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

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Podcast: Mahlet Woldemariam ’95 on Vaccine Development
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Edan Zinn | June 3, 2021


In the second episode of the podcast series about COVID-19 vaccines, Acting Editor-in-Chief Edan Zinn interviews clinical researcher and manager Mahlet Woldemariam ‘95 about the science behind…

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Op-Ed: Living with Body Image Issues
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Grace Papas | May 26, 2021

Last year, I wrote an article about how beauty standards impact teenagers in their day-to-day lives. A lot has changed over the course of that year, but the images that follow me from the cover of magazine…

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To Foster Perseverance, Look To The Past
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Natalie Kozhemiakin | May 12, 2021

To Foster Perseverance, Look To The Past
Christa Katsenes’ life struggles are full of lessons for young people today, and she demonstrates the importance of perseverance, courage, and kindness.
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Op-Ed: Anti-Semitism Never Went Away
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Evan Michaeli | May 11, 2021

Two weeks ago, four synagogues in Riverdale, New York, were defaced by a man who hurled rocks at the sacred places of worship. This attack, which resulted in $250 of damage, is one of many that are not…

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Chauvin Verdict Prompts Community Discussion
Derek Chauvin Verdict

Grace Papas | April 27, 2021

After 10 hours or jury deliberation, Derek Chauvin was found guilty last Tuesday of second degree unintentional murder, third degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd,…

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Op-Ed: Stop Asian Hate, Because Hate is a Virus Too
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Helen Chu | April 2, 2021

Stop Asian Hate, Because Hate is a Virus Too
Racial discrimination cannot be tolerated, and the normalization of hate crimes in the era of this pandemic is even more outrageous.
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Community Members Receive COVID-19 Vaccines Early
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Edan Zinn | January 29, 2021

COVID-19 vaccinations may be on the early horizons for the community.

With a roll-out underway for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, many healthcare professionals have already received doses of the vaccine—including…

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Op-Ed: Stop Romanticizing LGBTQ+ Relationships
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Grace Papas | January 14, 2021

As a queer person, I go through my day-to-day life like any typical high school student. 

Often, that includes talking to friends about romantic interests and relationships. As a teenager, I like offering…

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Op-Ed: Breaking The Ballet Body Taboo
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Natalie Kozhemiakin | January 13, 2021

Breaking The Ballet Body Taboo

The notorious ideals of the ballet world are everywhere you go, and there is an unhealthy standard of a skeletal figure that encapsulates its culture.
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Op-Ed: Fight Like an Activist, Not a Consumer
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Edan Zinn | November 18, 2020

Fight Like an Activist, Not a Consumer
Activism does not require buying material goods to show support. The Black Lives Matter movement is not just a phrase on a yard sign. Being anti-racist…

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Op-Ed: Reflecting on My Cultural Identity
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Natalie Kozhemiakin | November 16, 2020

From the time I was very young, I have been heavily immersed in my culture.  

Сырники (tvorog pancakes) on Sunday mornings is the thing I look forward to the most, in particular. 

The luscious,…

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