Choir Concert Comes Out a Success

Choir Concert Comes Out a Success

Adrenaline was rushing and excitement was flowing through the auditorium as the choir concert date was finally approaching. The performers were anxious to get on the stage and sing their hearts out to the crowd full of family and friends. The... READ MORE »»

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Everyone’s had one of those terrible, horrible, no good very bad days. For Alexander, however, those kinds of days seem to be every day, and he wishes for nothing more than for his family to experience the kind of bad day he is so used to. Alexander... READ MORE »»

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Bukauskas wins Gatorade Award

Breaking a record, and becoming conference champions doesn’t sound like a bad season, and Varsity Baseball is still going. Though, while the team continues to make strides towards becoming state champions, one player in particular is honored... READ MORE »»

Ms. Alison Wins Teacher of the Year Award

Ms. Alison Wins Teacher of the Year Award

After 13 years of working at Stone Bridge, history teacher Ms. Allison Alison disproved the idea that 13 is unlucky by winning the Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award for Loudoun County. “I was so surprised when I found out I won,” Ms.... READ MORE »»

The Heartbleed Bug Infects Internet

The Heartbleed Bug Infects Internet

On April 1, Neel Mehta of Google’s security team along with security engineers at Condenomicon discovered the existence of The Heartbleed Bug.  This security bug has left around half a million of the Internet’s secure web servers, from... READ MORE »»

A New Kind of Love in Disney

A New Kind of Love in Disney

Disney came out with a new princess movie on November 27 called Frozen.  Frozen is a story of two sisters trying to figure out who they are, while dealing with the obstacles of life. In Frozen, Anna from a young age is very happy and optimistic... READ MORE »»

Is the Justice System Catching the Flu?

Is the Justice System Catching the Flu?

Shakespeare wrote in his play King Lear, “Through tatter’d clothes small vices do appear; Robes and furr’d gowns hide all. Plate sin with gold, and the strong lance of justice hurtless breaks; Arm it in rags, a pigmy’s... READ MORE »»

“Thunderstruck” Hits the Stage, Uniting Local High Schools and Performers

“Thunderstruck” Hits the Stage, Uniting Local High Schools and Performers

The show kicks off with puffs of smoke and neon lights pulsing in geometric patterns on the ceiling. This is “Thunderstruck.” The Stone Bridge High School auditorium is packed not only with SBHS students and parents, but students from Broad... READ MORE »»