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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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Day 77

Day 77

Bailey Stover June 2, 2020

Life goes on. Today is June 2. It’s strange how looking back on life a year can seem so short and so long all at the same time. I remember last year around this time I was preparing to start my online...

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Police brutality in the United States

Jordyn Thompson May 2, 2019

Senior Sydni Brown, who is white, was sitting in a parked car in the Stephen’s park parking lot with her boyfriend, former RBHS student Ray Warren, who is black. When a police car pulled in, they drove...

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Police brutality in America

Jordyn Thompson April 29, 2019

Senior Sydni Brown, who is white, was pulled over a few weeks ago with her boyfriend, who is black, when they were sitting in a public park. “I feel angry that not only it happened but that the cop...

Sophomore Braden Hopkins and freshman Maddie Orr stretch their calves before their long workout in freezing weather.

Activities decrease violence problems

Alexis Walker February 25, 2017

For freshman Jackson Orr, football is more than a sport where touchdowns and field goals bring him satisfaction. It’s the idea that through physical activities he can relieve stress and improve his...

Violence takes effect on teens

Violence takes effect on teens

Jordyn Thompson February 23, 2017

When a person thinks of violence they don't always necessarily think about the depth of how it can impact a single person. Each year far too many teens commit acts of violence and their victims are also...

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...

Director Cynthia Hill of Private Violence comes to PAC

Director Cynthia Hill of ‘Private Violence’ comes to PAC

Sophie Whyte February 27, 2014

Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 26, director and producer Cynthia Hill came to speak to students in the Performing Arts Center. Her new film, Private Violence, takes a close look at domestic violence, a problem...

Redefining video games

Redefining video games

Abdul-Rahman Abdul-Kafi May 21, 2013

[tabgroup][tab title="Redefining video games"] In order to sell, video games must contain amazing graphics, ear-ripping sounds and, in most situations, blood. Activision, the creators of the “Call...

Safety precautions make last day of semester closed campus

Safety precautions make last day of semester closed campus

Brett Stover December 20, 2012

At 9 a.m. today, Thursday, Dec. 20, RBHS principal Mark Maus sent an email to faculty detailing the preparations being made to protect CPS high school students and teachers during tomorrow's school day. The...

Media violence aims to fight real-world aggression

Media violence aims to fight real-world aggression

Jake Alden October 29, 2012

Widely regarded as some of the most graphic and brutally violent moments in cinematic history, the first 27 minutes of Steven Spielberg’s academy-award winning war epic “Saving Private Ryan” depict...

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