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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

Track and field ends season on a high note at state

Track and field ends season on a high note at state

Madi Mertz June 2, 2014

On Friday, RBHS's track team made the long pilgrimage to Jefferson City's Lincoln University  for the MSHSAA State Championships.  Twenty-three sophomores, juniors and seniors qualified to compete in...

A musical legacy: Bob and Melissa Bohon

A musical legacy: Bob and Melissa Bohon

Madi Mertz May 19, 2014

In the history of of RBHS, there have been only three vocal music teachers. The second, Bob Bohon, taught for nearly thirty years, thousands of students passing through his classes, two of them being his...

photo by Elise Acton

Free princess event by ParentLink comes tomorrow

Madi Mertz April 25, 2014

This Saturday, April 26, princesses will return to RBHS for the Family Fun Fest, a spring festival event by ParentLink.  The event will take place not directly in RBHS but across the street in a field...

Photo by Morgan Berk

Show Choir Dessert Benefit closes 2014 season

Madi Mertz April 15, 2014

This Saturday, RBHS Show Choirs Satin n’ Lace and City Lights wrapped up their 2014 season with the Appetizer and Dessert benefit. For the evening, the RBHS gym assumed the identity of Jay Gatsby’s...

Although the Gypsy Improv Show has been cancelled, the show promises to be immensely entertaining

The Ugly Duckling becomes a swan one last time, putting forth ageless appeal

Madi Mertz April 9, 2014

[vimeo url="https://vimeo.com/91764418" width="200" height="300"] As the old story goes, the Ugly Duckling will one day become a beautiful swan, and although “The Ugly Duckling”, RBHS’s competitive...

The message many students are finding on their CourseSmart etextbooks. Photo by Madi Mertz

AP textbooks expire unexpectedly

Madi Mertz March 9, 2014

Last week students in Advanced Placement U.S. Studies classes who tried to log on to their iPad online textbook had a rude awakening when they were informed that they did not have any textbooks on their...

True/False March March 2014

True/False March March 2014

Madi Mertz March 3, 2014

On Friday, Feb. 28, True/False film festival's annual March March was held. Music is performed by a group marching in the parade, who can be seen at the very end. [vimeo url="https://vimeo.com/88007108"...

Making Magic/Realism Panel True/False 2014

Making Magic/Realism Panel True/False 2014

Madi Mertz March 2, 2014

The Odd Fellows Lodge is an unassuming venue, not flashy or intricate. More like a door in the middle of a block of shops, the only thing to draw attention to it is the large True/False logo above the...

Oscar Best Original Score predictions

Oscar ‘Best Original Score’ predictions

Sophie Whyte March 2, 2014

[heading size="25" margin="10"]Best Original Score[/heading] [tabs] [tab title="Philomena"] Philomena Philomena is scored by Alexandre Desplat, one of the biggest names in the music-scoring business....

March March offers zany glimpse into heart of True/False

March March offers zany glimpse into heart of True/False

Madi Mertz February 28, 2014

Community members, visitors and students poured into downtown Columbia to celebrate the True/False Film Festival. Here are some highlights of the March March, the annual festival parade. March March 2014...

Photo by Mikaela Acton, Art by Alex Carranza

Southpaw: What Next?

Emily Franke February 26, 2014

Dreams for the future fill our minds from the time we enter preschool. Fantasies of potential colleges, professions and lives grip our thoughts throughout the years of primary and secondary school as...

Art by Sarah Poor.

Cartoons promote individuality instead of relationships

Madi Mertz February 21, 2014

Little did Snow White know that when she met those funny little men in the woods, she would make history with the seven of them. Ever since “Snow White,” the first feature-length animated film, was...

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