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 Carmel High School
Athletics at this school increasing in Black representation, reflecting national trends
Sports

Alivia Romaniuk | February 26, 2021

February is Black History Month, dedicated to remembering and celebrating those who paved the way for today’s society, breaking deeply-rooted racial barriers. Arguably some of the most groundbreaking…

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Tea enthusiasts consider history, heritage, importance of tea in their lives
Features

Kruti Subbannavar | January 25, 2021

It is dinner time and as junior Remi Shirayanagi eats she takes sips of brown tea on the side. Remi said that all of her family drink tea together, mostly at mealtimes.

“I drink tea like I do water,”…

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Engaging with feminine fashion provides creative outlet, enjoyment for male students
Features

Emily Carlisle | January 25, 2021

Recently, celebrities such as Harry Styles have come into the spotlight for wearing traditionally feminine clothing. Although entertainers have been breaking gender norms with their clothing for years,…

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25 years after International Fighting Championship 4, instructors, female martial arts students evaluate female participation in martial arts
Sports

Saumya Somasi, Sam Hawkins | January 20, 2021

Sophomore Avery Guo puts on her uniform for the third time this week. She fastens her black belt to her waist, sets her shoes aside and steps into her dojang—a term used in Korean martial arts to refer…

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CHS students celebrate winter solstice in different ways, describe cultural significance
Features

Raghav Sriram | January 12, 2021

While it might seem unusual to celebrate the winter solstice, the shortest day and darkest time of the year, many students at this school look forward to holidays around this time and have already begun…

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Students form cultural awareness groups to combat racism, provide support
News

Tsion Daniel | November 5, 2020

Like most students her age, Gabi Bradley, Black Student Alliance (BSA) member and freshman, is in the process of becoming familiar with this school. However, throughout her education at Carmel Clay Schools,…

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Politicians, students advocate importance of teens in local politics
News

Cady Armstrong | November 5, 2020

As the election gets closer, the bids for presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden come up in most everyday conversations. Debates between candidates have become heated as have debates between…

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Students reflect on experience of coming out of quarantine after having COVID-19
Features

Kruti Subbannavar | November 5, 2020

It’s hot in the classroom. Junior Emily Long lowers her mask to take a sip of water. A classmate jokingly quips, “Don’t pull down your mask,” and Long is reminded of the fact that she is a COVID-19…

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Chipotle program offers to cover tuition for workers, sparking discussion on high school jobs
Features

Uma Kandallu | November 22, 2019

Ben Ring, Chipotle worker and senior, is among the many students at this school who have an after-school job. While many high school students already work in order to gain benefits such as real-world experience,…

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Ubiquitously Funny Obsessions: With the invasion of Area 51 memes across all social media, students and teachers analyze possibility of real-life alien invasion
Features

Grace Xu | November 22, 2019

Over the summer, junior Daniella Richardson went on Instagram to catch up and unwind as usual before coming across something decidedly unusual: an Area 51 meme. Strange, she thought, and she just kept…

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With Halloween around the corner, practicing Wiccans, Pagan debunk stereotypes around their religions
Features

Emily Carlisle | November 14, 2019

Many people associate the word “Wicca” with witchcraft and characteristics such as “evil” or “Satanic,” while others see Wiccan practices as similar to those of cults. Few people picture a…

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A Little Every Day: With Inktober in full swing, students, teacher reflect on influences of online challenges on art, life
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Sophia Hawkins | November 14, 2019

Each year since 2009, artists all over the world pick up their pens every day in October to draw. They may be following a prompt or they may simply be drawing whatever comes to mind, but all are part of…

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Students consider impact of religion on themselves, their lives, cultural beliefs
Features

Kassi Darnell | October 17, 2018

When junior Neharika Palivela first started attending public school, she quickly learned she was different from her peers. Palivela was raised Hindu, so she did not share the same Christian beliefs that…

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With Homecoming week approaching, students, staff reflect on long-standing CHS traditions, discuss new changes
Features

Rhea Acharya | October 9, 2018

Near the end of the school day on Aug. 17, as Lara Staton, varsity women’s tennis player and junior, walked through the E halls, crowds of students cheered her on from either side. This was not Staton’s…

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