Students Plan Assembly, Share Their Personal Experiences With Bullying

Michaela Flemming, Staff Writer

The Bulldogs Don’t Bully Assembly is a hallmark of every February at Stone Bridge, and this year the juniors and seniors organizing it hope that it will be better than ever. Bulldogs Don’t Bully was started several years ago by students in the junior and senior classes. “Juniors and Seniors wanted to do something about the bullying...  Read More »

Feb 10

The wait for college decisions

Haley Shelberg, Staff Writer

By the end of junior year, the rising seniors are ready to kick back and have a year to relax before college.  What most students forget about is the college application process, including the dreaded wait for the decision letters to arrive. There is nothing more satisfying than sending off your last college application.  It feels like...  Read More »

Jan 21

Stone Bridge: Top School in Loudoun County

Matt Rutledge, Staff Writer

The list of the top 100 public high schools in Virginia for 2016 was released recently, and 11 of Loudoun County’s 15 high schools were ranked, with Stone Bridge being ranked the highest out of them. Stone Bridge was ranked #6. “Stone Bridge is a high achieving school and when we get ranked, we’re constantly ranked pretty high,”...  Read More »

Jan 19

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Satire humorously sheds light on universal truths, human follies

Melissa Hart, Print Editor-in-chief

Pride and Prejudice and…Zombies?  Yes, Jane Austen’s 19th century tale of social classes and amalgamated relationships is retold while facing a new challenge: an infan...  Read More »

February 10, 2016

Most-Anticipated Books for 2016

Neha Ogale, Opinions Editor

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 Goodreads have already compiled lists of must-reads for bookworms. These lists are co...  Read More »

February 10, 2016

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 »

Making the Musical: A Preview of The Pirates of Penzance

January 14, 2016

This spring, Running Dog Productions will take a dive into the high seas with their rendition of Gilbert and Sullivan’s musical The...  Read More »

The Media in 2015: A Tumultuous, Breakout Halfway Point of the 2010’s

January 14, 2016

In an attempt to synthesize a comprehensive account of the past year, one may find themselves lost in the dizzying, grand, and diverse...  Read More »

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Qatar and the 2022 World Cup

Qatar and the 2022 World Cup

Khrysgiana Pineda, Entertainment Editor

In 2010, the FIFA president, Joseph Blatter announced Qatar as the host for the 2022 World Cup. Security is already preparing for the Cup, which will take place the first Middle Eastern country to hos...  Read More »

February 10, 2016

Super Bowl 50 Recap

Super Bowl 50 Recap

Ryan Sullivan, Advertising Manager

Roughly 110 million people all watch one game on February 7, that game was Super Bowl 50. Super Bowl 50 was played at San Francisco in Levi’s Stadium between Carolina Panther and Denver Broncos. Pre...  Read More »

February 10, 2016

Basketball Brings Game

Andrew Progin, Focus Editor

The varsity boys’ basketball team are staring off how they ended last season; they’re winning. Last year the Bulldogs start off 0-2 but went off on a 23-game win streak....  Read More »

January 19, 2016

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#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 »

February 10, 2016

‘Affluenza’ Case Sparks National Anger, Outrage

Melissa Hart, Print Editor-in-Chief

Background on the Case On June 15, 2013, when Couch was 16, he was involved in a car accident that caused the death of four pedestrians and one person to be severely i...  Read More »

January 14, 2016

Gender Gap infographic (2)

Filling in the gender gap one field at a time

December 3, 2015

Most people have heard that men are paid more than women are in their lifetime. However, this statement isn’t merely regarding...  Read More »

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