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 Marshall University
The shame request: The rise of adult cyber-bullies
College Reporting

Xena Bunton | April 30, 2021

There has been a noticeable trend of adult cyber-bullying since 2018, as over one million Facebook users virtually gather to “shame” strangers, celebrities and their friends.

“You feel as if the…

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Crum, WV- a town on borrowed time
College Reporting

Tyler Spence | April 15, 2021

CRUM, W.Va. — As of the 2010 Census, Crum’s population was 182. The town is only an hour from Huntington and sits on the border between the southern county line of Wayne and the northern line of Mingo…

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Infectious diseases specialist explains vaccine benefits
College Reporting

Brittany Hively | April 15, 2021

While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and many medical professionals are encouraging constituents to receive their COVID-19 vaccination, many are still wary of the possible side effects.

“Anyone…

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Beyond “she” and “he,” preferred pronouns offer safe space
College Reporting

Brittany Hively | April 8, 2021

With the increase surrounding equality awareness for the LGBTQ+ community, pronoun awareness has become pertinent.

“When we talk about pronouns, people are always very scared because it’s something…

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Recent weather pattern typical
College Reporting

Brittany Hively | March 29, 2021

From ice storms and flooding to snow in Texas, will 2021 be the year of extreme weather?

Kevin Law, West Virginia state climatologist, said most of the recent weather is typical for this time of year.

“This…

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Supporters rally in favor of CROWN Act
College Reporting

Isabella Robinson | March 16, 2021

Community members, activists and lawmakers in favor of the CROWN Act marched at the state capitol March 13 to demonstrate support of the bill to end hair discrimination.

CROWN stands for Create a Respectful…

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Campus carry resurfaces, prompts response
College Reporting

Tyler Spence | March 11, 2021

Under current statutes in West Virginia, college campuses remain an exception for places one can visit and conceal carry a weapon without a permit. Earlier this month, the West Virginia Senate introduced…

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Un-Pac, organizing students for vast democratic reform
College Reporting

Isabella Robinson | March 10, 2021

Following the introduction of H.R.1 to the House floor, former Bernie 2020 staffers launched Un-PAC, a new political organization dedicated to organizing students and young people to demand democratic…

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CEO Panel focuses on overcoming hardships
College Reporting

Brittany Hively | March 8, 2021

The Lewis College of Business, Brad D. Smith Schools of Business, hosted their third CEO Panel under the Dean’s Distinguished Speakers Series, on Wednesday, Mar. 3.

Marshall University alumnus, Brad…

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W.Va. health facility horror stories: “It feels like my safety doesn’t come first.”
College Reporting

Douglas Harding | April 1, 2020

Editor’s note: Some sources in this story agreed to speak only on the condition of anonymity out of fear of repercussions regarding their employment.

Amid the global pandemic caused by COVID-19, healthcare…

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