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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

Day 5

Day 5

Parker Boone March 22, 2020

My first week in quarantine has been challenging to say the least. I have discovered new small characteristics about myself, like how easily entertained I am by counting the bumps on my popcorn ceiling...

True/False hosts its first party of the year, Jubilee

True/False hosts its first party of the year, ‘Jubilee’

Isaac Yontz March 6, 2020

Hundreds of people lined up to enter True/False’s opening masquerade party, Jubilee, at the Missouri Theater. The lively atmosphere lead to many different conversations. The age-diverse line, filled...

Makala humbles audiences, creates new perspective

‘Makala’ humbles audiences, creates new perspective

Ann Fitzmaurice March 4, 2018

Few things in life make me feel truly and actively grateful for the basic things I am lucky to have. Makala humbled me, and put everything that happens in my life into a different perspective. Not only...

António e Catarina delivers tedious storyline

‘António e Catarina’ delivers tedious storyline

Ann Fitzmaurice March 3, 2018

If my plan was to leave the theater feeling more uncomfortable around old white men than I already do, António e Catarina did the job. Not only was the film straight up boring to watch as it was just...

Pumpkin Movie identifies societal problems, inspires audiences

‘Pumpkin Movie’ identifies societal problems, inspires audiences

Ann Fitzmaurice March 2, 2018

When the large screen in front of me showed nothing but a minimalist apartment and a city skyline out the window, I expected the worst. I knew the basic setup of a Millennial's apartment: fairy lights,...

High school students create short documentary film at DIY Day 2018

High school students create short documentary film at DIY Day 2018

Maya Bell March 2, 2018

High school students from across the country gathered in downtown Columbia, Mo. March 2 to take part in the True/False Film Fest DIY Day 2018. Participants chose from a variety of workshops on industries...

Sights and Sounds: True/False Film Fest Feb. 28

Sights and Sounds: True/False Film Fest Feb. 28

Maya Bell March 1, 2018

Additional Reporting by Siena Juhlin

True Life Fund film showcased at RBHS

True Life Fund film showcased at RBHS

Courtney Bach March 1, 2018

At 9 a.m. Laura Bari, the director of the documentary “Primas,” came to RBHS to give students a preview of what True/False Film Fest is really about. Bari was joined by the two subjects of the film,...

The Force shows controversy from the forgotten perspective

‘The Force’ shows controversy from the forgotten perspective

Katie Whaley March 5, 2017

Sirens. Chanting. Flashing blue and flashing red. White smoke. Armed, uniformed men. Packed streets. Angry civilians. Fighting. Handcuffs. This is what a protest in Oakland, Calif., looks like. As citizens...

Humans of True/False

Humans of True/False

"I really wanted to come up here with my friend and his band because I wanted to get out of town. I've been in New Orleans carnival season for a month and getting out of the thick of the crazy parties...

Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Grace Vance March 3, 2017

Even before I step foot on ninth street, where the annual March March parade takes place, I can feel the anticipation and fervent energy radiating from the event. As I draw closer, I realize the magnitude...

TGITF 2014

TGITF 2014

Madi Mertz March 3, 2014

True/False Film Festival hosted an event for Columbia Public School students on their day off Friday, Feb. 28.  There was a screening of Particle Feve" before the students traveled to Orr Street Studios...

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