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 Arroyo Grande High School
Film a video, immortalize a memory
Features

Olivia Theaker | May 3, 2021

Youtube: a single app that has transformed the way we view entertainment today and has provided creative young minds with an outlet to express themselves.

It’s a bit ironic that some feel more…

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Riley Osborne amazes with her skills, strength, and resilience despite her limb difference
Sports

Madelyn Ferreros | April 27, 2021

She was 10-years old, and the only one on the field who didn’t have both hands to bat or pitch. Fall softball season was coming to an end, she was among some of the younger players and her opponents…

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Homeless animals are always in need, pandemic or not
Features

Erika Schiesl | March 24, 2021

Two-thousand eight hundred. 

That is the number of adopted animals from Woods Humane Society (Woods), San Luis Obispo during the pandemic. 

In a typical year though, there are roughly 3,200 adoptions….

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Impostor Syndrome: thoughts of inadequacy eclipse individual worth
Features

Erika Schiesl | February 19, 2021

If you were to google “Impostor syndrome,” a myriad of cryptic titles would appear.

“We’re all frauds”

“Why it can kill careers”

“The truth about feeling like a fake” 

“How…

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Public school minority groups speaking out about stereotypes and the importance of understanding different cultures
Features

Madelyn Ferreros | February 15, 2021

According to Public Schools Review, in 1997 students enrolled in U.S. public schools were 63.4% white. This left 36.6% to the minority group which consisted of Black, Hispanic, Asian, Pacific Islander,…

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Things are getting hairy for many students during lockdown
Features

Erika Schiesl | December 9, 2020

Eight months ago, the idea of haircuts and dye-jobs at home likely seemed daunting, especially when students had school each day.

However, the pandemic has left everyone with nowhere to go for a haircut,…

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Vonderheide family In-N-Out quest
Features

Adam Mercer | December 8, 2020

Any Californian worth their weight in sea salt is familiar with In-N-Out Burger and the profound impact it’s had on our state’s culture. The fast-food chain, which began as a drive-thru hamburger shack…

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