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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

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...

NASA scientists have a new super HD view of how carbon dioxide in the air moves around the world with the winds. They used an ultra-high-resolution computer model 64 times greater than typical climate models. Each pixel grid size is four miles wide. During late summer, forest fires in Africa produce plumes of CO2. During late autumn to winter, the bright reds show the three major sources of fossil fuel burning: the eastern U.S., Europe and China. The winds blow much of the CO2 towards the North Pole.
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NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center

Carbon emissions contribute to atmospheric contamination

Sarah Ding November 22, 2019

In its most basic form, carbon is the most common element for life on Earth. From the air in the atmosphere to the chemical makeup of humans’ bodies, carbon is essential for survival. Carbon naturally...

Art by Lorelei Dohm.

Review, ridicule create culture of ‘canceling’

Sarah Ding November 6, 2019

Before June 5, people knew Fairlife (stylized as fa!rlife) as a milk brand that provided “humane and compassionate treatment” to its animals, as advertised by the company. The company celebrated its...

Art by Rachel Stevens

Panic at the VSCO: yet another way to put down girls

Sarah Ding October 11, 2019

If you listen closely in the jungle that is high school, you might hear the howls of screeching chairs pulled out from under desks, the teachers sighing as they grade their 50th assignment of the day or...

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