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 Cherry Creek High School
Jeff Boyce Is No Longer Remaining Apolitical
Features

Carly Philpott | November 15, 2022

In West 419, Jeff Boyce teaches a science class like none other: AP Environmental Science. Boyce puts a spin on the class by taking a political perspective to educate on climate change and humanity’s…

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Despite Growing Acceptance, Religious Creek Students Still Face Discrimination
Features

Emily Gleason | November 4, 2022

Because of Creek’s large student population, there are many different religions at the school; however, the silent treatment, side glances, glares, microaggressions, jokes, and outright insults are all…

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Across the Hall
Features

Carly Philpott | November 3, 2022

The amount of transgender people in the nation grows every year, and so does the population of trans students at Creek. For trans kids, every day is a battle between their outer and inner selves, every…

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Colorado Contractors Lend a Helping Hand in Artemis Mission
News

Meron Banjaw | September 26, 2022

After being postponed twice, NASA announced that the rocket for the Artemis 1 moon mission will launch the uncrewed Orion capsule on Sept. 27.

Though the launch will be 1,894 miles away from Colorado,…

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‘Hamilton’ Denver Return Is Joyful, Bittersweet for Audience, Cast
Arts & Entertainment

Carly Philpott | March 3, 2022

Eighteen months.

That’s how long the Denver Center for the Performing Arts was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As of October, Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) shows have been back…

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Workers at King Soopers Strike Over Unfair Labor Practices
News

Nick Rui | January 19, 2022

King Soopers workers across the Denver area began striking Wednesday, Jan. 12 for better wages and improved working conditions. Employees lined up in front of stores, wearing signs around their necks and…

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Regis Jesuit High School Fires Journalism Advisors, Removes Winter Issue of Student Magazine Over Pro-Choice Op-Ed
News

Carly Philpott | January 18, 2022

Regis Jesuit High School fired the advisors of its Elevate student magazine and retracted the winter issue over a pro-choice op-ed last month, a letter from the school’s principal and president says.

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‘This Isn’t Even Possible’: Boulder County Residents Tell the Story of the Marshall Fire
News

Carly Philpott | January 14, 2022

In 2020, a town came inches away from burning to the ground in the Rocky Mountains.

In the East Troublesome Fire, one of Colorado’s worst, homes tucked below the picturesque Trail Ridge Road were…

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A Year After the U.S. Capitol Was Breached, America’s Wounds Have Yet to Heal
Features

Carly Philpott | January 12, 2022

A dark shadow still hangs over the United States Capitol a year after American unity was shaken by extremists storming the building to protest the results of the 2020 election. For many, the scars the…

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The Two Sides of a New French Pronoun
News

Norah Rudnick | December 13, 2021

The recent decision of a popular French dictionary, Le Petit Robert, to include a new gender non-conforming pronoun has highlighted the controversy around the efforts to make the romantic French language…

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Stitching Together Worlds: How Senior Stefven Klein Makes Clothes To Connect The Past To The Present
Features

Madison Seckman | November 17, 2021

On senior Stefven Klein’s kitchen table is an array of natural fiber fabrics in the works. Cut-outs of patterns traced onto wrapping and freezer paper are pinned on the fabric, and in his hand is a piece…

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CCSD Kitchen Staff Shortage Threatens Student Food Supply
News

Emily Gleason | November 9, 2021

Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) is currently facing a shortage of kitchen staff working in school cafeterias and has been since the COVID-19 Pandemic started.

“The supply chain and the staffing…

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CCSD Transportation Department Combats Bus Driver Shortage
News

Lily Deitch | September 30, 2021

A group of lingering students watch as their bus creeps around the corner. The anticipation is real as they prepare for the race of a century, and what’s on the line is a big deal: getting to class on…

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Sandra Oh’s “The Chair” Pushes All The Right Buttons
Arts & Entertainment

Carly Philpott | September 15, 2021

“It’s not about whether you’re a Nazi. It’s about whether you’re one of those men who, when something like this happens, thinks he can just dust himself off and walk away, without any [expletive]…

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WandaVision: a new reality for the MCU
Arts & Entertainment

Carly Philpott | May 21, 2021

WARNING: This article contains minor spoilers for previous MCU movies and some WandaVision episodes.

I watched Avengers: Endgame (2019) in theaters three times before it hit me that I’d never see…

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