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Vaping Affecting the Nation

Indy Khaitan, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

  As of Oct. 2, the CDC has confirmed more than 1000 lung injury cases and 18 deaths in the U.S. involving e-cigarette use. Sixty four percent of cases involve young adults aged 18-34.   While the specific chemical cause of the vap...

Renewed Discussion on D.C. Statehood Draws Supporters

Ben Nichols, Editor in chief

October 7, 2019

Renewed calls to give Washington, D.C. statehood have filled the streets of D.C., where citizens and politicians alike are putting their support behind a new bill to do just that. On Sept. 19, House Democrats led the first h...

LCPS Updates Discrimination Policy to Include the LGBTQ+ Protection

Ricci Talbot, staff writer

April 12, 2019

A new change to Loudoun County's anti-discrimination policy has made it much more inclusive to LGBTQ staff and students.   Loudoun County’s School Board voted to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the list...

News Brief: One Loudon Arrests Increase

Jonathan Coello, staff writer

April 12, 2019

At least 10 people were arrested at One Loudoun for public intoxication in the middle of the night.   On Feb.25, these individuals were charged for harassing women, disorderly conduct, obstruction of justice, and assault.   This...

SBHS Goes Through Accreditation

Evelyn Rude, staff writer

April 12, 2019

  SBHS has had many adults with notebooks walking into classes and observing the students and teachers. They are being inspected for accreditation. It is a requirement for a school to be accredited in order to for parents...

Virginia Votes Down ERA Again

Virginia Votes Down ERA Again

Ghazal Hami, staff writer

March 7, 2019

Zombie Deer Breakout

Zombie Deer Breakout

Elaine Weirschmidt, staff writer

March 7, 2019

College Deadline Decisions

College Deadline Decisions

Kiera Brice, staff writer

January 25, 2019

Government Shutdown

Ben Nichols, staff writer

January 23, 2019

Federal employees have been feeling blowback as a government shutdown stretches on over funding for the president’s proposed border wall over the past few weeks.   Workers in various government agencies and departments,...

Writer Center Strikes Back

Elaine Wuerschmidt, staff writer

November 28, 2018

  The Writing Center makes a comeback this year with many new upgrades. Because of the new technology upgrades at the school, the Writing Center got a new room to work in. Room 400 has new decorations and a much more comfortable...

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