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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

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Swearing seen as unprofessional in school setting, aids pain tolerance

Will Cover March 31, 2020
Economics and business teacher Susan Lidholm said for her Investments 101 class she was previewing the movie “The Wizard of Lies,” a biopic about former investment advisor Bernie Madoff who is currently in jail for running a Ponzi scheme which defrauded $64.8 billion. 
A student holds a beer bottle, tilting his head back to take a drink. Photo illustration by Sarah Kuhlmann, Ana Manzano.

Young adults struggle, succeed with financial intelligence

Anjali Noel Ramesh February 18, 2020
Transitioning into adulthood, students reflect on how personal finance, parental guidance and work experience influence their financial intuition.
Young Republicans try to raise $1,000 for veterans

Young Republicans try to raise $1,000 for veterans

Anna Xu November 7, 2019
With Veterans Day approaching Nov.11, this week many Young Republican leaders raised money for Honor Flight, “a non-profit organization dedicated to providing veterans with honor and closure,” according to their website.
If you are interested in participating in the Personal Finance Challenge, meet with Mrs. Lidholm in room 325.

Personal Finance Team hopes for victory this spring

Jared Geyer February 20, 2019
There is still time to join the team, and there can be more than just one four-member team that can be active in the Challenge. For any further questions and information, Lidholm asked students to drop by her classroom.
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The customer is always right, right?

Nikol Slatinska February 20, 2016
Customer service employees share bad customer experiences.
Junior places first in statewide Investwrite competition

Junior places first in statewide ‘Investwrite’ competition

Luke Chval May 20, 2015

Junior Dayna Linneman started out by fulfilling the Missouri graduation requirement of personal finance, which eventually led to her winning the 2015 Spring Investwrite Competition's Missouri division,...

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Virtual millionaire 101

Alice Yu December 1, 2014

The student's guide on how to make $100,000 grow into $1 million Of all the traits the stereotypical high schooler is associated with, responsibility doesn’t rank very high. Of course, as an educational...

Superintendent supports later start time

Alyssa Sykuta February 6, 2013

[dropcap style="1" size="3"]T[/dropcap]Though the school board has not finalized the decision, Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Chris Belcher has officially taken a stance on the start times debate...

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