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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

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CPS begins composting program at pilot schools

Sarah Ding March 9, 2020

[vc_empty_space height="70px"] Note: As of March 15, the composting initiative is suspended until further notice to minimize the spread of COVID-19. [vc_empty_space height="50px"]RBHS will be one of the...

The RBHS cafeteria is cleared after B lunch at 12:43 p.m. CPS and the City of Columbia entered a partnership to implement new kinds of recycling in schools across Columbia. Photo by Emily Dearing

Recycling options for students open up

Emily Dearing October 2, 2019

Entering a partnership, the City of Columbia and Columbia Public Schools (CPS) hopes to decrease waste and cost by a new recycling program implemented Sept. 26. This includes a larger mixed recycle, large...

RBHS to include compost bins in waste removal system

Anjali Noel Ramesh September 28, 2019

By the end of September, RBHS, along with Hickman High School and Battle High School, will add compost bins to their trash disposal systems. Partnering with the City of Columbia and the Mid-Missouri Solid...

Israeli bio pharmaceutical company claims to find cure for cancer

Israeli bio pharmaceutical company claims to find cure for cancer

Jordyn Thompson March 22, 2019

Jordyn talks in her podcast about the news releasing that an Israeli pharmaceutical company has claimed they will have a cure for cancer in a years time using peptides. She shares opinion and worries about...

Art by Moy Zhong

‘Weather’ or not you agree, climate change is a hoax

Katie Whaley December 20, 2018

All scientists are shams. Between their lengthy words and outlandish hypotheses, they have crafted deceitful fantasies to oppress and blind us from the truth. They contend the earth is round when it is...

Prometheus - Art by Moy Zhong.

Finding the fire

Anna Xu October 16, 2018

At his first competition, senior Henry Huang, at seven-years-old, approached the piano bench unblinking; he wiped his cold hands on his pants feeling the adrenaline course and his legs slightly wobble. In...

Zika virus encroaches upon United States

Zika virus encroaches upon United States

Nikol Slatinska March 4, 2016

A new pandemic called the Zika Virus is quickly taking hold of and infecting many countries in the West, and the United States seems to be next on the list. The virus, a disease spread through mosquito...

Students wrestle with accepting graduation requirements

Students wrestle with accepting graduation requirements

Harsh Singh December 27, 2013

He said it was one of the reasons he hated B days. It was a class he took or else he wouldn’t be able to graduate. When junior Alp Kahveci took art his sophomore year, he loved the teacher but said he...

January 2013: Media Specialist, Gwen Struchtemeyer assists RBHS senior Connor Fraser with studying for the ACT. Many students take the generous opportunity offered by Structemeyer to better prepare them for achieving a higher score on the standardized test. Photo by Aniqa Rahman
Originally posted in 2013

Media Specialist prepares pupils for ACT

Sam Mitchell January 12, 2013

Whether it be early morning before the first bell of the school day, lunch time when most teachers and students are taking a short break from their work, or after school on a Friday afternoon when most...

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