One to the World Comes to Stone Bridge

One to the World Comes to Stone Bridge

Rachel Mundie, Staff Writer

One to the World   Starting next school year, Stone Bridge will be participating in the program “One to the World.”  This program will help students connect...  Read More »

May 5

Not Enough Running for Mr. Stone Bridge

Not Enough Running for Mr. Stone Bridge

Shivali Dessai, Staff Writer

Thunderstruck, International Night, Jamnesty, Hope Fest, the list goes on. Stone Bridge has held a countless number of talent shows this past...  Read More »

May 1

In the World Today

In the World Today

Meghan Ochs , Features Editor

Earthquake in Nepal kills Thousands, Destroys Cities: A 7.8-magnitude earthquake recently devastated the country of Nepal, leaving at least...  Read More »

May 1

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“Train” Kicks off New Tour

Holly Gibson, Journalism Student

“Train” has kicked off their nationwide “Picasso at The Wheel Summer Tour” and Loudoun county fans are counting the days until they arrive at Jiffy Lube live on June...  Read More »

June 12, 2015

A Court of Thorns and Roses Review

Sami Johnson, Journalism Student

The book, “A Court of Thorns and Roses", by Sarah J. Maas tells the story of Feyre (Fay-ruh), a 19-year old huntress who is the main caretaker of her family until the day...  Read More »

June 10, 2015

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Avengers: Age of Ultron swoops into theaters

May 5, 2015

From its opening scene “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is a fast-paced and thrilling movie. This long awaited, newest edition to the...  Read More »

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The Wait is Over, “Full House” Announces Sequel

May 1, 2015

For fans of the classic 90s show, “Full House,” the wait is finally over.  John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on the show, an...  Read More »

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Into the Woods We Go Again

February 24, 2015

Boom. Crash. Lightning. Flash. The ground shook like thunder on earth as a giant fell from the skies. Danger lurked at every corner...  Read More »

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Varsity Boys Lacrosse: Road To States

Juliana Ciavarro, Journalism Student

In the past, boys’ varsity lacrosse has fallen short of the state championship title. In 2003, the team won districts, and since then Coach David Madgwick has put together...  Read More »

June 12, 2015

Varsity Girls Softball Season Ends

Amy Thompson, Journalism Student

Friendship Strengthened by Team Bonds Tears were shed after the varsity softball team lost to Broad Run, ending their season. “I’m really going to miss all the ...  Read More »

June 10, 2015

Boys Lacrosse Shoots through Successful Season

Melissa Hart, News Editor

Hard work, determination, perseverance: a few traits that accompany the ideal lacrosse player - traits that Varsity boys’ lacrosse players strive to attain. “This season...  Read More »

May 5, 2015

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Tomorrowland: Pleases Some, Not Others

Matt Rutledge, Journalism Student

 Beautifully directed, well-acted, and full of originality, the heavily anticipated “Tomorrowland” is a fun, exciting adventure for the most part, but the climax will ...  Read More »

June 12, 2015

Spring Guitar Gives Great Concert

Kevin Paff, Journalism Student

The night began with the beginner guitar group, who kicked off the night with a slower sounding waltz.  They then progressed to a faster, peppy Spanish piece called “Pepe’s...  Read More »

June 12, 2015

Pitch Perfect Sequel Even Better Than First

June 12, 2015

In the sequel to Pitch Perfect, Pitch Perfect 2, the incredible cast did it again, the movie made more money in its open...  Read More »

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