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 Green Hope High School
Students dare to care: Building a nonprofit
Features

Noreen Mohamed | November 15, 2022

Although community service is oftentimes encouraged for students to partake in throughout school, the desire to serve can also stem from one’s relationships. In July 2022, Green Hope High School students…

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Spreading Hope and Unity
Features

Megan Khor | October 25, 2022

Created in 1985, Breast Cancer Awareness Month acknowledges the history behind the most prevalent disease among women in the United States. Every October, survivors and individuals living with breast cancer…

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From Darkness to Light: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story
Features

Noreen Mohamed | October 24, 2022

“I didn’t know my last name, and I didn’t know where I came from.”

Born in Uzbekistan in 1942, Barbara Fields, a Holocaust survivor, witnessed the end and aftermath of World War II as an orphan….

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Post-Pandemic Collaboration Creates Eco-Friendly Nest for All
News

Noreen Mohamed | October 4, 2022

Soaring off the swing set and into the Falcon’s Nest, Green Hope Elementary students embrace their new outdoor learning space.

Since 2019, Green Hope Elementary School (GHES), Parent Teacher Association…

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Green Hope Unified Track Runs Into 2022 Special Olympics
Sports

Noreen Mohamed | May 27, 2022

Since 1968, the Special Olympics program has provided opportunities for students with special needs across the U.S. and the Caribbean to get involved in athletic competitions. From surfing to powerlifting,…

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Saving a Life: A Celebration of Two First Responders
News

Noreen Mohamed | April 11, 2022

At a local cheer competition in February, two Cary men became heroes as they stepped in and saved a life.

On February 5th, 2022, Green Hope High School hosted a cheerleading competition for over 90…

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Editorial: Legislating the Education of LGBTQ+ Youth
Opinions

Aarushi Mandal | March 31, 2022

Imagine the pain of a person being bullied for their looks, lisp or accent. Something harmless that cannot be changed, cannot be controlled. Now imagine a law that banned the discussion of this bullying…

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Patrick Dougherty: Nature’s Artist
Arts & Entertainment

Noreen Mohamed | March 24, 2022

While some may be familiar with the Out of the Box piece located in the NC Museum of Art, the artist behind the masterpiece is lesser known: Patrick Dougherty.  

Commonly referred to as the…

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“H*LL F*CKING YEAH”: WCPSS Students React to Verdict of Derek Chauvin’s Trial
Derek Chauvin Verdict

Uma Bhat | April 21, 2021

In the late afternoon of Tuesday, April 20, 2020, Derek Chauvin was convicted of second degree manslaugher and third-degree murder for his role in the death of George Floyd. Minneapolis protesters huddled…

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Green Hope Reacts: Storming of the U.S. Capitol
News

Uma Bhat | January 7, 2021

Hundreds of violent pro-Trump protestors stormed the Capitol building this afternoon, halting Joe Biden’s electoral certification. The protests began after a series of tweets were made by President Donald…

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If WCPSS Cancels School, What Happens as a Result?
Coronavirus

Geoffrey Dean | March 12, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students are hoping for the long term cancellation of WCPSS schools. While that may seem like a great relief on the surface, how much would Wake County canceling…

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Nearby Apex Friendship High School faces school shooting threat by unknown student
News

Uma Bhat | October 18, 2019

Early last year, Green Hope students marched out in solidarity with Marjory Stoneman Douglas, a high school in Parkland, Florida that faced one of the most fatal school shootings of the decade. Now, threats…

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Green Hope’s Statistically Anomalous Victory Over Panther Creek
Sports

Geoffrey Dean | October 11, 2019

The Fight for 55 (noun): an ongoing battle between local high schools and bitter rivals the Green Hope Falcons and the Panther Creek Catamounts that spans across all sports. Each matchup between these…

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Thomas Vo Breaks Cross Country School Record
Sports

Geoffrey Dean | October 3, 2019

As the sun rose on WakeMed Soccer Park, the Green Hope school record for the men’s 5K was a blistering 15:18.50 set by Peyton Barish back in 2017. By the time the sun was setting and people had long…

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What Really Goes On Behind the Scenes of Spirit Week?
Features

Uma Bhat | September 20, 2019

Pac Man munching on post-it notes. A giant Volkswagen. MTV red-carpet walls, and a rocket shooting towards the moon. Remnants of failed streamer decorations hanging out of trash cans, crumpled paper basketballs…

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Madam Secretary: A Bipartisan Dream
Arts & Entertainment

Uma Bhat | October 24, 2018

The fifth season of “Madam Secretary” began airing on CBS October 7th, 2018. Despite a significant drop in ratings during the fourth season of the acclaimed show, Madam Secretary has consistently had…

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Green Hope Helps Those Affected by Hurricane Florence
News

Uma Bhat | October 15, 2018

Over the past few weeks, Green Hope students sheltered safely in the Triangle have cheered in response to canceled school days and a lack of homework through an abundance of snacks and stockpiles of food….

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