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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Two students at the university of Missouri wait in line to enter Silverball Arcade and Bar late at night on Friday Sept 25. Photo by Parker Boone.

MU administration needs to own their mistakes, suspend in-person classes

Isaac Yontz September 30, 2020

A two-week COVID-19 study published by Columbia Public Schools (CPS) reports case rates were on a steady incline from Aug. 24, the first day of the academic semester at the University of Missouri—Columbia...

Day 104

Day 104

Bailey Stover June 29, 2020

Can’t the sky just rain already? Today is June 29. I think last night goes in the record books as one of the worst night’s sleep I’ve gotten in a long time. I stayed up for a while watching The...

Day 58

Day 58

Bailey Stover May 14, 2020

Let it burn. Today is May 14. My first words this morning were, “Is the house on fire?” I had barely opened my eyes when I registered the reason I was awake was the smoke detector going off in the...

Art by Riley Kerns

Gender biased research proves fatal

Sarah Ding March 27, 2020

The male and female physiologies are different down to the cellular level⁠. Females have two X chromosomes but no Y chromosomes while men have one of each. Men have a 36% greater skeletal muscle mass...

Photo by Sarah Mosteller

Materialistic principles drive consumer habits

Bailey Stover February 13, 2020

[vc_text_separator title="For the love of stuff" title_align="separator_align_left"]Dr. Marsha Richins, a professor in the Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri — Columbia, has published...

PhD student Sarah Borowski points at a monitor in a surveillance room in her and Dr. Amanda Roses lab Monday, Dec. 6. When subjects participate in the experiment, heart rate monitors and devices that measure skin conductance are put on their skin. The results given from these devices then appear on the monitors in the surveillance room. Photo by Ana Manzano.

Study links supportive friendships to positive physiology

Sarah Ding January 15, 2020

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Loneliness Shadow Art by Rachel Stevens.

People need people

Bailey Stover January 8, 2020

For two million years, humans have interacted with and needed one another to survive. Through physical stability in the past and emotional satisfaction in the present, the necessity of human interaction...

From the streets to the screen

Amira McKee October 3, 2019

The evolution of activism, protest culture in American society While scrolling through Instagram feeds, tapping through Snapchat stories or fumbling through Facebook profiles, one can’t help but stumble...

Food creates memories, connections

Food creates memories, connections

Multiple Authors May 24, 2019

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Photos by Allie Pigg, Camryn DeVore, Sophie Eaton, Bailey Stover. Illustrated by Sarah Kuhlmann.

The good, the bad and the ugly

Bailey Stover March 26, 2019

Social media use affects adolescent happiness, self-esteem Although today’s adolescents grew up in the age of the internet, the era of social media is more recent than teenagers may realize. Social media...

Photos by Allie Pigg, Camryn DeVore, Sophie Eaton, Bailey Stover. Illustrated by Sarah Kuhlmann.

‘Liked,’ not loved

Anna Xu March 26, 2019

Students struggle with self-confidence, body image Forty-one percent of girls ages 17-21 are not happy with their appearance, and 29 percent ages 11-21 have considered surgically altering their face, according...

India Nite dazzles community with sights, sounds, culture

India Nite dazzles community with sights, sounds, culture

Moy Zhong October 30, 2018

[vc_video link=""][penci_text_block block_title_align="style-title-left" custom_markup_1=""]On Oct. 27, the University of Missouri’s Cultural Association of India (CAI) hosts...

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