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Welcoming the Korean Language

Welcoming the Korean Language

Nancy Nguyen, Staff Editor October 6, 2017

With already five languages here at Lake Braddock, the students now have a sixth choice of enrolling in Korean. Started with a club sponsored by History teacher Jocelyn Cable, it is now an opportunity...

Red Sand Project raises human trafficking awareness

Gabe Dakake, Staff Writer May 4, 2017

“There are more people enslaved now than there have ever been, and we probably don’t even notice it,” teacher Paul Agner said. On April 4, 2017, the Teachers for Tomorrow group, and many other...

From One to Another

Lama Khraibani, Sports Editor May 1, 2017

Siblings have a huge influence on each other’s lives even if they don’t realize it, and that statement comes to light especially when it comes to sports. There are many siblings here at LB that participate...

Lake Braddock Hiring New Football Coach

Lake Braddock Hiring New Football Coach

Daniel Dodson, Senior Writer April 3, 2017

BURKE, Va- A job listing for the LB varsity head football coaching position has been posted on the official FCPS coaching page. “Yes, it has been advertised. There are two cycles with the second cycle...

Bruin Athletes Commit On National Signing Day

Bruin Athletes Commit On National Signing Day

Ian Bivona , Sports Editor February 1, 2017

Every year on the first Wednesday of February, athletes for all sports across the country announce their official commitment for NCAA athletics. This year, several LB athletes, from many different sports,...

New Face To Track and Field

Emily Key , Staff Writer February 1, 2017

There is a new face on the track at Lake Braddock, and her name is Coach Ivy Jordan. Jordan has previously coached Annandale High School Track, and now works here at Lake Braddock. The track season has...

A New Face to the Game

Lama Khraibani , Sports Editor February 1, 2017

The whistle blows, and girls run up and down the court, as small beads of sweat slide down their faces, striving to finish the drill in time before the buzzer goes off. It’s a different year, but the...

Kids Who Coach

Ian Bivona, Sports Editor January 30, 2017

While some Lake Braddock students chose to play or watch a sport, others show their love of the game in a different way: by coaching. “I chose to coach because I needed the service hours,” senior...

The jump from high school to college athletics and academics

by Mary Farag, Staff Writer November 15, 2016

There are many great athletes here at Lake Braddock. Some are graduating this year and will continue to play in college. It would be interesting to see how senior athletes at LB will deal with playing...

LB Wins Again, Routs Annandale

September 9, 2016

by Ian Bivona After winning their opening game of the year, the Lake Braddock Bruins continued Friday night by traveling to Annandale to take on the Atoms.   The Atoms, who entered the game...

Uncommon sport of choice for several LB athletes

Uncommon sport of choice for several LB athletes

Ellie Weber, Staff Writer April 24, 2016

On a day-to-day basis, we hear stories, player profiles and score updates for the same few sports: football, basketball, baseball and hockey. Occasionally, we’ll visit a few others sports such as lacrosse,...

What It Means To Love a Sport

What It Means To Love a Sport

Ryan Mullins, Staff Writer April 17, 2016

It is not the easiest thing, making a varsity high school sports team. Particularly when it’s for one of the most popular sports in the world in a school of over 4,000 students. But for senior Alex Hughes,...

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