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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

Speakers Tracey Bathe, Dima Dandachi and Marc Johnson lead a discussion about AIDS research and stigma.

‘How to Survive a Plague’ screening celebrates 2019 World AIDS Day

Sarah Ding December 3, 2019

A free screening of the documentary How to Survive a Plague and a panel discussion with medical professionals took place at Ragtag Cinema Monday Dec. 2. The event celebrated the 2019 World AIDS Day, and...

Sights and Sounds: True/False Film Fest Feb. 28

Sights and Sounds: True/False Film Fest Feb. 28

Maya Bell March 1, 2018

Additional Reporting by Siena Juhlin

A map of Columbias downtown during true false.

How to see movies last minute at the True/False film festival

Kat Sarafianos March 3, 2016

Infographic by Megan Goyette [heading]Before you Q[/heading] Check True/False’s Box Office at the Imago Gallery (next to Strange Donuts) first to see if tickets are available because they’re a bit...

photo by Devesh Kumar

The importance of independent film

Kat Sarafianos October 5, 2015

I don't actually remember when I fell in love with independent film. I can’t remember the exact film or what it was about, but I know that it was a process. I grew up with the big picture commercial...

Kings of Summer uses simple, yet intriguing film tactics

‘Kings of Summer’ uses simple, yet intriguing film tactics

Ashleigh Atasoy August 18, 2013

Walking into The Kings of Summer, I didn’t really know what to expect. I’d seen the preview once or twice, but I didn’t really understand why I was at Ragtag. Don’t get me wrong, I love the hipster...

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‘Hyde Park on Hudson’ reveals true nature of World War I president

Trisha Chaudhary April 10, 2013

As soon as I heard that Hyde Park on Hudson is about the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, my interest peaked. Not only had we recently been learning about FDR’s presidency in U.S. History, I...

‘Hitchcock’ reveals production of classic film

Trisha Chaudhary January 17, 2013

Last summer, my family and I watched all of the creations of the great Alfred Hitchcock. I'd heard his name, of course, but I had no idea that he was the one responsible for coining the famous shower murder...

‘Anna Karenina’ opens at Ragtag, challenges ordinary cinematography

Trisha Chaudhary December 6, 2012

Set in the late 19th century Russian society and starring Keira Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Jude Law (Sherlock Holmes), Anna Karenina tells the story of an aristocrat, Anna Karenina, whose...

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