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 The Bolles School
Gravity uplifts Black community
Arts & Entertainment

Grace Albaugh | March 17, 2022

“The name ‘Gravity’ harkens to the innate, energetic force within Black people, our culture and collective voice,” described Julian Crosby, Bolles alum and founder of the University of Miami-based…

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Pre-college group chats: convenience or concern?
Features

Ian Peiris | March 15, 2022

Nilesh Patel (‘22) remembers checking his phone before crew practice one afternoon. As he walked down the stairs of the boathouse, he noticed his phone repeatedly ringing, receiving text after text after…

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China’s three-child policy erases history
Opinions

Sarah Scherkenbach | February 10, 2022

Based on data gathered by CNN, there are around 60 million Chinese “missing girls” as a result of China’s one-child policy.

According to the documentary One Child Nation and a multitude of news…

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The most expensive place on Earth
Arts & Entertainment

Kelly Kim | February 4, 2022

With its colorful billboards on Florida highways and sparkle-filled commercials, Disney World widely advertises itself as “the most magical place on earth…where dreams come true.” But underneath…

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Audio

Ian Peiris | November 22, 2021

What is adulthood? At what time in life does one transition to adulthood? What does it mean to be an adult? Join hosts Su Ertekin-Taner, Aisha Hasan, and Sarah Scherkenbach for a discussion on this pivotal…

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Breaking down the Florida Reporting and Ideological Survey Bill (H.B. 233)
Opinions

Sarah Scherkenbach | October 26, 2021

A college professor enters a lecture hall full of young minds, ready to teach. After projecting their materials, they walk up to a podium staged in the center front, but as they open their mouth to begin,…

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“Promising Young Woman” may not be so promising
Arts & Entertainment

Isabel Bassin | March 23, 2021

Warning: this article contains spoilers along with mentions of sexual assault and suicide.

Promising Young Woman continues to trend on the iTunes “Top 25 Movies” chart and received 4 Golden Globes…

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Student book project sheds light on racial literacy
Features

Ian Peiris | March 22, 2021

At just five years old, Taylor Richardson (‘22) developed a love for space and the stars. She has attended multiple United States space camps and aspires to be the first Black woman to land on Mars.

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Telling the Untold Story
Features

Su Ertekin-Taner | March 16, 2021

Clara McLaughlin is a trailblazer, a pioneer, a shatterer of glass ceilings.

She was one of the first African American women to own a newspaper in Florida, the first African American woman to found…

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‘Drivers License’ blends pop elegance with clever songwriting
Arts & Entertainment

Ian Peiris | January 27, 2021

An unexpected gem has emerged from today’s music charts.

On January 8, 2021, pop industry newcomer Olivia Rodrigo released her debut single, “Drivers License,” and since then, the song has…

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