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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

Sophomore Owen Twaddle pins Kirkville opponent Gavin Robertson (12) at the RBHS Wrestling Tournament, Dec. 7. Photo by Ana Manzano

Wrestling to compete tomorrow Dec. 7 at Fort Zumwalt North Invitational

Ana Manzano December 6, 2019

The RBHS wrestling team started their season with the Rock Bridge High School Wrestling Invitational Tuesday, Dec. 3. The Bruins faced off against Kirksville High School and Father Tolton Catholic High...

Senior Peyton Carr intercepts the ball thrown by the opposing team and tears down the field early in the first quarter. RBHS scores its first touchdown of the season this Friday, Aug 30.

Bruins fall to Rockhurst in opener after offensive struggle

Elliot Bachrach August 31, 2019

The artificial grass on the gridiron was saturated from a day’s worth of rain, making it hard for players to gain traction on the waterlogged turf. The temperature, when compounded with the wind, demanded...

Atiyah Lane - Photo by Bailey Stover

Teach my history, too

Atiyah Lane May 22, 2019
Atiyah Lane reflects on her previous educational experiences and the inadequate representation she has noticed in the teaching of African American history.
The schedule-pick up day will transition into a paperless digital schedule pick-up

CPS schedule pick-up to go online next year

Brandon Kim May 20, 2019

For a very long time, schedule pick-up day has been the same. Every year there are long lines, tightly packed people, stations, and posing for photos. Near the exits, exclamations of disappointment or...

Catcalling by Lorelei Dohm

Catcalling compromises women’s mental health

Amira McKee May 20, 2019
Whether seen as flattery or harassment, stories like this aren’t unique to Cullity or RBHS students. Catcalling is commonplace throughout America and the world. Women and girls often hear comments like “Hey, beautiful.” “Why don’t you smile?” and even slurs as they walk the streets of Columbia.
Preparation: Seniors Martez Manuel (left), Marcus Manuel (middle) and Eli Darrough prepare for an upcoming track meet. Darrough will be going to Oklahoma University and running  track. Photo by Sarah Mosteller.

Track heads into sectionals on Saturday

Liam Peck May 15, 2019
It’s been a chaotic season for track and field, and the Class 5 District 6 meet Saturday, May 11 was no different.
Photo by envato

Vision Zero acts to prevent distracted driving

Emily Oba April 30, 2019
Vision Zero tries to end all fatal car crashes by 2030.
Photo by Maya Bell.

Whistle in the dark

Bailey Stover April 30, 2019
An American is sexually assaulted every 92 seconds, according to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN). Every nine minutes, the victim is a child.
Seniors last day of school tradition continues

Seniors’ last day of school tradition continues

Emily Oba April 30, 2019
CPS community relations director, Michelle Baumstark said no extra days would be tacked onto the senior’s schedule because of school winter weather cancellations.
Technology by Moy Zhong

Artificial intelligence possesses controversial potential

Bailey Stover April 26, 2019
As with a flipped coin spinning in mid-air, the issue of artificial intelligence (AI) is still undecided as to which way it will land: benefit or harm.
Track trains for Dale Collier invitational

Track trains for Dale Collier invitational

Jared Geyer April 25, 2019
The track and field prepares for the Dale Collier Invitational in Kirkwood.
Boys’ tennis keeps momentum, equips for HHS Kewpies match

Boys’ tennis keeps momentum, equips for HHS Kewpies match

Isaac Parrish April 25, 2019
The boys’ tennis team will take on the Hickman High School (HHS) Kewpies today.
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