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

Ian Hill: Unafraid (Video)

By Negin Fahim from Herd TV, Carlisle Area High School January 25, 2022

This video was originally broadcast on Herd TV on January 19, 2022. [TRANSCRIPT] Being in high school is hard. The stress of fitting in, peer pressure, self-image—they can make us all wear masks,...

MHSNews | ROTC Students Selected to Earn Pilot’s License

By Cassie Sun, Marquette High School January 24, 2022

Two Air Force Junior ROTC students were chosen respectively as a select and an alternate for an opportunity to earn their pilot’s license. This story was originally published on Marquette Messenger...

Video: 2022 Rebel Alliance prepares for season

January 24, 2022

OHS Magnet interviews members of the OHS Robotics team to discuss this year's robot. Interviews with Dylan Meiners and Aiden Engel from the team. This story was originally published on Magnet on January...

Red, White, & True Ep. 6: Don’t marry management

By Chesney Evert, Carlmont High School January 19, 2022

Welcome back to the sixth episode of Red, White, & True, a podcast that aims to navigate the world of polarized, partisan politics. Join host Chesney Evert and Edith Salvatore, president of the Sequoia...

Tying generations together

By Kaitlin Reynolds and Kaden Roth January 19, 2022

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on December 20, 2021.

Dancers in the Pre-Professional dance class perform the piece SHEEN, choreographed by Mac and Texas Christian University dance alumnus Terrance L. Carson, Jr., during the winter dance concert on Friday at the AISD Performing Arts Center. The McCallum dance  directors brought in professional dancers to teach the choreography to the majors and the result was a beautifully crafted performance. “The show went amazingly well, especially because of the challenges of the current COVID situation,” said McCallum’s dance director Natalie Uehara. “The dancers overcame many obstacles and together with the technical staff of the AISD PAC, put on a beautiful performance.” Caption by Grace Vitale.

This time the ‘Breaking’ news is good news

The McCallum Youth Dance Company broke ground on "Breaking Ground" Friday night with the first of two 7 p.m. winter concert performances at the Austin ISD Performing Arts Center. The second performance...

MHSNews | AFJROTC Hosts Orienteering Event

By Katie Wheeler, Marquette High School January 13, 2022

ROTC hosts an event with University City High and brings in the St. Louis Orienteering Club to teach kids about orienteering. This story was originally published on Marquette...

Sculpting his talents

By Annabelle Harshbarger and Camille O January 13, 2022

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on December 21, 2021.

Custodial bondings

By Brenna Batchelder and Miguel Paredes Reyes January 12, 2022

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on December 21, 2021.

More than a shoebox: The Quad Cities gives back

By Alyse Zuiderveen, Pleasant Valley High School - IA January 10, 2022

This story was originally published on Spartan Shield on January 4, 2022.

Giving Back with Thanksgiving Outreach

By Amanda Rubio and Ana Perez January 5, 2022

There are so many people who don't have enough food, especially with the holidays in full swing, we wanted to give back to the community. From the turkey drive we were able to collect more than we ever...

FHN Media Celebrates the Holiday Season with Light Wars

By Hailey Zhang, Francis Howell North High School January 4, 2022

Francis Howell North's media program starts the holiday season with their annual tradition of Light Wars. Every year right before Thanksgiving, the FHNtoday crew brings in boxes full of lights and decorations....

Senior’s painting receives White House recognition

By Alyssa Murphy, Liberty High School - TX January 4, 2022

For many, it's a dream to have national recognition. Dreams have become reality for senior Seoyoung Kong as she won first place in the United States White House Art Competition.  “I really didn't...

At 2 p.m. on Monday Nov. 15, hundreds of students walked out of their third-period classes in a show of support for students who have been victims of sexual abuse or sexual assault. The group met in the band parking lot and then marched around the perimeter of the school stopping often to hear personal stories of assault and survival. Each story elicited embraces and statements of support from members of the crowd. The walkout was about building community and improving systemic support on campus. “We shared ideas for a better support system at Mac while talking about the realities of the situation, said Aubrey Mitchell, one of the organizers of today’s walkout, “People cried, laughed, yelled, hugged and left feeling supported and empowered.” Caption by Dave Winter.

The year in review in photos

On the last Tuesday of 2021, we are pleased to make our last Tuesday Top 10 photo essay of the year a review of some of our best photos depicting some of the most memorable, significant and poignant moments...

What Students Wish Teachers Knew – VIDEO

By Taliya James, Atlantic High School December 22, 2021

This story was originally published on AHSneedle on December 21, 2021.

Talkupation Ep. 5: Introducing an Entrepreneur

By Carolina Cuadros, Carlmont High School December 22, 2021

The final episode of Talkupation follows the journey of young entrepreneur Evan Ajura. This educational podcast provides information about various occupations for listeners who may be interested in pursuing...

Paralympian Hannah McFadden climbs her way to the top

By Mia Lucas, Linganore High School December 21, 2021

In this podcast, Hannah McFadden will speak about her career, the importance of fun in sports, her future, and the best part about being an athlete. McFadden's life has figuratively (and literally)...

Spider-Man ultra fan

By Andrew Jáuregui, Liberty High School - TX December 21, 2021

With Spider-Man: No Way Home opening in theaters Friday, Spider-Man is on many minds, but for teacher Haley Brown, the web-slinger has been a lifelong hero and inspiration. “I’ve loved Spider-Man...

Over The Popcorn Bowl – Season 1 – Episode 6 – Holiday Special

By Christi Norris, Alyssa Clark, Gabriella Winans, and Amanda Hare December 20, 2021

In their sixth episode of their podcast, "Over the Popcorn Bowl," seniors Christi Norris, Alyssa Clark, Gabriella Winans and Amanda Hare discuss their favorite holiday movies and plenty of others. This...

Scot Scoop Unsolved Ep. 5: San Francisco native Brian Egg found dead in fish tank

By Nyah Simpson and Malina Wong December 20, 2021

Egg was a 65-year-old bartender who worked at a gay bar in San Francisco called The Stud. Neighbors claim that he was nice and caring. Egg often let homeless people into his own home to help them out. In...

Gender Chicken Tender Ep. 3: The plot chickens…addressing myths

By Chels Chang, Carlmont High School December 17, 2021

As more and more genderqueer communities come into the national spotlight, many remain overshadowed by the misconceptions about them. Often, the portrayals of genderqueer communities are limited to...

Red, White, & True Ep. 5: Not your checked pant Republican

By Chesney Evert, Carlmont High School December 16, 2021

Welcome back to Red, White, & True, a podcast that aims to navigate America's polarized, partisan politics. In the second episode of a series on liberalism and conservatism in the United States, host...

With the movie title Red Notice, seniors Alyssa Clark, Amanda Hare, Christi Norris and Gabriella Winans sit around the podcast table. They recorded the fifth episode of their Over the Popcorn Bowl podcast. In this episode, they discussed the new movie Red Notice which starred Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. (Photos by Caleb Audia, digitally constructed image by Amanda Hare)

Over The Popcorn Bowl – Season 1 – Episode 5 – ‘Red Notice’

By Gabriella Winans, Alyssa Clark, Christi Norris, and Amanda Hare December 15, 2021

 Spoiler Warning: This review does contain big spoilers for the movie "Red Notice." In their fifth episode, seniors Gabriella Winans, Alyssa Clark, Christi Norris and Amanda Hare discuss the...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 5: ‘Last Night in Soho’ discussion and review

By Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright December 14, 2021

"Last Night in Soho" is directed by Edgar Wright and stars Anya Taylor Joy, Thomasin Mackenzie, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg, Oliver Phelps, and Michael Ajao. "Last Night in Soho" follows Ellie (Thomasin...

At 2 p.m. on Monday Nov. 15, hundreds of students walked out of their third-period classes in a show of support for students who have been victims of sexual abuse or sexual assault. The group met in the band parking lot and then marched around the perimeter of the school stopping often to hear personal stories of assault and survival. Each story elicited embraces and statements of support from members of the crowd. The walkout was about building community and improving systemic support on campus. “We shared ideas for a better support system at Mac while talking about the realities of the situation, said Aubrey Mitchell, one of the organizers of today’s walkout, “People cried, laughed, yelled, hugged and left feeling supported and empowered.” Caption by Dave Winter.

Standing up and walking out

“You are so loved!” “It’s not your fault!” “We believe you!” Amidst a crowd of hundreds of participating students, shouts like these could be heard in response to victims of sexual...

Spreading holiday cheer

By Nolan Nemitz and Evan Vaslow December 14, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on December 13, 2021.

Dear Dumb Diary Ep. 4: Confessions of a punk feminist

By Anoushka Mekerira, Carlmont High School December 10, 2021

Welcome back to Dear Dumb Diary, a podcast that encourages teen conversations and aims to create a platform for young people to speak about topics they are passionate about. Guest Ava Litvak, a junior,...

At the podcast table, seniors Caleb Audia, Christi Norris and Amanda Hare prepare for their podcast. In episode four of the second season of Historys Forgotten, they talked about Matt Urban, a Colonel Lieutenant in World War II. The episode is in honor of the anniversary of the Bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7.

Podcast: History’s Forgotten: Season 2 – Episode 4 – Matt Urban

By Caleb Audia, Amanda Hare, and Christi Norris December 10, 2021

On the anniversary of the Bombing of Pearl Harbor which brought the U.S. into World War II, seniors Christi Norris, Amanda Hare and Caleb Audia discuss the World War II Colonel Lieutenant Matt Urban...

Featuring the blue filter shown in the Twilight movie, a digitally constructed image shows seniors Alyssa Clark, Christi Norris, Gabriella Winans and Amanda Hare at the podcast table. The students reviewed the Twilight saga for the fifth episode of their Over the Popcorn Bowl podcast. They reviewed Twilight in honor of its Nov. 21 release date 13 years ago. (Photos by Caitlyn Richey, digitally-constructed image by Amanda Hare, icons courtesy of Andrew Horvath and Freepik.)

Podcast: Over the Popcorn Bowl – Episode 4 – ‘Twilight’ Saga

By Gabriella Winans, Christi Norris, Amanda Hare, and Alyssa Clark December 7, 2021

In their fourth episode, seniors Alyssa Clark, Christi Norris, Amanda Hare and Gabby Winans discuss the 2008-2012 teen-drama movie saga "Twilight." The saga features a love story between vampire...

Teacher Stress in 2021 – VIDEO

December 7, 2021

This story was originally published on AHSneedle on December 6, 2021.

Found family: one Redhawk’s international adoption journey

By Kirthi Gummadi, Liberty High School - TX December 3, 2021

Leaving the hospital after birth is the start of a new chapter for most families, but that’s not the case for all students. At just a few days old, more than 7,000 miles away, junior Hannah Beeler...

Purb Take podcast talks baseball with BHS alum from DK Pittsburgh Sports

By Paul Kercher, Carson Chapel, and Ethan Spozarski December 3, 2021

This story was originally published on Purbalite on December 2, 2021.

Empowering through music

By Kaden Roth and Annabelle Harshbarger December 3, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on December 2, 2021.

Beyond the Bubble: Texas book censorship

By Emma Siebold, Smithson Valley High School December 2, 2021

Managing editor Emma Siebold sits down with S.U.R.E. club adviser Jimmy Wilson to talk about recent efforts to censor books in Texas public schools. Here is a link to information and the list of books...

MHSNews | Rockwood Composite Mountain Bike Team Gets Students Active

By Ben Hughes, Marquette High School November 30, 2021

The Rockwood Composite Mountain Bike Team aims to get 6th through 12th graders into mountain biking through the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). This story was originally published...

Inside Their Minds

By Riley Wania, Francis Howell Central High School November 30, 2021

Social media has been a consuming part of the lives of many teenagers all across the world, including the ones at FHC. This video searches for the truth behind how social media can affect our generation...

Senior Sarah Penton’s Ofrendas project focused on the tragic deaths of indigenous women.

Artists make an emotional return at Ofrendas show

By Kyra Aburto and Addam Sapien November 30, 2021

Sophomore Daisy Morales arrived early. She and her mom were scheduled to set up refreshments at the Nov. 3 Ofrendas Gallery show. But when Daisy entered the room, she teared up and nearly cried. She admits...

The school nurse story

November 29, 2021

This story was originally published on Maize News on November 26, 2021.

Why Athletes Play Their Sports

By Maya Culian and Rebecca Hornberger November 24, 2021

This is a video about the benefits and the reality of joining a fall sport at Francis Howell Central and why students should join. We tell you the highs and lows to being in a sport and why it is so beneficial...

Educating about the environment

By Miguel Paredes Reyes and Brooke Sliva November 23, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on November 19, 2021.

“Shop Emle” family business aims to broaden quality clothing

November 23, 2021

This story was originally published on Maize News on November 19, 2021.

The Reel Ramble Ep. 2: ‘Shang-Chi’ review and ‘There Will Be Blood’ discussion

By Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright November 22, 2021

In this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright give their thoughts on the new Marvel film "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings." The movie follows the title character on...

Dennard family reflects on cancer experience

November 22, 2021

This story was originally published on Tiger Times on October 18, 2021.

The Bugle Banter Ep. 1: The Transition to Adulthood

By Ian Peiris, Su Ertekin-Taner, Aisha Hasan, and Sarah Scherkenbach November 22, 2021

What is adulthood? At what time in life does one transition to adulthood? What does it mean to be an adult? Join hosts Su Ertekin-Taner, Aisha Hasan, and Sarah Scherkenbach for a discussion on this pivotal...

A digitally constructed image showcases characters from Marvels Eternals. The image comes with the attached review and podcast discussing the new Marvel movie. The biggest part of the movie to me was the characters, senior Amanda Hare said in the attached review. I found that I loved all of the Eternals. They all were unique and engaging in their own way, and while they were all new to the screen, I was able to fall in love with all of them.
(Photo from Marvel Studios, icon by Freepik, digitally constructed image by Amanda Hare)

Review, Podcast: ‘Eternals’ showcases everlasting characters, charms with unique cast despite poor reviews

By Gabriella Winans, Amanda Hare, Christi Norris, and Alyssa Clark November 18, 2021

 Click the play button above to listen to episode three of the "Over the Popcorn Bowl" podcast by seniors Gabriella Winans, Amanda Hare, Alyssa Clark and Christi Norris as they review the new...

Beyond the Bubble: National Diabetes Month

By Emma Siebold, Smithson Valley High School November 18, 2021

Managing editor Emma Siebold takes national and international issues and localizes them for the school community. In this episode, she talks with a local student who lives with diabetes. This story was...

Donations Save Lives at Annual OneBlood Drive

By Kathleen Lewis, Pilar Vargas, and Ella Rose Delgado November 17, 2021

Warning: images of blood, plasma, needles, etc. On Nov. 11, OneBlood arrived at the Prep gym along with donation stations and upbeat music to host the annual Blood Drive event. After receiving a health...

Montview Podcast, Season 2 Episode 4: CAREER WEEK DAY 1 w/ Ashley Riley

By Emily Thomason, DSST - Montview High School November 17, 2021

Starting off Career Week we have our first interview with Ashley Riley. She is a soccer coach and executive director of a club. She gives us the perspective of any athlete that doesn’t know what they...

Dining hall materials create concern for sustainability

By Hanna Schiciano , The Masters School November 17, 2021

This story was originally published on Tower on November 16, 2021.

American Communities Observe Veterans Day 2021

By Gavin Block, Wentzville Liberty High School November 16, 2021

After over 100 years of celebrating, the nationally recognized Veterans Day has still been going very strong. Originally known as Armistice Day, the federal holiday occurs on Nov. 11 every year in honor...

Load More Stories