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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Huron High School - Ann Arbor, MI
The problem with the model minority myth
Opinions

Virginia He | May 11, 2021

On March 16th, 2021, eight innocent individuals, including six Asian women, were shot to death in Atlanta, Georgia. When the news broke, a piece of me broke as well. It was a day I’ll never forget: the…

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‘You just have to keep going’: The heartaches of nurses during the pandemic
Features

Allison Mi | April 26, 2021

“I think I cried most nights,” I.C.U. nurse Lanie Burns admitted, recalling last spring when she was deployed to the COVID floor. “Especially in the beginning, it really did feel like things were…

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Lessons from pizza
Features

Allison Mi | April 22, 2021

Part 1
Stephen Wheeler ashamedly admits that his most traumatic moment occurred at the ripe old age of 19 when he had to make himself a bologna sandwich for dinner. In his mind, there was no other more…

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Michael Sumerton’s Heartwarming Journey: Doing it Right
Features

Allison Mi | February 2, 2021

Michael Sumerton’s family doctor listened carefully through his stethoscope and heard something he didn’t like — a subtle murmur, like the whoosh and swish of leaves rustling in a soft wind. The…

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Bipartisan brothers: The Harrisons reflect on their relationship in divisive times
Features

Vish Gondesi | February 1, 2021

Polarized politics. The us versus them mentality. Even with the current political landscape, senior Will Harrison and his brother, a Michigan State University student, Jack Harrison, learned to cope with…

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A rigged system: why gifted and talented schools need to make amends
Opinions

Maya Kogulan | January 19, 2021

I am the product of a gifted and talented elementary school. I am the product of frequent holiday parties, sleep-away field trips, smart boards and overbearing country club moms.

However, across the…

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Lost in Isolation: How Physical Distancing Negatively Affects the Elderly 
Features

Allison Mi | January 15, 2021

At the outset of the pandemic quarantine in March, the most reasonable solution for protecting the elderly, with their vulnerability to COVID-19, was to isolate them. Completely. After all, the fatality…

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