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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.

Student Council officers elected legitimately

While this year's elections have caused much controversy, the most recent student election was smooth and fair.

Slam poetry club debuts to students

To add to the ever growing list of RBHS clubs, slam poetry will debut Thursday April 13, in room 332 after school for its first meeting. After...

Global issues club works to improve life of refugees and immigrants

The Global Issues club has set up a supply drive for local refugees and immigrants. These people who left their homes to get away from violence, come to the U.S. with little to no supplies.

World studies teachers use varied methods of instruction

With two types of World Studies classes, students are able to choose between regular and Advance Placement. These two classes differ in both teaching styles and content.

One-to-one program to provide laptops to students lacking technology at home

The one-to-one program allows students without technology at home, to have an equal chance at succeeding in school, as someone with available laptops at home would.

RBHS HOSA competitors to advance to national tournament

The annual HOSA state competition was held on March 27 and 28. From the event, seven RBHS students qualified for nationals, which will take place in late June in Orlando, Florida.