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 Howard Community College
The Crisis in Afghanistan, Born Out of Western Imperialism
College Reporting

Marcus Chewning | October 12, 2021

I will never forget the day. I was in my eighth-grade English class, and the War in Afghanistan came up in discussion. During, I said something along the lines of “We [Americans] are there [Afghanistan]…

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Defunding the Police: Why It Needs to Happen
College Reporting

Amira Cooper | April 30, 2021

The pandemic has isolated us, frightened us and shoved the truth into our faces. The cruel reality, neither new nor old, of increased police brutality towards Black people has traumatized and desensitized…

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Muslim Students begin fasting for the holy month of Ramadan
College Reporting

Esha Bhatti | April 15, 2021

The fridge is loaded with Costco breakfast items. My list of spiritual goals is stored on the “Notes” app within my iPhone. My mind is already wandering to the foods that I will dig into come sunset…

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Feminism Failed Black Women, Womanism is the Solution
College Reporting

Deja Grissom | April 13, 2021

Malcolm X once said, “the most disrespected person in America is the Black woman.”

This sentiment rings true to this day. In the past few months, we have witnessed a young black woman being body-slammed…

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HCC Students Stand with Asian American Community Amidst Escalating Hate Crimes
College Reporting

Esha Bhatti | March 24, 2021

Three beauty salons. Eight people dead. Six of them, Asian women.

Last Tuesday, March 16, Americans received the harrowing news that a lone gunman carried out a series of attacks at three different…

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White Backlash: A response to Racial Progress
College Reporting

Deja Grissom | February 15, 2021

“ALL LIVES MATTER” and “Stop the Count” are the chants cried by Donald Trump supporters all around the country. These people are angry about the outcome of the 2020 presidential election and are…

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Deliberate Imperfections: The art of crochet without perfectionism
College Reporting

Rebecca Nason | February 11, 2021

A friend of my mother’s first taught me how to crochet when I was nine. At the time all I cared about was the color of the yarn– a hideous salmon pink. It took my clumsy fingers what felt like hours…

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