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 Forest Hills Central High School
Outside the 2021 Met Gala: The Black Lives Matter protest that is being swiftly overlooked
Opinions

Jessie Warren | September 20, 2021

For 78 years—with a few exceptions—the annual Met Gala has served as a staple of universal pop culture. Since the late 1940s, the event has attracted celebrities from distinct realms of fame, joined…

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Soon to retire, Vickie Miller found a sense of family through FHC
Features

Lauren Batterbee | May 19, 2021

As custodian Vickie Miller sifts through her memories, one thing she was able to check off her bucket list was going on a cruise. Miller loves traveling and will hopefully be seeing more of the world as…

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Once, she was seven
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Natalie Mix | May 11, 2021

Once, she was seven, and she doesn’t remember much about being seven—mostly the feelings. She remembers how all-consuming those feelings were, the enormous anxiety too great to fit into her small body,…

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There is light on the horizon as the COVID-19 vaccine enters its third stage of rollout
Features

Jessie Warren | May 10, 2021

On March 12th, 2021, Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services officially announced that all Michiganders 16 and up would be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine….

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Anime fans prove that the genre has more depth than what meets the eye
Arts & Entertainment

Eva Harshman | February 2, 2021

Sophomore Mrrudhula Perumal looks up to a young girl named Emma. While most people’s heroes are a celebrity or a family member, Mrrudhula is in awe with an anime character.

“[I look up to] Emma…

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Phoebe Bridgers’ Copycat Killer brings me ethereal ruin
Arts & Entertainment

Lynlee Derrick | December 10, 2020

With Spotify’s “Friend Activity” tab as a testament to my following statement, I have survived these past months on Phoebe Bridgers’ albums Stranger in the Alps, Punisher, and her Instagram stories….

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FHC’s community is left divided on the switch to a full week schedule amidst the global pandemic
News

Lynlee Derrick | October 13, 2020

Starting with administration
Measuring tape in hand, principal Steve Passinault found himself at school on a Saturday, but this time it was for something much greater than a meeting: contact tracing for…

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Students may be overlooking an opportunity for exceptional self-awareness
Features

Natalie Mix | March 3, 2020

A classroom-full of students pause in the fluorescent glow of their laptop screens. The screen loads for a barely noticeable second, and in that moment, they are all waiting. Whether in apathy, expectancy,…

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Students shed light on the significance of individual change when considering the environmental impacts of the food industry
Features

Amanda Bartolovic | January 13, 2020

Approximately one year ago, senior Olivia Throop sat amid her peers in AP Environmental Science (APES), learning about ecological processes and interrelationships in the natural world. As a part of these…

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Foreign language classes have become an inventive mix
News

Lynlee Derrick | December 18, 2019

Thinning budgets and thinning class size has left French teacher Laurie Van Houten teaching two different French classes at the same time—an odd yet necessary mix.

This mixture is due to classes at…

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Do you have Netflix?
Features

Natalie Mix | November 27, 2019

Bold red letters unfold on the screen, emphasized by a familiarly thudding noise that fades into a faint ringing. The black screen dissipates, unveiling a vast library of movies and TV shows. From The…

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Ashlynn Lambert charts her own course through a new and unfamiliar world
Features

Natalie Mix | October 15, 2019

From Georgia to Michigan. From foster care to adoption. From practically an only child to an older sister.

In the span of a year, sophomore Ashlynn Lambert has experienced more than some do in a lifetime….

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