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Homecoming banner made by StuCo

Student Council plans 50th anniversary homecoming

McKenna Parker, Staff Writer September 27, 2022

RBHS homecoming will be held the night of Oct. 15 in the Main Gymnasium, following the home varsity football game Oct. 14. Student Council (StuCo) members and StuCo President Paige Sells organized the...

StuCo seniors hold a meeting over Zoom. Photo courtesy of Shruti Gautam.

StuCo makes changes in election process

Sarah Ding January 13, 2021
After several meetings to discuss changes in how the student council (StuCo) will be run, StuCo officers finally received word of admin’s approval on Dec. 9. Their plans include improvements in the election process and officer roles that were made in response to longtime issues within StuCo’s format.
StuCo members, Columbia Board of Education plan to rename RBHS football field

StuCo members, Columbia Board of Education plan to rename RBHS football field

Anjali Noel Ramesh October 10, 2020

The Columbia Board of Education decided to start the process of renaming the RBHS football stadium in response to remarks made on social media by the previous patron of the field, Wayne Sells, in a meeting...

Photo by Ryan Choe

Courtwarming Week set for Feb. 24-27

Ryan Choe February 24, 2020
Ryan Choe outlines the plan for Courtwarming week from Feb. 24 to Feb. 28 at RBHS, interviewing members of the RBHS student council.
StuCo celebrates start of second semester with Hot Chocolooza

StuCo celebrates start of second semester with Hot Chocolooza

Bailey Stover January 12, 2020
On the first Friday of second semester, Student Council members passed out hot chocolate to students, staff and faculty after school with Hot Chocolooza.
StuCo to hold seventh annual Hot Chocolooza

StuCo to hold seventh annual Hot Chocolooza

Will Cover January 10, 2020
Student Council (StuCo) will hand out free hot chocolate in North and Main commons after school today, Jan. 10. StuCo holds the event, Hot Chocolooza, to celebrate the first week of second semester. This will be the seventh year that Hot Chocolooza has occurred, club sponsor Kelley Wittenborn said. StuCo puts on two other events like this throughout the year, Wittenborn said, to give back to students and make their time at school enjoyable.
Senior Jacob Ungles and Cooper Deneke sit at a table in the Main Commons to write thank you cards to veterans on Friday, Nov. 22. Photo by Sarah Mosteller

StuCo organizes Cards for Veterans

Sarah Ding November 23, 2019
Student council (StuCo) hosted Cards for Veterans on Friday Nov. 22 before school and during both lunch periods. This was the third day of the StuCo-hosted kindness week.
Junior Jillian Larkin narrowly dodges a freshman trying to pull her flag. Escaping the close call, Larkin made it all the way to the 10 yard line before losing her flag. The junior PowderPuff team won this game, but  ultimately lost to the seniors.

Seniors defeat juniors to win PowderPuff

Audrey Snyder November 17, 2019
Audrey Snyder covers the annual PowderPuff football game on Thursday Nov. 14. Each class was represented by a team of girls and the Bruin boys gave a special halftime performance.
Annual PowderPuff kicks off tomorrow

Annual PowderPuff kicks off tomorrow

Ryan Choe November 13, 2019
The 13th annual PowderPuff game, organized by Student Council (StuCo), will begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday Nov. 14 on the football field. PowderPuff, a touch flag football game for female students, helps fundraise for the senior activities of each year’s freshman class.
Photo by Emily Higginbotham

Student Council sponsors courtwarming spirit week

Ann Fitzmaurice February 11, 2019
Student Council made an effort to make the 2019 courtwarming theme as inclusive as possible.
StuCo hosts blood drive

StuCo hosts blood drive

Isaac Parrish October 31, 2018

[vc_video link="https://youtu.be/4bWsHUwtEN4"] Student Council hosts a blood drive in the school gym on Oct. 31 (Halloween), 2018. Filmed and edited by Isaac Parrish.

The car parked, donated from Nicole Clemens in the Columbia Area Career Center parking lot,  waiting to be smashed Oct. 10. Photo by Katie Whaley.

Students prepare for tonight’s second annual car smash

Brandon Kim October 10, 2018
Student Council plans to raise money for leukemia awareness at tonight's car smash.
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