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 Athens Drive High School
From detachment to acceptance: How two students embraced their cultural identity
Features

Kavya Sriram | October 18, 2022

Athens Drive is one of the most diverse schools in the state, ranked second in the state, with nearly 56% of students identifying as persons of color, ranging from foreign exchange students from Europe…

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Club works to break stigmas by placing period products in bathrooms
Features

Amena Matcheswala | March 31, 2022

The classic struggles of high school students are known universally. From movies to real life, everyone has faced the struggles of crowded hallways, pit stains, and tardy bells. However, some classic high…

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War through the eyes of a teenager
Features

Abagail Bissett | February 28, 2022

Teenage years are supposed to be full of fun with friends and stressing over school, but this was not the reality of Narine Hrihorian, a foreign exchange student from Ukraine. While she has fun with her…

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Nonbinary student running as Homecoming King raises controversy with administration
Opinions

Amena Matcheswala | November 2, 2021

Homecoming, a highly anticipated time of year filled with school spirit, seems to have students at odds with the administration as tradition and progress fail to cross paths. An anonymous Senior nominee…

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Elias Guedira ‘21 makes history as Athens Drive’s first Morehead-Cain scholar in over 25 years
Features

Jankhna Sura | April 26, 2021

When senior Elias Guedira recalls his earliest memories of Athens Drive, his mind travels back to his Baby Jag days circa 2006. Guedira’s preschool teachers, who fondly nicknamed each of their students,…

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It is time to end violence against women
Opinions

Jenna Ali | April 20, 2021

Sarah Everard was a 33-year-old marketing executive and ray of sunshine for the people in her life.

She was walking home from a friend’s house March 3, 2021.

She followed all the rules: taking well-lit…

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Senior Caroline Swirski reflects on her experience with heart complications after COVID-19
Features

Jankhna Sura | March 1, 2021

After contracting a mild case of COVID-19 in late November 2020, Senior Caroline Swirski could not have predicted what was to come—a rare inflammatory condition and an irregular heartbeat. 

At the…

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