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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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How I learned to balance my first job with school

Emily Dearing October 8, 2019

When I turned 16, I didn’t want to get a retail job. I didn’t really get that choice, however, because I needed a job fast. So, day in and day out, I ask the same question to every customer: “Paper...

What RBHS is thankful for

What RBHS is thankful for

Matthew Burns November 20, 2018


Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue performs at the Roots n Blues n BBQ music festival on Sunday Sept. 30. Photo by Maya Bell.

Live music provides unparalleled experience

Ji-Sung Lee October 30, 2018
Since 1990, the profit of concert ticket sales in North America has increased steadily. Listeners weigh the pros and cons before purchasing tickets.
Photo by Randi Obermiller

Girls’ tennis dominates individual districts

Ji-Sung Lee October 9, 2018
Junior Corinne Farid won the individual singles, and junior Mary Frances Hose and senior Eleanor Fay won the individual doubles on Oct. 8.
Tuning into summer album releases

Tuning into summer album releases

Cam Fuller May 19, 2015
So far 2015 has been an incredible year in music. All genres have seen their fair share of great albums and tracks, leaving a varied wake of great hits.
Assembly to support state bound Bruins

Assembly to support state bound Bruins

Eric Glennon March 21, 2014

Pep assembly for the state bound RBHS Girls' basketball team [vsw id="89669711" source="vimeo" width="600" height="460" autoplay="no"] Video by Eric Glennon

Show Choir Festival Preparation

Show Choir Festival Preparation

Maribeth Eiken January 17, 2014

Rock Bridge's show choir season begins full force once the time comes. The week before the Annual Festival, City Lights and Satin N' Lace face a brutal week of constant practice, use of creativity and...

I love the random flowers on the set pieces. It takes away from the serious feeling of black and white, which is so often felt within the essence of these artful photographs.

Simply Black and White

Maribeth Eiken December 20, 2013

I cannot really say much for my work with black and white. I mean, I could ramble for hours about how the contrast of black and white is more sincere to the eye, more mysterious and more entertaining in...

Reflecting on Homecoming Week

Reflecting on Homecoming Week

Eric Glennon October 29, 2013

The Rock Bridge student council worked together to organize a whole week of events leading up to homecoming on Friday. Here's a quick look back. [vsw id="78115734" source="vimeo" width="600" height="460"...

Photo by Christiana Prestigiacomo

Seniors perform for graduation and baccalaureate

Yasmeen Taranissi May 21, 2013

As the final chord of “Pomp and Circumstance” is released, and the RBHS Senior Class of 2013 takes their place as the center of attention on May 24, the celebration is about to begin. Commencement,...

In preparation for the District Tournament, the RBHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team runs routine 3 v 2 drills on the schools grassy upper field. Junior Alexus Carson tries to steal the ball from junior Laurie Frew during one of these drills. Photo by Aniqa Rahman

Girls soccer suffers viceral overtime loss to Hickman Kewpies

Alex Gompper May 17, 2013

Spirits were high as the varsity girls soccer team sauntered westward to Skyline Elementary School in Sedalia on Monday, May 13. The Bruins lost to the Kewpies in double overtime that night, with a final...

Aerosmith’s ‘Music From Another Dimension!’ solidifies band’s legendary status

Tyler Dunlap November 12, 2012

It's been 11 years since the release of Aerosmith's last original album. Many fans and critics thought Aerosmith was done making music, but on November 6, 2012, the band picked up right where it left...

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