The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

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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

Stories from Skyline College
Mental Health Struggles on Athletes
College Reporting

Arman Archouniani | May 27, 2021

Mental health has been an important topic that has begun to get recognized much more in our world. More and more professional athletes have been coming out and talking about their struggles with mental…

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Where would mathematics take me?
College Reporting

Christian Carlo Ceguerra | May 5, 2021

“I don’t need math in my major!”
“Why are there letters in math?”
“Calculus is difficult, why do I need to study it?”
“I only need arithmetic in my life!”
These are some of the classic…

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From the backyard to the college diamond
College Reporting

Steven Rissotto | April 28, 2021

Randy Aberouette strapped on his spikes, doffed on his cap, packed his equipment, and set out to the field for his first practice as a member of the Skyline baseball team. Something wasn’t right when…

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Early Childhood Education: an overlooked program
College Reporting

Christian Carlo Ceguerra | April 26, 2021

Professor Sarita Santos will never forget how angry she was when a friend tried to dissuade her from pursuing a career in child psychology and special education.
“‘Rita, you’re so smart,’” Santos…

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The Skyline View Podcast: National Poetry Month with poet laureate Janice Sapigao
College Reporting

John Harrison | April 22, 2021

April is National Poetry Month and today we’re speaking with Santa Clara County poet laureate Janice Sapigao about her experience leading Skyline’s Cipher Hip-Hop Learning Community and the politics…

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Stoicism: an ancient philosophy with contemporary value
College Reporting

John Harrison | April 15, 2021

“Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future too,” wrote Marcus Aurelius, a Stoic philosopher and Roman emperor.
He ruled from 161-180 A.D.,…

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The Skyline View Podcast: Student unions stand against anti-Asian hate
College Reporting

John Harrison | April 6, 2021

In today’s episode we’re having a conversation with members of the Skyline College Filipinx Student Union and College of San Mateo’s Katipunan about why violence against the AAPI or Asian American…

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The Skyline View Podcast: National Sleep Awareness Week with Emily Risk
College Reporting

John Harrison | April 5, 2021

It’s National Sleep Awareness Week and in today’s episode Emily Risk, a nurse with the Skyline College Health Center, will be discussing with us the importance of sleep for college students, what causes…

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From basketball to self-driving cars
College Reporting

Ashley Hernandez | March 22, 2021

Etienne Boutan attended Skyline from 2013 to 2014. His interest in technology led to him choosing to study in California. Whilst playing basketball as a shooting guard at Skyline College, Boutan found…

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Exposed and Naked
College Reporting

Christian Carlo Ceguerra | March 17, 2021

“We are living in a material world / And I am a material girl”
One can revel and jive to Madonna’s “Material Girl” for its tongue-in-cheek poetics and whimsical 80s melody all day long, but…

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San Mateo County police departments vs. COVID-19
College Reporting

Holden McCandless | March 17, 2021

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be no job that has been as uniquely changed as the role of the police.

In the face of the world turning over, guides for police departments to follow…

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The role of higher education in media and information literacy
College Reporting

Christian Carlo Ceguerra | March 17, 2021

Before March began, journalism students and student newspapers’ staff around the country observed Student Press Freedom Day on Feb. 26, along with the Scholastic Journalism Week, which lasted from Feb….

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Miles Mastrobuoni’s opportunity
College Reporting

Steven Rissotto | March 11, 2021

Miles Mastrobuoni sat with his family at the dinner table as a 13-year-old in Livermore, California. While a plate of food was waiting for his attention in front of him, the wide-eyed kid was too distracted,…

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Learning art in time of the COVID-19 pandemic: A breakthrough or fiasco?
College Reporting

Christian Carlo Ceguerra | February 11, 2021

For many people, art and design is not merely a pastime or a “creative outlet”. Some people see the discipline as their passion, their bread and butter — the craft they want to continue to explore…

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Inside San Quentin’s COVID-19 outbreak
College Reporting

Faisal Gresalfi | November 9, 2020

The family of one of the at least 27 inmates and employees at San Quentin State Prison who have died from COVID-19 have filed a wrongful death claim against California’s correctional system. A deeper look…

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The voice that travels across the Pacific
College Reporting

Bless Cadayona | November 5, 2020

For Filipino-Americans and Filipino immigrants in the United States, October marks the celebration for Filipino American History Month. With this year’s theme being “The History of Filipino American…

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Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck seeks to make big impact in Pacifica election
College Reporting

Steven Rissotto | November 5, 2020

In the fall of 2017, Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck was exasperated as he listened closely to a city council meeting that was taking place in his lifelong home of Pacifica, California.

As the beach town’s…

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Skyline College Students and Faculty Concerned About the Coronavirus
Coronavirus

Layna Salinas | March 5, 2020

Students and faculty members at Skyline College are concerned about the growing outbreak of the coronavirus that has killed nearly 1,000 people in China and two outside of China

Over the past month…

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