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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

Splendors abound at annual March March

Splendors abound at annual March March

Sophia Eaton March 8, 2020

True False’s (T/F) annual March March parade took place on Friday, March 6. In relation to this year's motto “Anyone can join,” the parade was open to all festival attendees as well as members of...

Precious possessions offer insight into personality

Precious possessions offer insight into personality

Sophia Eaton February 11, 2020

"Bearing News" withheld this junior's name because the student asked for anonymity. Mostly, she remembers the sting in her nose from the incense her mom would light every time they had puja, a Hindu prayer...

Wedding Rings. Photo by Sophie Eaton.

Parental relationship shapes vibrant daughter

Sophia Eaton November 22, 2019

My parents met at a party my mom threw in graduate school. Her friends were going out later that night to dance and planned to meet up at her place beforehand to snack on cheese and olives while waiting...

Isolation invites introspection

Isolation invites introspection

Sophia Eaton October 9, 2019

Sitting at an altitude of 7,120 feet is mind bending. The weather is cool and crisp, and any whisper of wind bites through my gloves like they’re made of parchment paper. I’m short of breath even...

Mavericks vocalist and guitarist Raul Malo performs at Columbia MO Roots N Blues N BBQ festival Saturday night, Sept 28.   Photo by Sophia Eaton.

Mavericks’ performance provides exceptional music, brings patrons together

Amira McKee October 1, 2019

As the sun set on the second day of the Roots N Blues festival, fans flocked to the Great Southern Bank Stage to watch the Mavericks perform their hour and a half long setlist of latin-country-rock fusion...

Friendship, flexibility fuel fever dream photography

Friendship, flexibility fuel fever dream photography

Sophia Eaton September 14, 2019

Perseids Meteor shower was supposed to be the king of this summer's atmospheric phenomena, lasting from the middle of July well into August. Tuesday, Aug. 13, the peak of the natural event, my friends...

Sophomore George Matthes chants and leads on the march. “MHDay is important because it helps raise awareness about issues most people take for granted, and gives a platform through which to help these girls across the world who don’t have access to essential health products like we do, either being kept from them by inaccessibility or cultural stigmas.”

RBHS students host Menstrual Hygiene Day walk

Ella McGinty May 28, 2019

RBHS Sophomores Shruti Gautam and Olivia DeClue organize the first annual Menstrual Hygiene Day walk in Columbia on May 19th, . It was at Cosmo Park in northern Columbia. Both leaders agreed that the walk...

Reflection: Sophia Eaton

Reflection: Sophia Eaton

Sophia Eaton March 28, 2019

Reflection is something that comes back to you. Whether it be a memory, or a mirrored image in a lake, it means to look at something out of its original form. My photo is quite literal. It contains...

Band performs pre-festival concert

Band performs pre-festival concert

Sophia Eaton March 23, 2019

Monday, March 18, the RBHS Concert Band performed their pre-festival concert in the Performing Arts Center Monday, March 18. Five different bands performed: symphonic band, wind symphony, the brass and...

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