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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

CACC Culinary holds BBQ fundraiser

CACC Culinary holds BBQ fundraiser

Kai Ford April 26, 2019

https://youtu.be/ToZp6oHvieU Juniors Rachel Riegal and Grant Williamson give us a taste of what's going on at the CACC BBQ fundraiser and how it could help them win an $100,000 scholarship to the Culinary...

Consciousness by Moy Zhong

Jobs lost to machines provide space for new opportunities

Isaac Parrish April 26, 2019

Factory workers. Switchboard operators. Bowling alley pinsetters. Robots have already taken over countless jobs once run by people. With recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), people are...

Photo by Aniqa Rahman

CACC to host BBQ fundraiser Thursday for nationals

Ji-Sung Lee April 23, 2019

Columbia Area Career Center (CACC) culinary students, juniors Rachel Riegel and Grant Williamson, won the Missouri State SkillsUSA Championship in their respective categories. Riegel competed in Commercial...

CACC students prepare for flower sale

CACC students prepare for flower sale

Kai Ford April 15, 2019

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A night at the masquerade: True/False Jubilee

A night at the masquerade: True/False Jubilee

Will Napier March 5, 2019

The True/False Film Festival kicked off with the Jubilee held at The Missouri Theatre Feb. 28, 2019. The event preceded the screening of ‘Knock Down the House,’ a documentary following determined politicians...

Forum 8 movie theater in Columbia, Missouri

Movie theaters lack compared to their competition

Jared Geyer October 26, 2018

ovie theaters define themselves by the amount of complications people experience while there. There is always something to criticize, whether it be the prices of tickets and the atmosphere or the movies...

Teaching Professions teacher Gina Greenplate helps students with a project during her second hour Teaching Professions class. This class, along with Greenplates other classes, collected money for Lizzys Walk of Faith. The classes raised a total of $750. Photo by Allie Pigg.

Educators Rising brings awareness to pediatric cancer

Emily Oba October 5, 2018

s  Gina Greenplate, the teaching professions teacher at the Columbia Area Career Center, was running the St. Jude’s marathon for the fourth time last year, she looked ahead and noticed an 11-year-old...

The Predator (2018)

‘The Predator’ is a step below average for the series

Jared Geyer September 18, 2018

uinn McKenna makes a startling first encounter with a crashed alien ship in the riveting beginning of The Predator, the latest and meh-ist installment of the Predator franchise. This 2018 installment is...

Womens healthcare improves despite negligent past

Women’s healthcare improves despite negligent past

Grace Dorsey April 5, 2018

Historically, there’s been a severe lack of respect and priority given to women’s healthcare. Through the years, this trend has taken many forms. From diagnosing any distressed woman with “wandering...

Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. Republicans are steeling themselves for a long period of deep uncertainty following a raucous first debate of the 2016 campaign for president, with no signs this past week’s Fox News face-off will winnow their wide-open field of White House hopefuls anytime soon.   (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

American campaign cycles show flaws in system

Abby Kempf October 10, 2015

Sen. Ted Cruz (R - Texas) announced on March 23 that he would run for the presidency of the United States of America. So began the long-winded, money-guzzling and largely publicized joke of a race for...

Just a few inches short

Just a few inches short

Alyssa Piecko April 15, 2013

The fact that engineers hate me plays a big part in my life. The way that things are built and my 4’11” height don’t usually equate well. Shelves are too high, clothing racks hit me in the head,...

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