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  • Are Blood Donor Requirements Too Restrictive?

    Are Blood Donor Requirements Too Restrictive?

    Brennah Lee, Staff Writer

    Blood donors are in high demand, yet the FDA keeps outdated limitations on donor requirements, creating an insufficient blood supply, and causing protests from the LGBT community and blood donation services. Everyone has a different reason to donate. “Some people have a very altruistic nature, and a... READ MORE »»

  • Evelyn Noronha, News Editor

    Losing a star player for a portion of the season, is just about any sports team’s worst nightmare. Suspensions in the NFL are not a rarity, but they can take a huge toll on the entire team. A suspension to a baseball player who plays 162 games a season, can tend to be less dramatic compared to an... READ MORE »»

  • No Clear Indications on Snow this Year

    No Clear Indications on Snow this Year

    Cameron Bender, Editor-in-Chief

    Snow, sleet, and ice, these are the favorite words of high school students. Winter is almost upon us and students hope for snow days while parents hope for clear skies. Last Year's Weather Winter Storm Jonas was all the hype last year. The supposed El Nino did not disappoint as Ashburn was blanketed in over 30 inches of snow during the late January Blizzard. El Ni... READ MORE »»

  • INOVA Loudoun’s Construction Continues to Grow

    INOVA Loudoun’s Construction Continues to Grow

    Jordyn Fantasia, Features Editor

    As Loudoun County continues to rapidly grow, so do the necessities of its population. INOVA Loudoun Hospital is taking a big step to help meet the needs of this expanding area, with construction to make the hospital larger and more efficient fully underway. Although this project originally broke ground ... READ MORE »»

Thriving Theatre: The upcoming season of Running Dog Productions

It’s A Wonderful Life For the start of the new school year, Running Dog Productions is premiering Frank Capra’s “It’s A Wonderful Life” and “Pippin”. The fall play is the beloved classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life”, which tells the story of George Bailey, a small town man, who feels that he is desperate to throw away hi...  Read More »

Sep 28

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iPhone 7’s New Features

iPhone 7’s New Features

Jordyn Fantasia, Feature Editor

Apple’s tradition of releasing a new iPhone every year since 2007 continues, as the launch of their newest design is creating possibly more buzz than any iPhone in the past....  Read More »

Sep 28

New and Returning Fall TV Shows

New and Returning Fall TV Shows

Daniel Doggett, Focus Editor

As the leaves begin to fall and we don our jackets, a plethora of television shows begin their new seasons in addition to new shows joining the lineup. Here are a few shows...  Read More »

Sep 28

Satire humorously sheds light on universal truths, human follies

February 10, 2016

Pride and Prejudice and…Zombies?  Yes, Jane Austen’s 19th century tale of social classes and amalgamated relationships is retold while fac...  Read More »

Most-Anticipated Books for 2016

February 10, 2016

Background This year 2016 is going to be a big one for book lovers as they await the release of several major works. Websites such as...  Read More »

Modern Retro: 80s music takeover

February 10, 2016

1980s music is no longer a thing of the past; although neon jackets, legwarmers, and vibrant eye shadow have yet to return, the musical...  Read More »

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Cheerleaders Fight Through Adversity

Nick Blanchard, Staff Writer

A lot of people think cheer is just used to show school spirit and excite the student section at football games but they do much more, competing numerous times throughout...  Read More »

Sep 30

Cross Country Strides into Midpoint of Season

Cross Country Strides into Midpoint of Season

Nick Blanchard, Staff Writer

Cross Country hitting their stride as the halfway point in the season nears. Passing the torch The team is returning this season with a strong core group of veterans. L...  Read More »

Sep 30

The Heralded Battle of the Burn

The Heralded Battle of the Burn

Juliana Ciavarro, Sports Editor

  As the fan favorite football game, Battle of the Burn, approaches, coaches and players begin to prepare for the big rivalry ahead. Battle of the Burn is an annual...  Read More »

Sep 28

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Supreme Court Justice’s Death Poses Problem for Executive

Supreme Court Justice’s Death Poses Problem for Executive

Christine Culko, Features Editor

“[The President] shall nominate, and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate shall appoint Judges of the Supreme Court,” the United States Constitution, Article 2 Sectio...  Read More »

Mar 16

#OscarSoWhite Draws Attention to Hollywood’s Lack of Diversity

#OscarSoWhite Draws Attention to Hollywood’s Lack of Diversity

Christine Culko, Features Editor

Among the glitz and glamor that surrounds the Oscars, one notable thing will be missing when celebrities hit the red carpet on February 28 for the 88th annual Academy Awards: di...  Read More »

Feb 10

Dressing Up

Dressing Up

February 10, 2016

American society has made great strides since the 20th century.  Science has advanced; civil rights have expanded; art has be...  Read More »

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The student news site of Stone Bridge High School
The student news site of Stone Bridge High School