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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

Tap shoes photo by Camryn DeVore.

Dance

Bailey Stover March 31, 2020

Mikayla Nelson, sophomore “I started dance when I was six just because my older sister did it, so, like, I kinda — my parents were like, ‘Yay. You guys can go together.’ We did tap. I loved tap;...

Understanding of COVID-19 outbreak varies

Understanding of COVID-19 outbreak varies

Multiple Authors March 6, 2020

What is the coronavirus? The World Health Organization issued a global emergency for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in January, which originated in Wuhan, China, according to an article from Mayo Clinic,...

Which grade are you at heart? Take this quiz to find out

Which grade are you at heart? Take this quiz to find out

Will Cover October 18, 2019

We can't promise it'll be right, but we tried our best. Have some fun, find out what grade we think you are and then compare with your friends! [wp_quiz id="320008"] Did we guess your grade correctly?...

Feature photo by Camryn DeVore

Club fair postponed due to weather

Bailey Stover January 22, 2019

As was the case with the RBHS Show Choir Festival and the varsity wrestling match Jan. 12, the spring club fair is the latest victim of inclement weather. The cub fair, originally scheduled to take place...

The price of dreams

The price of dreams

Ann Fitzmaurice December 20, 2018

Parents sacrifice personal aspirations for filial fulfillment Growing up, Shawnna Matteson, an Advanced Placement (AP) World History and AP Psychology teacher, lived in a household that revolved around...

Photo illustration by George Frey

Building a bridge between myself and my thoughts

Saly Seye December 6, 2018

The many-worlds theory asserts that there are infinite timelines in a massive multiverse, with a new timeline in an entirely different universe created with every single way our lives could’ve gone,...

Art by Isabel Thoroughman

Burned

Bailey Stover November 1, 2018

In the struggle to care for herself, one student overcomes internal and external turmoil to generate positive self-perception. For legal and ethical reasons, “The Rock” has made the following sophomore...

Sophomores hike through Rock Bridge Memorial Park Thursday Sept. 20 despite heat.

Sophomore RetrEEEt provides relaxation and tools for success

Saly Seye September 21, 2018

ead leaves crunched beneath mud-caked tennis shoes, buried by the noise of chattering friends. Complaints and conversations of people teeming with excitement drowned out the soft buzzing of abundant insects....

Second semester sophomore syndrome

Second semester sophomore syndrome

Camryn DeVore April 1, 2018

As a sophomore pushing through the past few weeks has been difficult task. I spend more time looking forward to the weekend than I do looking at my homework. Work seems to pile up, and no matter the amount...

on the government shutdown

on the government shutdown

Multiple Authors January 22, 2018

Yesterday, Jan. 21, the U.S. government officially shut down five years after the last shutdown that lasted 16 days in Oct. 2013. While millions of “non essential” federal employees are subject to...

Sophomore sabotage ends with fundraising record

Sophomore sabotage ends with fundraising record

Ann Fitzmaurice April 18, 2017

Throughout the week of April 10, Greg Irwin and Shawnna Matteson’s Advanced Placement (AP) World History class threatened their peers in competing history classes with a brick of 25,000 pennies. The...

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