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 Boulder High School
Drug Education Needs a Rewrite
Opinions

Hannah Cohen | May 11, 2022

In fifth grade, my teacher gave a standard lesson on the danger of drugs. Gathering the class around the table, she told us a scenario about standing outside the Boulder Public Library. When she asked…

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A 10 Year Sentence for Four Deaths
Opinions

Saisree Kumar | March 18, 2022

In 2019, 26-year old Rogel Aguilera-Mederos was speeding at 85 mph in a 45 mph commercial vehicle speed zone on Interstate 70 when his truck slammed into traffic after the brakes allegedly failed, killing…

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A Post Roe v. Wade Colorado
Opinions

Hannah Cohen | March 3, 2022

Last week, the Supreme Court heard a case that has the fate of Roe v. Wade- and thereby the fate of reproductive rights in the United States -thrown into uncertainty. Fifty years ago, in 1973, the Court…

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Brent Biekert: Boulder High’s Last SRO
Features

Elliote Muir | April 21, 2021

After eight years of policing at CU and 19 years with the City of Boulder Police Department, Officer Brent Biekert decided it was time to try something new. Being a School Resource Officer (SRO) “appealed…

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Dear Influencers: Do Better
Opinions

Akasha Brahmbhatt | February 4, 2021

This article was written over the summer of 2020, yet with nearly six months past the original time, many more noteworthy actions have been taken that I felt needed to be addressed.

Who do we look…

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Madam First Lady: Dr. Jill Biden
Opinions

Isabel Oliver | December 21, 2020

On December 11th, the Wall Street Journal published an opinion piece by Joseph Epstein urging Dr. Jill Biden to “drop” the “Dr.” suffix in front of her name due to having a Doctorate in Education…

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Pop Culture’s Problematic Portrayal of Psychopathy
Arts & Entertainment

Luke Leiden | December 2, 2020

In modern society, a person who blackmails, stalks, assaults, tortures, rapes, or murders their peers would not typically be someone you would want to associate with, much less sexualize and glorify. But…

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Colorado’s Adoption of the Popular Vote Means More Than Just a Vote
Opinions

Ruby Link | November 16, 2020

On election day, Colorado joined the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC), passing it as a law with 52 percent of the vote. Although the compact will not be enacted until enough states join…

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What do the Boulder Police Think of Black Lives Matter?
Features

Saisree Kumar | October 27, 2020

While 2020 has been a year of reinvention for some and loss for others, we can all agree it has been a year of change. This change ranges from the little things like staying at home and wearing a mask…

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Police Have Missed the Point of The Punisher
Opinions

Amaya Brooks | October 8, 2020

The Punisher, an iconic anti-hero of the Marvel Universe, has long been an unofficial symbol of the United States military. However, in more recent years, it has been adopted by the Blue Lives Matter movement…

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Consent: A Black and White Issue
Opinions

Jac McCarty | February 14, 2020

Consent. It’s an idea that, more often than not, adheres to the time-tested saying of ‘you know it when you see it.’

Many cases are clear-cut. Black and white. A woman saying no. Powder slipped…

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