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 Northwood High School
A look into the future of public transportation in Irvine
News

Karen Bruce | October 19, 2022

The City of Irvine’s 2022 Transit Vision study, now in its closing stages, will be finalizing its concept plans for improved local transportation options later this month, which includes newly-proposed…

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Reaching one’s dreams: The struggles of first generation college students in the US
Audio

Annie Lee | May 9, 2022

In this episode of the Northwood Howler podcast, staff writer Annie Lee interviews senior Zeynep Karatas, a first-generation college student in the US, about her college application experience as well…

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Division Over Nationality: Competing at the Olympics
Sports

Annie Lee | March 16, 2022

Soaring through the crisp air to massive heights, China’s representative Eileen Gu clinched two gold medals and one silver medal in three different skiing categories at the 2022 Winter Olympics. But…

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It’s time to dethrone our outdated traditions
Opinions

Mei Ono | January 6, 2022

The Homecoming King clutched their tightly folded suit as they exited the girl’s bathroom on the first floor of the 900s building after changing post-rally. An uncommon sight that will only become more…

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S1 Episode 5: Latin American Heritage: Overtime
Audio

Diego Moreno | November 5, 2021

From September 15 to October 15, the Hispanic population in the United States honors Hispanic Heritage Month. In an interview, extended from a graphic on the Sept. 30 issue of The Howler, Staff Writer…

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California Wildfires: Changes necessary to stop their spread
Opinions

Eugenie Chang | October 28, 2021

When Northwood students stepped out of class on Sept. 25, the sky was hazy and tinted the surroundings orange—a result of smoke drifting down from the Dixie Fire in Northern California. Reminiscent of…

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S1 Episode 6: Passions of the Pack: The crazy world of keyboards
Audio

Arya Bhattacharjee | October 28, 2021

Welcome to Passions of the Pack, where we talk to students on our campus regarding strange and unorthodox activities, hobbies or sports. Today, staff writer Arya Bhattacharjee talks to Junior…

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S1 Episode 3: Recognizing cultural diversity and finding a path towards acceptance
Audio

Ashley Lee | October 25, 2021

A&E Editor Ashley Lee leads a discussion with senior Zeynep Karatas, junior Salma Iliasu, junior Elena Higuchi, freshman Tashvi Mehta and junior Iacopo Cagnoni who introduced their respective cultures…

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The hidden costs of free lunch
Opinions

Arya Bhattacharjee | October 12, 2021

The introduction of free meals through the California Universal School Meals Program has been accepted as a great idea to combat a multitude of issues, but there’s no such thing as a “free” lunch….

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Asian hate crimes must be eliminated
Opinions

Rhea Gupta | April 14, 2021

Anti-Asian hate crimes have recently spiked across our country, taking the lives of many including Daoyou Feng, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, Chung Park, Xiaojie Tan and Yong Ae Yue, who were killed in…

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The latest Pixar film fails to reach everyone’s “Soul”
Arts & Entertainment

Ashley Lee | January 26, 2021

Pixar’s “Soul” is a bold animation that is not afraid of throwing existential questions to its audience. It offers a soul’s unique perspective of all the problems and questions humanity continuously…

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Student-led organizations rise to the occasion
Features

Lana Hwang | October 8, 2020

As educational inequalities widen and vulnerable communities stagger behind during the COVID-19 pandemic, students have demonstrated solidarity and hope as they volunteer to support their community, donate…

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