Private Violence is a documentary film on the intricacies of a taboo subject: domestic violence. It’s easy to look away, or to ignore the problem, but director/producer Cynthia Hill tackles these problems head-on. Domestic violence, which affects one in four women, is often thought of with many misconceptions. “I learned a lot. I think the […]
Junior Mark Fentress’s dream of a men’s volleyball team at Rock Bridge has started to take shape, beginning with his club’s first meeting on Jan. 30. By Eric Glennon What do you think of the idea of a men’s volleyball team?
Last Friday, Jan. 16, the RBHS show choir programs performed in their season premiere concert in the RBHS Performing Arts Center. Like last year the house was not only sold out, but the standing-room-only crowd had to sit in the aisles of the theater. The Southside Singers opened the event with an impressive performance. The […]
The Rock Bridge Planetarium will host laser shows today through Jan. 12. Lasers will fly across the ceiling to go along with 40 of the top rock and roll classics. Throughout the day tomorrow, the Planetarium will have a free half-hour preview to the Laser Mania show, which will be on Saturday in the Planetarium. “Those […]
My mom graduated from RBHS, her brother graduated from RBHS and two of my cousins graduated from RBHS. What I didn’t realize until recently is that both of my cousins’ husbands graduated from RBHS, as well. I managed to get all of them to participate in a panel during an after-Christmas family game night and talk […]
This past weekend, November 14-17, RBHS’s Performing Arts department put on a production of Seussical the Musical, based on the works of Dr. Seuss. Although the show is over, the students all agreed it had been an exciting experience. Junior Brice LaFond described the experience as “fantastic,” senior Katie Wheeler called it “delightful” and sophomore […]