27, 2017

We’d like to think that the best kind of person is the one who is generous, kind and warm-hearted, but not according to German philosopher Freidrich Nietzsche. Nietzsche’s iconic nature is found in...

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Unlikely philosophical studies bring new light on beauty

Kristine Cho March 13, 2017

Of all the different philosophical concepts, beauty isn’t the first thing most people think of. However, it would be a great injustice to skip the study of aesthetics. Beauty is tightly linked with the...

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Speech and debate students excel in district tournaments

Rochita Ghosh March 6, 2017

For the past two consecutive weekends, the RBHS Speech and Debate team competed in the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) District tournament and the National Speech and Debate...

PTSA Reflections contest names finalists

PTSA Reflections contest names finalists

Rochita Ghosh January 18, 2016

art by Dzung Nguyen The Missouri PTA announced the state finalists of the annual PTA Reflections contest on Jan. 11, with eight RBHS students among the ranks. Sophomore Kristine Cho, senior Nicole Schroeder...

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Science Olympiad sets record placement at State

Emily Franke April 21, 2015

At 5:45 a.m. on Saturday, April 18, RBHS Science Olympiad Green Team members loaded two buses with contraptions and team members to compete in the State Competition at Westminster University in Fulton,...

Reflections winners represent at state

Reflections winners represent at state

Emily Franke February 8, 2015

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Student View: Should police uniforms have cameras on them as Obama suggested?

Student View: Should police uniforms have cameras on them as Obama suggested?

Devesh Kumar December 6, 2014

After the issue in Ferguson with Michael Brown getting shot, there were multiple uncertainties as to what happened. The grand jury gave the verdict on Nov. 24. In the aftermath of the verdict, there were...

Student View: Thanksgiving

Student View: Thanksgiving

Devesh Kumar November 26, 2014

In the autumn of 1621, the Pilgrims and Wampanoag held a feast to celebrate the colony’s first successful harvest. They celebrated these days of thanksgiving as part of their religion. This led a start...

Performing the Fantasie-Impromptu in C-sharp minor, Op. 66 by Frederic Chopin, freshman Kristine Cho adjusts to playing on a nine-foot grand piano. On Tuesday, Nov. 11, the 29 students picked to perform at the Piano Student Showcase attended a rehearsal, running through the order of the program and walking through the path to get on stage and off stage. Photo by Alice Yu.

Piano man (and woman)

Alice Yu November 13, 2014

Three RBHS students to perform in the thirteenth annual Piano Student Showcase Now in its 13thftent year, the Piano Student Showcase initially began with the meeting of a woman who loved music and a...

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