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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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Day 102

Day 102

Bailey Stover June 27, 2020
During her 102nd day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover finished her story on LGBTQ athletes and watched "Chuck" and "Bad Education."
Day 75

Day 75

Bailey Stover May 31, 2020
Senior Bailey Stover spent her 75th day of social distancing baking banana bread and playing Toss-It and Spades with her parents and older brother.
Day 66

Day 66

Bailey Stover May 22, 2020
Senior Bailey Stover spent her 66th day of social distancing baking banana bread and writing nice notes to her fellow RBHS journalism staff members.
Day 19

Day 19

Snowy Li April 5, 2020
The memoir and the videos had me thinking about everything going on in my life at the moment, so I wrote in my bullet journal. Fear marked today’s entry as I wrote about how scary the coronavirus situation in America has gotten and how I never fully realized it’s a life-and-death situation for some.
Day 18

Day 18

Snowy Li April 4, 2020
I headed straight for my laptop — today is a huge workday, and I realized I had little time left to lose: the three day grace period Columbia Public Schools has implemented for students from April 1 to April 3 in the hopes of promoting health over schoolwork for the moment has merely pushed my deadlines for class assignments closer together. I was determined then, despite my earlier laziness, to get my tasks done so I can relax later.
Creations under quarantine

Creations under quarantine

Snowy Li March 24, 2020
Almost immediately after the cancellation of in-seat school, I began to lose track of time and the date, barely getting the rest of my assignments done on time before going back to play Minecraft or watch YouTube videos. There are multiple ways, however, to let creativity and imagination rekindle the joys of life, such as through making origami, drawing and cooking.
Art by Rachel Stevens.

LGBTQ athletes find community within athletics

Bailey Stover February 25, 2020
LGBTQ athletes share their coming out stories and discuss how the athletic community accepted and alienated them during their lives.
I keep losing my s***

I keep losing my s***

Snowy Li February 12, 2020
Losing object is a common occurrence for many people because they are forgetful. But what if there was another, more magical reason?
I grow through my BuJo

I grow through my BuJo

Snowy Li January 22, 2020
As a student who sees too many big blocks of texts and numbers in class, my BuJo contains places where I can doodle, put my thoughts down on paper and add designs I find beautiful. It’s a reminder that my world is not just grades and deadlines printed in boring black and white.
Personalities in people tie to pet preferences 

Personalities in people tie to pet preferences 

Snowy Li December 27, 2019
There are dog people, and there are cat people, each with their own different personalities. Either way, animals are terrific friends for all to have.
As I doze into sleepless slumber

As I doze into sleepless slumber

Snowy Li November 21, 2019
The dream I most vividly remember happened early this year when I was napping in the glorious, sun-lit afternoon. With no major errands to run and a comfortably warm room, I finally got some nice shut-eye.
Bruin Bear: Textbook trouble

Bruin Bear: Textbook trouble

Snowy Li November 4, 2019
"Textbooks stink; I just use Wikipedia." "You're a terrible student."
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