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 Clark Magnet High School
Bridgerton Season 2 gives South Asians long-awaited representation
Arts & Entertainment

Anisa Alam | April 11, 2022

As a South Asian girl, watching the lead of Briderton’s Season 2 be a beautiful Indian woman made me feel indescribable happiness and awe. Bridgerton did an excellent job in giving South Asians the…

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Privacy in the internet age — it matters
Features

Kenneth Castro | December 19, 2019

“There is no such thing as privacy,” says Sevada Isayan, who teaches Info Systems and Info Tech at Clark. And with the ever-expanding ubiquity of the internet, this prospect seems closer to the truth…

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How cultural appropriation has become a growing problem in an increasingly diverse society
Features

Emili Cruz Sosa | December 18, 2019

“Although it is more than okay to appreciate other people’s culture, robbing aspects of a culture without understanding the traditional importance is really disrespectful,” said Clark sophomore Daniel…

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The disposable struggle
Opinions

Lois Ramilo | November 13, 2019

The world is sinking in waste. According to a study conducted by the World Bank, humans have generated over 2 billion tons of solid waste. That means each person produces about 0.74 kilograms of waste…

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U.S House of Representatives finally recognizes the Armenian genocide
Opinions

Anna Arutunian | November 12, 2019

After school had ended on Oct. 29, my dad picked me up from my bus stop and replaced his usual greeting with “The House recognized the genocide!” The conversation carried home, spreading the news to…

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Learning Italian
Opinions

Aleks Zadorian | March 20, 2019

Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, of all things, stirred my interest in Italian. How a beautiful, rhythmic and flowing language can fit so well in a book about murder, organized crime and human suffering was…

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Revolutionizing the paper book
Arts & Entertainment

Victoria Bochniak | January 2, 2019

“The book is like the spoon, scissors, the hammer, the wheel. Once invented, it cannot be improved,” said Italian novelist Umberto Eco. However, Dutch publishers of the international dwarsligger, or…

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Letter writing in Little Tokyo brings generations together
Features

Reed Maruyama | December 18, 2018

Late in the evening of November 7 in Downtown Los Angeles, within the confines of an abandoned business in Little Tokyo, activist and poet Traci Akemi Kato-Kiriyama read aloud from an archive of personal…

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The lucky few Extraordinaires
Features

Victoria Bochniak | November 21, 2018

At 9:30 a.m., the sun’s blistering heat already warmed the multitude of enthusiastic volunteers preparing crafts booths, game tents, and face-painting stations in the midst of Pasadena’s Central Park….

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