All juniors to take ACT at no cost during school day in April
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All juniors to take ACT at no cost during school day in April

Every year, juniors and seniors take the ACT many times over the year, spending $38-$54.50 each time, depending on whether or not they take the writing portion as…

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RBHS simulates intruder drill to gain experience
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RBHS simulates intruder drill to gain experience

After a slew of school attacks led by crazed shooters in the last decade, two years ago CPS decided to change its policy regarding intruders to the ALICE…

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Smoke generator, prank set off string of fire alarms
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Smoke generator, prank set off string of fire alarms

The testing of a smoke generator in the Performing Arts Center triggered RBHS’s fire alarms around 3 p.m. yesterday, resulting in a non-drill evacuation of the school. Following…

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Aspire to take the place of Plan tests
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Aspire to take the place of Plan tests

Sophomores will undergo five hours of Aspire testing Tuesday as a result of ACT’s replacement of the Plan test with the Aspire, an exam that takes up almost twice…

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StuCo looks to include fundraising in future homecoming elections
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StuCo looks to include fundraising in future homecoming elections

While they may be our cross-town rivals in the field of sports, HHS is becoming a role model for RBHS Student Council with their way of running Homecoming…

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Art Club creates Face-o-mats for Artrageous
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Art Club creates Face-o-mats for Artrageous

As an overcast sky hung over Columbia, RBHS Art Club members began turning on their Face-o-mat “machines” outside of the Columbia Art League, participating in the spirit of Artrageous.…

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Planetarium offers show this weekend
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Planetarium offers show this weekend

CPS planetarium at RBHS is showing ‘The Planets’ at 11 a.m. and  ‘Chronicles of a Journey to Earth’ tomorrow, Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. These showings are available…

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Parking spots in north and south lots to be rearranged
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Parking spots in north and south lots to be rearranged

Today six signposts were placed in the parking lot in front of the South entrance doors. “Ultimately, a lot of it is to make visitor parking,” Assistant Principal…

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Youth advisory council takes root in Columbia
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Youth advisory council takes root in Columbia

Junior BHS student Sloane Scott’s dream of youth involvement in government is finally materializing as Columbia is gaining a Youth Advisory Council. On Saturday, Oct. 4 she held…

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