The Bulldog Tribune

Loudoun County Construction Craze

Jordyn Fantasia, news editor

October 20, 2017

As per usual, Loudoun County is never short of growth and construction. The most prominent developments right now are the productions of multiple roads and overpasses along Route 7 throughout Ashburn. Project Plans Having broken ground by...

Hispanic Heritage Month Happenings

Imogen Smith, staff writer

October 20, 2017

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, students and Spanish classes alike are exposed to the rich history, culture, and traditions. Some Spanish classes are doing projects that will further inform students of Hispanic heritage....

Library Liveliness

Library Liveliness

October 20, 2017

Capstone Looks to Expand

Juliana Ciavarro, Online Editor

October 18, 2017

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...

Science National Honor Society Process and Requirements

Molly Mica, Editor- in- Chief

October 18, 2017

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...

1Book1Community is Back Again

Allison Culko, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

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...

Upcoming Electoral Information for New Voters

Kate Harwood, Features Editor

October 12, 2017

Seniors at Stone Bridge are eligible to vote in the upcoming elections for Governor and the House of Delegates. To be eligible to vote in Virginia one must be a resident of Virginia, be a U. S. Citizen, be at least 18 years...

Local Volunteer Opportunities

Chris Koehler, staff writer

October 12, 2017

Students at Stone Bridge are known for being involved both in their school and their community. This key pillar of the bulldog tradition is exemplified through their commitment to community service through organizations such as...

Google becomes Classrooms’ One-Stop-Shop

Madison Norman, staff writer

October 12, 2017

After being absent, switching between multiple websites and trying to find missing work can be stressful for students, but now that all teachers are required to use Google Classroom, students will no longer have this dilemma. When...

Hand-drawn infographic depicting the purpose of Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week Begins

October 10, 2017

The College Process

Juliana Ciavarro, Online Editor

September 21, 2017

College is a process that has many steps to take. Between applications, touring, and financial reasons, college is a big decision that requires a lot of thought and time. As the school year starts off with a bang, many seniors...

New teachers get leashed

Josh Montano and Sravani Sunkara, Staff Writer's

September 21, 2017

There have been some new additions to the Dog Pound this year. Having had many positive experiences here at Stone Bridge, they are excited to see what this year brings. Ms. Laura Berry, a new English teacher, who moved all...

College fair comes to Stone Bridge

Cecilia Gagliano, Entertainment Editor

September 21, 2017

General information The Loudoun County Public Schools College Fair gives students and parents the opportunity to explore and talk to approximately 178 Colleges, Universities, and Military representatives. Held on Sept, 24...

SBHS helps hurricane victims

Madison Norman, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017

This week, a fundraiser will be held by Interact Club, Key Club, and senior class office in order to help the communities that were impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Irma. These clubs will be selling handmade bracelets made...

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