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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

Day 127

Day 127

Bailey Stover July 22, 2020

Humans need to spend more time looking at the stars. Today is July 22. I woke up at 6:30 this morning after a strange, stressful dream centering around me forgetting my college move-in date and therefore...

Day 98

Day 98

Bailey Stover June 23, 2020

Some TV shows have indisputably awesome theme songs. Today is June 23. I woke up this morning exhilarated and confused by the dream I’d had about a sea monster posing as a body of water that ate people’s...

Day 44

Day 44

Bailey Stover April 30, 2020

Some days are better than other days. Today is April 30. I woke up this morning feeling sore and tired. This surprised me because I hadn’t worked out yesterday, so I was expecting my muscles to feel...

With morning sunlight illuminating her face, junior Halle Paulus rests her eyes while leaning against a tree in Rock Bridge State Park Sept. 15. Halle Paulus enjoyed being in front of the camera for once, as opposed to taking the picture as she usually does. She said her favorite part of the day was wandering the park trails searching for a place to shoot, with Ariana Grande playing from her phone speakers. Photo by Turner DeArmond.

Laughter, light create comfortable environment

Turner DeArmond October 1, 2019

I awoke to the sun breaking through my blinds, pressing against my eyelids and casting a red glow onto my retinas. I sighed and supposed that, with the timing and angle of the sun, something must want...

Successful snapshot strengthens self-confidence

Successful snapshot strengthens self-confidence

Ana Manzano September 17, 2019

During the summer my friends and I went to Capen Park, partially to hang out, but mainly so that I could learn how to photograph portraits. After hiking to the spot where I wanted to take the photos, I...

Friendship, flexibility fuel fever dream photography

Friendship, flexibility fuel fever dream photography

Sophia Eaton September 14, 2019

Perseids Meteor shower was supposed to be the king of this summer's atmospheric phenomena, lasting from the middle of July well into August. Tuesday, Aug. 13, the peak of the natural event, my friends...

Photo by Kai Ford

Students strive for sustainability through environment’s protection

Ji-Sung Lee January 29, 2018

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]ike any typical senior, Quinn Cunningham is applying to colleges and thinking about post graduate plans; however, he doesn't stop there.  A leader of the Rock Bridge Reaches Out (RBRO)...

MKT Trail

MKT Trail

Joy Park April 3, 2017

The Missouri-Kansas Trail (MKT) is a recreational trail in Columbia, Missouri that runs nine miles long. A part of the former Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, it was transformed into a recreational trail...

Capen Park holds nature landscape in the city

Capen Park holds nature landscape in the city

Cassidy Viox December 20, 2016

The urbanization of Columbia took over what used to be a small farming community. Now, with the Universities’ rowdy students and a city population of 119,108, it’s hard to find a place that feels real,...

Andy Goldsworthys Stone River in front of the Stanfords Cantor Art Center. Photo by pictify.saatchigallery.com.

Goldsworthy’s Stone River

Dzung Nguyen November 8, 2016

During the last week of my Stanford University summer adventure, our class took a trip to the Cantor Art Center, one of Stanford’s two art museums. On our way to the museum, Bill Scott, our instructor,...

Exploring the Bur Oak tree

Exploring the Bur Oak tree

Cassidy Viox October 12, 2016

Contrary to the popular belief of most teenagers living in Mid-Missouri, Columbia can be a fascinating place if you take the time to explore the city and surrounding areas. As much as I complain about...

An early morning spider web glistening with dew.

Over the river and through the woods

Suryanshi Rawat October 21, 2014

I’ve never quite understood the joy people get from running. To me, running seems aimless, and unlike other sports, there isn't really a tangible purpose. Recently, I decided to give running a chance....

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