The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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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

RBHS wishes Principal Sirna happy birthday

RBHS wishes Principal Sirna happy birthday

April 12, 2020

Even in the midst of a stay at home order and the coronavirus pandemic, RBHS comes together to wish its principal, Jacob Sirna, a happy birthday. Some messages are short, others are long, but each is heartfelt...

Senior Thalia Montilla reflects on her favorite cultural traditions, addresses stereotypes

Senior Thalia Montilla reflects on her favorite cultural traditions, addresses stereotypes

April 11, 2020

As the fourth installment in an ongoing series about students' cultures, senior Thalia Montilla reflects on her favorite cultural traditions and addresses inaccurate stereotypes. Montilla shares her favorite...

How to make 4 DIY masks from household items

How to make 4 DIY masks from household items

April 5, 2020

Senior Maddie Marrero demonstrates how to make four different do-it-yourself (DIY) masks from household items such as elastic bands, paper towels, headbands and bandanas. Watch as we walk you through...

Female students share what makes them feel beautiful

Female students share what makes them feel beautiful

March 28, 2020

In honor of Women's History Month, senior female RBHS students answered the question, "What makes you feel beautiful?" Their responses are heartwarming, inspiring and sometimes sad, but all of them are...

Breaking down gender barriers in male dominated sports

Breaking down gender barriers in male dominated sports

March 18, 2020

[vc_text_separator title="PLAY LIKE A GIRL" title_align="separator_align_left"]When freshman Abby Hay was eight years old, she and her baseball team were competing in a tournament in Kansas City, Mo. As...

Senior Kanchan Hans describes festivities, food, family in India

Senior Kanchan Hans describes festivities, food, family in India

March 13, 2020

As the third installment in an ongoing series featuring students from multicultural backgrounds, senior Kanchan Hans describes India's unique and diverse culture, specifically in her birth city of Punjab,...

Senior Jordan Kuhnert shakes it in the front row during the girls dance Sheila. The meaning behind the song was about a girl being too sexy for a guy, and was the most upbeat of the girls choreography.

Dancers celebrate Indian culture during Global Village week

March 10, 2020

Global Village week's second day of celebration took place Tuesday, March 10 in the main commons through a display of international dancing. Fifty-three upperclassmen and two underclassmen dressed in traditional...

Female students define beauty

Female students define beauty

March 10, 2020

To celebrate Women's History Month, female students share how they define beauty. Answers include, "It starts out with mental health," "An inner quality," "Just being a good person on the inside" and everything...

A Tutorial: How to wash your hands

A Tutorial: How to wash your hands

March 10, 2020

Nurse Tammy Adkins teaches students how to wash their hands, an effective way to prevent the spread of coronavirus.   How do you wash your hands? Let us know in the comments below.

Can Homecoming Queen Sadia Moumita wash her hands?

Can Homecoming Queen Sadia Moumita wash her hands?

March 10, 2020

Missouri received its first official coronavirus case on Sunday March 8. TO prevent contracting the illness, the CDC advises one to wash one's hands throughly. Will Sadia Moumita pass the test?   What...

Senior Kennedy Robbins talks about Canadian culture, history

Senior Kennedy Robbins talks about Canadian culture, history

March 8, 2020

As the second installment in an ongoing series featuring students from multicultural backgrounds, senior Kennedy Robbins talks about what life in her home town of Windsor, Ontario, Canada is like. Robbins...

A Machine to Live In illuminates divide between culture, industrialization through alternate perspectives

‘A Machine to Live In’ illuminates divide between culture, industrialization through alternate perspectives

March 7, 2020

A Machine to Live In opens with a baritone, reverberating voice describing the plights in creating a single, architectural masterpiece in an area as diverse in culture as Brasília, a space-age metropolis...

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