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

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Kings High School
Keeping life colorful
Features

Alyssa Martin | May 11, 2021

The day started out colorfully, kids running around, jumping into the pool with big splashes. Neighbors, friends, and family chatted and shared stories. It was hard to imagine how everything would shift…

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All my feminist friends are white.
Opinions

Kayla Estrada | April 29, 2021

I declared myself a feminist one evening at the dinner table. Through a mouth full of meat and potatoes I abruptly announced, “I am a feminist because I am tough.” And it was then, at the ripe age…

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Women face gender-based discrimination and challenges within STEM fields.
Features

Alyssa Martin | February 18, 2021

As bright July closed in on August, she logged into Google Classroom to find her AP Physics summer work. She clicked onto the “People” tab of the Classroom page, curious to see who would be studying…

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Lack of diversity in literature curriculum leads English teachers to challenge the status quo
News

Kayla Estrada | February 18, 2021

They spelled her name wrong. 

One of the most accomplished columnists from her time, with pieces featured in the Boston Evening Traveller, Cosmopolitan,  and College Humor, Katharine Brush became…

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Anti-racism: from resolution to action
News

Abby MacNeil | October 29, 2020

I (a POC) was walking to class on my first day in the school after moving into the area and didn’t know what room my class was in, or even what floor. I wasn’t close to anybody in the school and was…

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Stop telling girls to smile
Opinions

Kayla Estrada | October 14, 2020

In the 7th grade I began to contemplate what it truly means to be a girl in this world. Confused by provocative gestures and angered by insignificant rumors, walks home from school became solitude, my…

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New mothers face isolation challenges amidst COVID19
Coronavirus

Kayla Estrada | May 22, 2020

Lisa DeBord felt blessed to have her husband with her the whole time during the delivery of her third child on April 3. The hard part came afterward when no one was allowed to visit.

“No one was…

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Closed: Teachers and Administrators sort out the logistics of a mandatory spring break
Coronavirus

Lexi Hackney | March 16, 2020

On Thursday, March 12, Ohio Governor Mike Dewine announced that all schools K-12 will have an extended three week spring break. All gatherings of 100 people or more are prohibited.

Most Ohio universities…

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Cultural appropriation: no one wants to talk about it
Features

Kayla Estrada | January 14, 2020

Timothy Hicks’s AP Language and Composition wrestles with philosophy, the American dream, and systematic oppression. Hicks talks about these topics in such a way that no student feels uncomfortable….

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