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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Scarsdale High School
Opinion: Gun Violence Never Left the United States
Opinions

Mason Lau | April 16, 2021

On March 16, 2021, Robert Long shot and murdered eight victims just hours after purchasing a handgun in Georgia. That same day, Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa entered a Colorado gun shop and bought an assault-style…

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Recent Violence Towards Asian Americans Sparks Concern
Opinions

Katherine Shi | April 1, 2021

For months, headlines and hashtags have been telling the same story: violence against Asian Americans has been on the rise. On March 16, suspect Robert Aaron Long opened fire in multiple Atlanta spas,…

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How a Murder Inspired a Lifetime of Passion for Criminal Justice Reform
Features

Daniel Rublin | March 3, 2021

The year: 1964. Three civil rights activists travel to Neshoba County, Mississippi where they are abducted and murdered by the Ku Klux Klan. The 1988 film Mississippi Burning highlights these murders,…

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Q & A: Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara Sheds Light on U.S. Politics Today
Features

Daniel Rublin | January 28, 2021

As Donald Trump’s presidency nears its end, we have seen a contested election, an attack on the United States Capitol, and Trump’s second impeachment, all while COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on…

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Discord in D.C.: Trump Supporters Storm the U.S. Capitol
News

Hyunjin Lee | January 7, 2021

As per standard procedure, Congress met earlier today to certify the electoral count and confirm Joe Biden’s Electoral College win. Under normal circumstances, the proceeding is a formality, but objections…

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How the Scarsdale School District is Handling COVID-19: Pandemic Podcast Ep. 3
Coronavirus

Leah Breakstone | April 7, 2020



In episode 3 of the Pandemic Podcast, we talked to Scarsdale Schools Superintendent Dr. Thomas Hagerman and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Edgar McIntosh and discussed the purpose of the wellness…

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The Youth Passion Project – Fostering the Passions of Younger Learners During the Pandemic
Coronavirus

Sydney Piccoli | April 6, 2020

The Youth Passion Project is a new organization that allows Scarsdale High School students to teach free online courses to younger students. The mission of the organization is to supplement and extend…

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COVID-19 and its Effects on The College Process with Dean Oren Iosepovici
Coronavirus

Leah Breakstone | March 30, 2020

This podcast features an interview conducted by Maroon with SHS Counseling Department Chair Oren Iosepovici regarding coronavirus school closures and their effects on the college admissions process.

A…

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A Conversation Regarding COVID-19 School Closures with SHS Principal Kenneth Bonamo
Coronavirus

Leah Breakstone | March 30, 2020

This podcast features an exclusive interview conducted by Maroon with Scarsdale High School Principal Kenneth Bonamo regarding recent school closures to curb the spread of COVID-19.

A range of topics…

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Breaking: Confirmed Coronavirus Case Leads to School Closure
Coronavirus

Leah Breakstone | March 9, 2020

This just in: all Scarsdale schools will be closed from March 9th through (at least) March 18th. This decision was made following the diagnosis of a Scarsdale Middle School teacher with the COVID-19 virus.

The…

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Spotlight: Talenthood — A Scarsdale Based Business Created By SHS Junior Cooper Cohen
SNO's 18 Under 18

Sam Siegel | March 5, 2020

In January of 2019, Talenthood, a community-based platform, was launched to connect Scarsdale families with children to high school students who excel in sports, technology, academics, music or creative…

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Scarsdale High School Senior Wolf Cukier Discovers Planet and Makes National Headlines
Features

Ariel Weinsaft | January 17, 2020

While interning at NASA this past summer, Scarsdale High School student Wolf Cukier ’20 discovered a planet 6.9 times larger than Earth. Cukier is a part of the Science Research program here at SHS. 

The…

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The Uncertain Future of Scarsdale’s Tackle Football Program
Showcase

Jake Lubin | October 14, 2019

In modern American towns, it’s difficult to go an entire day without hearing talk of tackle football. The beloved American pastime has evolved into an entire culture that is easy to find in Scarsdale….

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