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 Miami Country Day School
Vaccine Volunteers: Being Part of History
Features

Julian De La Cadena | February 23, 2021

The Coronavirus. It’s omnipresent, unavoidable and has significantly altered our way of life. Although it seems like ages ago that students were released from classes and instructed to begin online learning,…

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Class of 2022 Exodus: Do Black Students Matter?
Opinions

Estella Dunham | January 19, 2021

In the summer of 2020, the Miami Country Day class of 2022 lost 6 out of its 13 Black students, amounting to nearly half of the African-American junior class. Why did so many people leave, and what can…

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Will Sanders’ Supporters Switch to Biden and Save the Democratic Party?
News

Andrew Weaver | May 12, 2020

With weary faces staring at computer screens, supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders knew that the end had come on April 8. Over a livestream video, their champion of “American Liberalism” suspended…

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Can Art Help Us Cope?
Coronavirus

Giulianna Bruce | April 17, 2020

Where does art stand during a global pandemic? Some might say that, compared to the issues with the economy, art is trivial; it needs to be set aside, hidden away in the pantry with the rest of the forbidden…

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Pivoting During the Pandemic
Coronavirus

Diego L | April 15, 2020

Canceled orders. Payroll. Delivery deadlines. Sickness. “You learn a lot about challenges” never rang truer as sixth-grade broadcaster Diego L. finds out in this interview with one small business owner….

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“Normal Is Not In Our Game Plan…”
Coronavirus

Sasha Vaygensberg | March 24, 2020

Last week, Washington Governor Jay Inslee said on CNBC: “Never since World War II have we faced a situation like this. For the next several weeks, normal is not in our game plan.”

As we move into…

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On the Mend?
Video

Olivia Delancy | December 20, 2019

On September 19th in the Garner Center Cafeteria a commotion broke out amongst students, prompting our Upper School director to make a negative comment regarding a predominantly black community. What followed…

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A Climate Change of Mind
Video

Andrew Weaver | December 10, 2019

Miami is ground zero for climate change activism. But what do activists really want? Every Friday in Miami Beach, hundreds of protestors take to the streets encouraging politicians to legislate, voters…

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Promposals Too Disruptive?
Video

D'Yani Gregoire | May 30, 2019

Inviting someone to the prom is nothing new. But, in 2001 when a Texan boy broadcast his invitation to the prom over his school’s PA system, promposals were born.  Since then, they’ve gotten more…

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SAGE and Dietary Restrictions
Video

Michael Puglise | February 12, 2019

How well does SAGE provide for those with special or dietary restrictions? Reporter Michael Puglise from the Journalism class investigates and speaks to vegan, vegetarian and a kosher students.

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What Do We Really Know About Weed?
Video

Daniel Tzalik | January 28, 2019

It’s edible, smokeable, “vapable” and can be bought in legal dispensaries and on many corners in America. But what do we really know about weed? Why do so many believe that this ubiquitous drug is safe?…

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Is Homework Healthy?
Video

Maria Salazar | January 25, 2019

Some experts say homework may not be all we think it is. Journalism student Maria Salazar reports.

This story was originally published on The Spartacus on December 17, 2018.

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Girls Lacrosse to Debut in Spring
Sports

Taisa Strouse | October 8, 2018

After years of discussion, girls lacrosse will be coming to Miami Country Day School this spring. 

“Hopefully we can have enough girls out there to make up a middle school and a high school team,”…

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From Beijing & Philly to Miami: Meet Jim Connor
Features

Gabriella Marchesani | October 8, 2018

Peering into the eyes of his infant daughter, Jim Connor had an epiphany. A life changing moment. Pausing in the conversation we had, he reflected on when, as a father, he realized that being the lawyer…

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