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Bon Voyage

Sabrina H., Staff Writer

September 20, 2013

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Ever dreamed of seeing the world? Or places in the Francophone region? The opportunity has arrived; this Spring Mr. Wilkins will be traveling to Paris, Normandy and Brittany with about 12 lucky bulldogs and their parents. In...

Blast from the Past

Stacey Dec

June 5, 2013

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Four students at Stone Bridge received the History Students of the Year awards in honor of their outstanding social science achievements. These peers then competed with the county to see if their success made them the Loudoun...

Basketball team victims of theft at Langley

Emily Hughes, Features Editor

February 26, 2013

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The basketball team found themselves missing possessions after a game at Langley High School on January 29. Five iPhones as well as earrings, watches, and cash were taken from team members’ bags, which were kept outside lockers...

Farewell to The Office

Olivia O'Brien, Managing Editor

February 20, 2013

Filed under Entertainment, Feature, News

The Office is in its ninth and final season and the Scranton-based paper company is scrounging for ways to end the series on a high note. The Crew Behind the Camera The Office is set as a mockumentery (a documentary sty...

Storytellers campaign comes to Stone Bridge, bringing awareness and hope

Sarah Smith, Staff Writer

February 20, 2013

Filed under Feature, News

This month, sophomore Bailey Kurzeja will be kicking off The Storytellers campaign, a high school campaign from To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA). The Storytellers is a campaign in which a single student from a high school finds...

Open enrollment policy

Anna Hornberger, Staff Writer

February 20, 2013

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As early as this fall students of Loudoun County will be able to transfer to the school of their choice so long as it is under capacity, without an approved excuse. On Tuesday, January 22nd, the School Board made the decisi...

Dual enrollment classes

Grace Fender, Staff Writer

February 20, 2013

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As more and more students get their drivers licenses, the parking lot is increasingly becoming a problem for everyone.  With high prices, people stealing spots, and parking in the visitors spot, many are getting frustrated. Some...

Schools to be graded using an A-F system

Lauren Bavis, Staff Writer

February 20, 2013

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Report cards have been grading students ever since they entered the public schooling system, and now proposed legislation will now require the same to be done for Virginia schools themselves. Two bills, HB 1999 and SB 1207, are...

National economy heads toward cliff

Emily Wynn, Editor-in-chief

January 3, 2013

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What is the ‘fiscal cliff’? Republicans and Democrats are infamous for their oppositions, but there is one thing almost everyone can agree on: whatever it may be, the ‘fiscal cliff’ must be avoided. Federal Reserve...

Pertussis Case Confirmed

Lauren Bavis, Staff Writer

December 3, 2012

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Fear filled the hearts of many as they learned there was a reported case of pertussis within the student body.  However, the chances of catching this disease from this confirmed case are low. Pertussis, otherwise known as...

Two Students Selected for Army All American Bowl

Hannah Parker, Staff Writer

December 3, 2012

Filed under Feature, News

All over the nation the fastest, strongest, and bravest are chosen for the Army All American Bowl. Seniors Ryan Burns and Jonathan Allen were chosen to represent the school. “I’m absolutely proud to represent Stone Bridg...

Regal theater coming to Dulles Town Center

Anna Hornberger, Staff Writer

November 29, 2012

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By next year, there will be a Regal movie theater attached to Dulles Town Center. The agreement for this addition was signed by Private real estate developer, Lerner, and the Regal Entertainment Group in May. There are to be te...

FBLA promotes a cause

Grace Fender, Staff Writer

November 29, 2012

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The annual Future Business Leaders of America Chapter, Warm-a-Life coat drive is back, and continues until November 9. Students have put together the fundraiser and are expecting around 350 new or gently used coats to give bac...

Volleyball team raises awareness

Grace Fender, Staff Writer

October 19, 2012

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Recently, the varsity volleyball team took on Chantilly.  However, it wasn’t just a regular game.  The game was especially important because of the meaning held behind it all. They not only won the game, but they won the a...

German Boy Band Wins the Hearts of Students

Sarah Smith, Staff Writer

October 15, 2012

Filed under News

In an auditorium packed with cheering fans, the majority of whom were German students from Loudoun County, four young men took the stage in white shirts, black pants, and black ties. They made up the German boy rock band, Artig. Artig...

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