The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

By Valeria Velasquez

If memory serves…

Valeria Velasquez February 28, 2019

Valeria Velasquez, story and art Students reminisce on global experiences  

Behind the Paper - Valeria Velasquez

Behind the Paper – Valeria Velasquez

Carmen Ramirez December 22, 2017

On this edition of Behind the Paper, I interview Valeria Velasquez, a junior at Rock Bridge that I met last year. I think out of everyone on the newspaper staff, Valeria is one of the people I have become...

Fear factor: students with phobias seek help

Fear factor: students with phobias seek help

Ryan Choe November 11, 2017

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]uman behavior is not always logical, as the mind can become afraid of ordinary objects, people or animals. This unnatural human behavior can happen to all people from children to adults....

Feature photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

An act of faith

Multiple Authors October 2, 2017

Feature photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi Religious affiliations help shape lifestyles Ann Fitzmaurice [dropcap style="simple" size="4"]H[/dropcap]undreds of years ago, challenging the thought of the afterlife...

Source: Kacey Doyle, Kacey D. Photography / Art by Valeria Velasquez

Capturing a picture-perfect senior year

Ji-Sung Lee September 30, 2017

[dropcap style="light"]I[/dropcap]t was early July, a whole month before the beginning of the school year and 10 months before the graduating class would receive diplomas, but Elinor Stanley had already...

Unique cultures mold expectations

Unique cultures mold expectations

Ji-Ho Lee January 6, 2017

Art by Dzung Nguyen Jalal El-Jayyousi was born in Kuwait and raised in a Palestinian Muslim culture. An emphasis on future economic success as well as geographic and historic awareness is evident in his...

One nation, already divided

One nation, already divided

Multiple Authors October 3, 2016

American race relations and unrest seem to be more discussed than ever. Although they are contemporary issues, the start of discrimination and the search for equality has been with America every step of...

Alumna, essay contest winners celebrated

Alumna, essay contest winners celebrated

Rochita Ghosh March 25, 2016

Naresh Khatri gives a presentation on the key ideas addressed in the winning six essays, which focused on social issues prevalent in society in the United States. Last semester, Naresh Khatri and his family...

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