Narrow scope of students fails to recognize the essence of education

Bradley Wilson, Editor-in-Chief

April 6, 2011

As I logged onto Facebook last night, I couldn’t ignore the vast sea of comments about the referendum failing to pass, quickly spreading like wildfire between students. It saddened me to see such harsh, hyperbolic, depressing...

Weighted GPA should require merit

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

April 26, 2010

The months of April and May, for many sophomores, juniors, and seniors, are major crunch months for AP classes. This generally means that those AP students looking to do well on their exams and forgo most of their social life,...

Bradley’s Birthday Bargain of the Week

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

April 8, 2010

Welcome back delightful readers! Media Manager Bradley Wilson back again this week with another bargain for everyone to enjoy. This week’s bargain is a result of my Spring Break birthday experience. That’s right; your author...

Renovation doesn’t merit cost

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

December 23, 2009

Over the past couple of years, RB has undertaken a significant construction project that has renovated much of the building. Among the improvements include a new pool, fieldhouse, entrance, classrooms and labs, library, cafeteria,...

Who wants to be an AP scholar?

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

November 20, 2009

Welcome to “Who Wants to be an AP Scholar?” In this episode, one student will attempt to gain eight college credits, all while maintaining some mild form of a social life and balancing practices and matches for his sport....

Borderlands – the unknown Game of the Year

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

November 5, 2009

With Call of Duty, Modern Warfare 2, and Left for Dead 2 scheduled for November release dates, many other first person shooters aren’t getting much press. Every year, a few staggeringly good games get overshadowed by more popular...

RB Boys soccer makes history

Bradley Wilson, Media Manager, Bradley Wilson, Media Manager, and Bradley Wilson, Media Manager

October 28, 2009

On Saturday 24th, the Boys Varsity Soccer Team made history, winning a regional title for the first time. After a lucky first round bye, the boys destroyed St. Francis in a 6-2 championship victory. The Bulldogs exploded o...

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