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  • How far are you willing to go?

    How far are you willing to go?

    Chris Koehler, Staff Writer

    When it comes to dedicated fans, there is no doubt that Stone Bridge will have them. Every Friday, fans get decked out in different themes and cheer on their Stonebridge bulldog football team. When games our home, it makes it easier for fans to get to games, but with our fans, distance is no obstacle....

    infographic of how far students are willing to go for football

    Chris Koehler

Capstone Looks to Expand

Juliana Ciavarro, Online Editor

With the first year of capstone in the books, many seniors look for opportunities to participate in it this year. Last year, capstone started in late May and went all the way to the last day if school. Capstone stands in place of going to schools for seniors who prove to be academically ready to volunteer in the community instead of attending...

October 18, 2017

Science National Honor Society Process and Requirements

Molly Mica, Editor- in- Chief

Election of new officers for this year’s Science National Honor Society (SNHS) has sparked questions among upperclassmen concerning application process, service hour requirements, changes for the new school year, and more. Application Process Before applying for membership, sophomores, juniors, and seniors must check the SNHS website...

October 18, 2017

1Book1Community is Back Again

Allison Culko, Staff Writer

Swing by one of the Loudoun County Public Libraries or the school library now through Nov. 30, to pick up a copy of this year’s book from 1Book 1Communiy, “Inside Out and Back Again” by Thanhha Lai. 1Book 1Community is a program that promotes the community to all read one book, with the idea that everyone gets together to discuss...

October 16, 2017

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“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Allison Culko, staff writer

Running Dog Productions will be presenting “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” as the fall play for this school year. “We don’t usually do Shakespeare, so it’s something...

October 10, 2017

Ashley Cox, staff writer

Starting off as a book and making its way to the top, Stephen King’s, “It,” continues to amaze his audience. Stephen King’s original movie “It” came out in 1990 and quickly became a ...

October 10, 2017

Paravi Das gets her golden ticket

September 21, 2017

American Idol is making a comeback, and junior Paravi Das auditioned for a spot on Sept. 5 in Annapolis, Maryland. “It’s always...

When The Game Stands Tall, We All Stand Tall

September 26, 2014

Tensions rise in the small town of Concord, California as the De La Salle Spartans high school football team prepare for the game that...

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The 100-Year Hat Trick

Chris Koehler, Staff Writer

History was rewritten Saturday night when Washington Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin secured his second hat trick in two games to open the 2017-2018 NHL Season. While already...

October 18, 2017

Jon Allen Gives Back

Kate Harwood, Features Editor

As Jonathan Allen rises in fame since being drafted by the Washington Redskins, his contributions live on at Stone Bridge. Stone Bridge Student Jonathan Allen attended S...

October 16, 2017

Football Season Frenzy

Football Season Frenzy

Jimmy Sanderson, staff writer

October 12, 2017

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The PSAT: Should you be Stressing?

Immy Smith, Staff Writer

On Wednesday, October 11, the Preliminary SAT, PSAT, conjured up feelings of stress and worry in many students. The PSAT is a standardized test that students in 9th-11th gra...

October 16, 2017

Saudi Arabian Women Fight for Rights

Cecilia Gagliano, entertainment editor

On Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, King Salman Bin Abdelaziz Al Saud and the Royal Decree, announced that the women of Saudi Arabia will be able to drive, but only in accordance...

October 16, 2017

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The student news site of Stone Bridge High School
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