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Monday, March 27, 2017


From hard-hitting investigations to quick breaking news around Columbia and RBHS, the core of Bearing News has a wide selection for any reader to choose from. Look here for the latest stories circulating around town and school, and be sure to check back every day for more fresh coverage.

Sophomore True/False screening stirs controversy

On March 3, CPS sophomores have the opportunity to go to the Missouri Theater and watch the documentary "I Am Not Your Negro," which has caused some backlash by students.

Environmental Coalition hosts Nature Day in Rock Bridge State Park

Environmental Coalition hosts a Nature Day on Feb. 25 at Rock Bridge State Park. The day will include hiking, snacks and a cave tour.

CACC flower sale to benefit self-funded program

In hopes of funding the various floral classes in the CACC, students will put on a flower sale to benefit their curriculum.

Students participate in Mini Mizzou Thon to help kids

Saturday Feb. 11, the University of Missouri opened its doors to host the annual event of Mini Mizzou Thon for raising money for the women...
Photo by Devesh Kumar

PTSA sponsoring candy grams for Valentine’s Day

Students can buy a plethora of sweet treats for their friends or teachers for Valentine's Day.

MAC Scholars lead protest in response to courtwarming theme

Students were encouraged to wear black, via slips of paper distributed throughout the school on Tuesday during school. The movement was meant to call attention to the exclusiveness of the theme.