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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

For many across the globe, sexual harassment permeates every aspect of life, often inducing silence and instilling negative emotions in those who experience it.
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Sexual harassment: shattering the silence
By Grace Hamilton, The American School in London • May 13, 2021

Traveling alone, for many women, screams danger. Health Teacher Bambi Thompson spent a summer abroad in Madrid for a work opportunity and had the very experience many dread. “I was on my own and heading...

By cultivating appreciation for every type of brain, the neurodiversity movement works for a future where people with autism are treated fairly.
Neurodiversity strives to amplify autistic voices
By Chesney Evert, Carlmont High School • May 11, 2021
According to the National Association for Media Literacy Education, media literacy is "the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using all forms of communication."
Navigating the media terrain in the 21st century
By Leland Pan, Metea Valley High School • April 30, 2021
Consistent stock market crashes during the pandemic have forced stocks to fall to historic lows, giving small-time investors countless opportunities to get involved in the trade. In quarantine, seniors Peter Budko, Abigail Hagan and Eike Rehwald seized the chance to investigate the ins and outs of the stock market, including the GameStop incident that made headlines this January.
High schoolers navigate the pandemic-era stock market
By Rose Liu, Los Altos High School • April 28, 2021
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Elayna Pennell and her mother Tiffany Albers ’89 pose by the Bell Tower. During their interview at Xavier, Albers reminisced as she compared the physical structure of Xavier from when she attended to now.
Xavier continues mother-daughter legacy
By Layla Torres, Xavier College Preparatory Academy - AZ • May 14, 2021
Delaine Tyler, freshman, competing her contemporary solo at Nuvo Dance Convention this year.
A Dream in Motion
By Amelia Cleary, Liberty High School - IA • May 13, 2021
Jen Ziemke, an associate professor of International Relations, has worked heavily in global affairs and politics almost her whole life.
Academia sees rise in female Political Science majors
By Laken Kincaid, John Carroll University • May 6, 2021
JCU Students wonder if they can take their book writing dreams to new heights without the lofty price tag.
JCU book writing partnership spawns criticism
By Laken Kincaid, John Carroll University • May 6, 2021
Scenes featuring Renata Sorrah from the Brazilian telenovela "Senhora do Destino" transformed into a meme by the Internet
Where would mathematics take me?
By Christian Carlo Ceguerra, Skyline College • May 5, 2021
Over a million Facebook users virtually gather to "shame" strangers, celebrities and their friends.
The shame request: The rise of adult cyber-bullies
By Xena Bunton, Marshall University • April 30, 2021
Teens opt for disposable cameras instead of digital cameras to achieve a "vintage" look.
Ditching Digital: Why Teens Opt for Disposable Cameras
By Rutaiba Siddiqui, Marquette High School • May 14, 2021
Twenty-five-year-old JJ Niemann is a Broadway performer who has appeared in "The Book of Mormon" and the recent TikTok musical "Ratatouille the Musical.” After Broadway shut down March 2020 due to the pandemic, Niemann turned towards TikTok to continue showcasing his acting, singing and dancing as well as behind-the-scenes of Broadway life. Niemann has rose to popularity on the platform, with over 660 thousand followers on TikTok.
Where Broadway meets TikTok: A performer’s journey from stage to screen
By Sally Zhu, The Harker Upper School • May 14, 2021
The Asian American identity is a constant crisis for many and reconciling the relative privilege of one
Kulture à la Kaavya: Notes of a native Asian American
By Kaavya Butaney, Los Altos High School • May 14, 2021
Misinformation, bias, and deceptive facts are all far too prevalent in our society, especially when regarding polarizing topics, namely politics. And while it’s bad enough that people repeat things to each other that are bent one way or are completely incorrect, social media only helps to exacerbate this issue.
Disinformation ruins modern media
By Josh Truesdale, Londonderry High School • May 14, 2021
India battles enormous COVID-19 crisis
By Chelsea Plunkett, Carlmont High School • May 14, 2021
A Zoom full of strangers
By Alice Scott and Morgan Eye • May 13, 2021
It's Too Early for This
By Claire Valenti, Downers Grove South High School • May 13, 2021
Now that Hybrid learning is underway, kids are finally being able to see their friends and teachers again, and even though distance learning definitely had its drawback, there may have been some positives as well.
Benefits of Virtual Learning
By Ryan W., Sebastien A., Hailey A., and Ryan A. • May 14, 2021
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Quinn Felton, a young bicyclist, reflects on his passion for cycling and goals for the future.
Quinn Felton takes a road less traveled
By Kiana George , Carlmont High School • May 12, 2021
Former head Track and Field Coach Geesey (Right) and current head Coach Gutekunst (Left) together again. They have both received the COVID vaccine shot.
Geesey vs. COVID
By Chloe Fleurie, DALLASTOWN AREA HIGH SCHOOL • May 11, 2021