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A compromise on Columbus Day

Ethan Hayes October 8, 2018
This holiday is not without frustration and emotional ties, but it's not as black and white as the narrative has made it.
A Christian’s perspective on public school education

A Christian’s perspective on public school education

Maddie Murphy February 10, 2018
Students are only taught one of two popular options and don’t receive the standard American right to choose what they want to believe to be true for themselves.
art by Moy Zhong

Golden Globes style: stars fashionably make statement

Nikol Slatinska January 8, 2018
Black was the new black at the 75th annual Golden Globes; see which celebrities stood out on the red carpet.
Targeting safety precautions continually miss their mark

Targeting safety precautions continually miss their mark

Ji-Ho Lee January 31, 2016
Although the targeting rules in the college and professional ranks are good in practice, they have been anything but during games leading to a slew of controversial calls.

Where does your allegiance lie?

Multiple Authors November 17, 2015
Mandatory recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance divides students.
Staff Editorial: Social media ban curtails freedom

Staff Editorial: Social media ban curtails freedom

The Rock and Bearing News Staff September 29, 2015

art by Shelby Yount [dropcap color="#" bgcolor="#" sradius="0"]E[/dropcap]very RBHS student knows about the tired “freedom with responsibility” slogan. Whether you are a freshman, bubbling with excitement...

Bustling city alters perspective of homeless

Bustling city alters perspective of homeless

Kaitlyn Marsh April 26, 2013

As we climbed the stairs from the transit and anticipated the warm California air, he greeted us -- a warm smile and dark, chocolate skin stretched thin over his cheek bones. “Why hello there!” he...

Junior Tricia Hill

Later start time causes reaction, conflicting schedules

Kaitlyn Marsh March 12, 2013

After last night's final decision by the Columbia Public School board regarding the start times for elementary, middle and high school students in the coming year, students share multiple opinions...

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Elder teaches importance of love

Lauren Puckett February 14, 2013

There’s a lady who lives by herself on the east side of town. She’s one of those women who only gets prettier with age; her hair is always perfectly curled and has an elegant white pigment, never...

College fair should not be mandated

College fair should not be mandated

Maria Kalaitzandonakes October 4, 2012

By the time we make it to the doors of RBHS, we’ve been coddled enough.  Our moms walked us through kindergarten; our homeroom teachers dragged us by our ears through elementary classes. It continued...

Modern country music badly protrays midwestern culture

Jake Alden May 25, 2012

I do not like modern country music. Not at all. I listen to a pretty diverse range of music genres but I’ve never been able to enjoy the likes of Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney or Miranda Lambert, and I...

Get Real: truth always trumps an easy lie

Get Real: truth always trumps an easy lie

Adam Schoelz February 11, 2012

Now I’m well aware that for many people the profession of journalist — writer, television anchor, what have you — is often perceived to be that of a professional cynic. To work off of a stranger’s...

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