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Five comfort movies to watch this winter

Nora Crutcher-McGowan December 9, 2020

It’s almost officially winter, which means it is now the season of harried tests, bitingly cold weather and lots of inside time. Few things offer more escape during the colder months than the world of...

Annual Hotchocolooza rings in 2019

Annual Hotchocolooza rings in 2019

George Frey January 5, 2019

New semesters at RBHS are seen as new beginnings. They are also a time, however, for students to reflect on previous milestones and obstacles. The new year brings all kinds of changes, for freshmen and...

The modern gent, a December lookbook

The modern gent, a December lookbook

Will Napier December 19, 2018

oots are one of my favorite pieces, as there are so many styles with endless possibilities for outfits. From Chelsea boots to Chukkas, Timberlands to Dr. Martens, boots are one of the most eye catching...

... about Groundhog Day?

… about Groundhog Day?

Camryn DeVore February 2, 2018

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Junior Gabriella Soderman prepares for the Melancholy dress rehersal by taking a quick look in the mirror on Nov. 30.

Advanced Acting class to debut ‘Melancholdy Play’

Katie Whaley December 1, 2016

[dropcap style="flat" size="5"]T[/dropcap]he Performing Arts Center stage is set and ready to host a spectacular winter play performed by the Advanced Acting class. The production is “Melancholy Play,”...

photo by Grace Vance

RBHS can feel its temperature rising

Grace Vance December 13, 2015

Dec. 8, 64 degrees. Dec. 9, 56 degrees. Dec. 10, 65 degrees. These numbers may seem atypical in Missouri, but according to time tried theory, this forecast may become the norm throughout the country this...

Top 20 Sochi Winter Olympic fails

Top 20 Sochi Winter Olympic fails

Derek Wang February 24, 2014

The 2014 Sochi Olympic Games provided an opportunity for Russia to show the world that they were not the communist state they once were. President Vladimir Putin spent a record $51 billion to transform...

Student View: Winter Olympic Games

Student View: Winter Olympic Games

Sam Mitten February 18, 2014

A suspect opening ceremony seems to be the biggest topic of discussion this year for the 2014 Winter Olympics. The reason for the commotion is the major fault in the pyrotechnics;  the fifth Olympic ring,...

To Afsah, From Michelle

Let it snow

Afsah Khan January 14, 2014

Back in elementary school, snow used to be the best thing ever to happen. No matter what time of the year it was, my friends and I considered any form of wintry weather to be a blessing. In our young minds,...

photo by Manal Salim

DIY sugar lip scrub

Manal Salim December 31, 2013

With the bitter cold temperatures starting to creep up on us, the biting cold winds are sure to take a toll on my lips this winter. Every year, it is a hassle to deal with chapped lips during this time...

Exposure to literature provides comprehensive education

Exposure to literature provides comprehensive education

Manal Salim December 27, 2013

Without the pressure of school, homework and exams bearing in my mind, this winter break has allowed me to ease back into enjoying the activities I love most. Within these past five days of freedom, I...

Ive always found this old oak tree to be so beautiful, and the way the sun was shining through it on Sunday was simply perfect.

First Snowfall

Morgan Berk December 27, 2013

Since this past weekend was the first significant snowfall of the year, I figured I should go out and get some pictures, since snow is such a beautiful thing. These first few photos were taken at my church. That...

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