The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Photo by Ryan Choe

Local places of worship cancel, adjust services

Ryan Choe March 23, 2020
At least 25 places of worship in Columbia, MO announced on their online websites that they postponed services due to the health and safety concerns stemming from COVID-19.
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.
Free use photo provided by Unsplash.

Further legislation paramount for eliminating workplace discrimination

Will Cover February 5, 2020
52% of LGBTQ people in the U.S. live in states where they can be fired, harassed, passed over for a job or otherwise discriminated against in the workplace because of the lack of civil rights protections.
Photo by Sarah Mosteller

Social pressures delegitimize bisexuality

Turner DeArmond January 22, 2020
Junior Turner DeArmond talks about his experience of coming out and his journey navigating through troubling bisexual stigmas and bi erasure.
Art by Snowy Li.

Coming out for clout disrespects LGBTQ community

Sarah Mosteller January 22, 2020
Junior Sarah Mosteller discusses the conflict of people coming out for clout, and how it impacts the LGBTQ community.
Art by Snowy Li

Timeline: Important events in LGBTQ history

Turner DeArmond December 18, 2019
Junior Turner DeArmond details some of the most important and notable events in LGBTQ history. Click the link to view his timeline.
Photo by Camryn DeVore

Rainfall effects reveal damp outlook

Ryan Choe December 9, 2019
Ryan Choe details the causes of rainfall issues, including floods and droughts, and the effect on the local, national and statewide communities.
Where the sea meets the sand. photo by Maddie Orr

Is it too late?

Bailey Stover November 22, 2019
Across Missouri and around the Earth, countless people are experiencing the effects of climate change, each in a unique way. This story follows the lives and actions of seven individuals as they navigate the world today.
Art by Lorelei Dohm.

Multicultural Halloween celebrations shape memory

Bailey Stover October 28, 2019
Students from Saudi Arabia, Italy and Brazil reflect on their multicultural Halloween experiences and life in different countries.
Prometheus - Art by Moy Zhong.

Finding the fire

Anna Xu October 16, 2018
Through years of practice, senior Henry Huang became a nationally recognized musician, loosing and rediscovering his passion along the way.
Celebrating Zora Neale Hurston

Celebrating Zora Neale Hurston

Grace Dorsey February 24, 2018
Born in 1891, Zora Neale Hurston’s talent for writing has secured her a spot as one of the Harlem Renaissance icons.
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Pearl Harbor inspires young adult novels

Daphne Yu December 8, 2012

From the time I picked up a Royal Diaries book on Queen Isabella of Castilla in third grade, I have never stopped loving history. From my years of tearing through books, quite a few were historical fiction,...

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