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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

People with physical touch as their love language feel loved when they receive physical signs of affection. Photo by Sophia Eaton.

Understanding love languages proves beneficial to relationships

Sarah Ding February 12, 2021

Senior Audrey Novinger prefers to make gifts for holidays rather than buy them. She’s created watercolors, bookmarks, embroidery, cards, bracelets and beauty products for her friends and family for birthdays,...

Goodbye, Bearing News!

Day 150

Bailey Stover August 14, 2020

What is the best way to say goodbye? Today is August 14. Since I started writing these posts 150 days ago, I’ve given a lot of thought to how I want to end them. At first I thought I’d stop on day...

Day 135

Day 135

Bailey Stover July 30, 2020

Take time to notice and be thankful for small moments of joy. Today is July 30. For some reason I keep waking up with bug bites all over my legs. I don’t sleep with my windows open and haven’t been...

Day 118

Day 118

Bailey Stover July 13, 2020

Teeth are weird. Today is July 13. I woke up at 8 a.m. after a fitful night’s sleep. I meant to go to bed early, but I think a combination of my now annoyingly common insomnia and my nerves about my...

Day 93

Day 93

Bailey Stover June 18, 2020

Happy 60th Birthday, Dad! Today is June 18. Cramps are an effective morning alarm. I hadn’t intended to get up at 7:15 a.m., but my body had other ideas. I’d guess this is too much personal information...

Yes, I do know my shirt is inside out and backward. Photo by Bailey Stover.

Day 87

Bailey Stover June 12, 2020

In times of emotional turmoil, Uncle Iroh has the answers. Today is June 12. Last night my brother and I stayed up until nearly 2 a.m. creating my ideal schedule for fall classes at the University of...

To Write Love On Her Arms worker Chad Moses speaks with festival goers during Roots N Blues Saturday, Sept. 28. Photo by Bailey Stover.

People of Roots N Blues – Chad Moses

Bailey Stover September 29, 2019

Chad Moses works with the organization To Write Love on Her Arms as a way to spread hope and create a community for those in need who are looking for help. During the festival, the group had a tent...

Photo by sianstock

Voice your own love

Atiyah Lane February 1, 2019

For so long, when I was around nine or 10, I always had someone I wanted to be like. I watched older celebrities or women and wished to be like them. I wished for my hair to grow long and straight, to...

Timeline: History of LGBTQ representation in film

Timeline: History of LGBTQ representation in film

Ana Manzano January 10, 2019

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Cherries are sweet, tart, or somewhere in between. Add some ice and it becomes a sight for the eyes as well.

Love them while they are here

Atiyah Lane December 20, 2018

Hearing the saying, “People don't love you until you're dead,” I began to understand it more and more. I live in a generation where so many people bury their feelings, and they make it aware that they’re...

Art by Isabel Thoroughman


Bailey Stover November 1, 2018

In the struggle to care for herself, one student overcomes internal and external turmoil to generate positive self-perception. For legal and ethical reasons, “The Rock” has made the following sophomore...

RBHS students use their phones during a lunch period.

Internet strangers show love

Jordyn Thompson October 29, 2018

Freshman year, I sat with a group of friends, talking about our Instagram pictures and the number of followers each of us had. One of my friends brought up how she wished she got more comments on her pictures...

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