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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

Trouble with transit
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Trouble with transit
By Zack Goforth, Grayson Redmond, and Will Clifford

For those of us in a tucked-in oxford shirt, grey shorts and — can’t forget — a belt, many are fortunate enough to look forward to a set of wheels after finally passing that driver’s test. But driving is not necessarily the norm in many parts of the world, or even the United States. A distinct hallmark of various countries in Europe and Asia, and even in cities like New York and Chicago, is a well-developed and accessible public transportation system. And when it was announced in February that Arlington’s AT&T Stadium, despite hosting nine other matches, had not landed the coveted bid for the World Cup Final, which will instead be hosted at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, many have begun pry at the backbone of Dallas-Fort Worth’s own public transportation...

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff onboard Hydrographic Survey Vessel CATLETT observe the damage resulting from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.
Stevenson community in shock following Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse
By Dominic Snipes, Landon Zernhelt, Gavin Shields, and Ben Johnson
 It’s been almost 13 years since “The Hawk Eye” published the original story, “Baby steps, long strides,” in 2011. Since then, alumni Madie Mckasson and Brandon Van Kuilenburg have worked together to raise their daughter, 12-year-old Skylar Van Kuilenburg. (Photo provided by Madie Mckasson, via Nicholas L. Laning)
Moving forward
By Olivia Evans, Hebron High School
The issue of gender bias in the gaming industry and community lies in the ignorance of harassment, as people insist that their comments are just jokes, turning the responsibility of female gamers if they feel offended, humiliated, or undermined.
The warped world of gender in gaming
By Qianzi Loo and Meadow Shen
Hatred and misinformation, concerning the Israel-Hamas war, flood Instagram comment sections.
The web of misinformation
By Shiori Chen, Carlmont High School
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Coach and custodian Derrick Hamilton handles regular business in the cafeteria. I saw the fear in his face and jumped into action, he said.
Custodian turned hero
By Ella Dorfman, West Shore Junior/Senior High School
Beacan Mottl kicks the ball in front of the opposing team.
Under Pressure
By Charlie Meyers, Sidra Major, and Riley Zimmerman
I used to feel shameful playing sports as a little girl, but now, at 17 years old, that feeling has changed — and I have Caitlin Clark to thank. With record-breaking scores, she’s changing the history of women’s athletics and inspiring a new generation.
Opinion: Throwing like a girl
By Olivia Evans, Hebron High School
Various reality TV shows that are available for streaming on Hulu are shown. There are several genres within reality TV, such as makeover and romance, which makes reality TV appealing to different audiences.
From 'The Bachelor' to 'Love is Blind,' reality TV is 'entertaining,' 'comforting' despite inherent artificiality
By Surya Patil, Archer School for Girls
Junior Zaret Hermosillo moved from Mexico when she was four years old.
A starker dialect
By Landen Ward, Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School
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Expect a little more of this due to Senate Bill 291. 
Senate Bill 291: Recess is Back
By Angela A., Sydney N., and JD K.
Bonnie Thoe Austin advises two of her auto mechanics students
Shop talk
By Eleanor Montgomery, Cannon Falls High School
MHSNews | Duo Dogs Visit Special Olympics
By Elliott Jorgensen, Marquette High School
Staring into the sun
By Samir Shaik and Cindy Phung
Community reflects on impact of vinyl shop
By Lylah Kimberlin, Lafayette High School
Junior Genesis Cuellar-Figueroa takes a picture of the April 8 eclipse. By using the special eclipse sunglasses, she protected both her eyes and her camera lens.
Students, teachers view solar eclipse
By Aidan Lia, Daniel Pearl Magnet High School