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 Harvard-Westlake School
First female player joins lacrosse squad
Sports

Charlie Seymour | April 26, 2022

Rummaging through her backpack in search of her safety pads and helmet, Prentiss Corbin ’22 prepared to leave the empty girls’ locker room for her first practice with the boys lacrosse team. Corbin said…

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Remembrance
Features

Lily Lee | February 7, 2022

Flipping through the pages of her 10th grade Advanced Placement (AP) European History textbook, Ava Weinrot ’23 said she searched for something more extensive than the half-page of reading assigned on…

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Marching Forward
Features

Lucas Cohen-d'Arbeloff | February 2, 2022

Voicing their demands as they strode across the National Mall, roughly 250,000 people raised signs to protest racial discrimination and lobby for civil rights legislation on August 28, 1963. Attendees…

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Stardom Young
Features

Allegra Drago | January 28, 2022

Overwhelmed by the chatter of his childhood friend and the cacophony of cicadas, alumnus Nick Lee quietly sat at the breakfast table. Jaw agape, he stared in disbelief at the Instagram notification that…

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The Fight Against Fentanyl
Features

Harry Tarses | January 26, 2022

On Sept. 25,  tucked away in Mandeville Canyon, a party raged: In the backyard of a large white house, kids packed tightly together, laughing and screaming joyously. Despite their jovial attitudes, most…

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Two Pandemics: From the Past to the Present
Features

Katharine Steers | March 25, 2021

Every morning at 7:45 a.m., Sofia Llevat ’22 wakes up to her phone alarm. She stands in front of her closet, contemplating what to wear to virtual school. While Llevat resists the urge to stay in her…

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Diplomacy at the dinner table
Features

Fallon Dern | March 25, 2021

It’s half past six on a Wednesday. A family of five places plates on a table, grabbing cups, silverware and helpings of shepherd’s pie. It smells like home, and it looks like any other family eating…

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National media outlets publish articles critical of school’s DEI initiatives
News

Ethan Lachman | March 15, 2021

Media outlets such as City Journal, Newsweek, Fox News and The Atlantic published articles criticizing the school over the past week, with much of their focus on the community’s anti-racism and Diversity,…

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Tony Award winner Ben Platt ’10 and award-winning playwright Natalie Margolin ’10 participate in student-led mental health discussion
Features

Katharine Steers | March 11, 2021

Award-winning playwright Natalie Margolin ’10 and actor Ben Platt ’10 spoke to students about their experiences with mental health during a Community Flex Time webinar Thursday.

Members of Bring…

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