Best of SNO

Teacher gets COVID-19 vaccine

By Logan Schiciano and Hanna Schiciano February 22, 2021

This story was originally published on Tower on February 11, 2021.

Teachers In Love

In honor of February, teachers share the stories of how they met their spouses. 
By Abigail Smith, Tanner O'Brien, and Jada Jensen February 19, 2021

This story was originally published on AHSneedle on February 16, 2021.

Lynn Forbes Sculpture Adapts to Covid-19

By Kayley Teagle, Sage Creek High School February 16, 2021

Package by: Kayley Teagle Starting in March, Covid-19 started shutting down many beloved local businesses, some even closed indefinitely. Lynn Forbes School of Sculpture has worked hard to stay open,...

Apple v. Epic

By Leo Ambrogelly, Sage Creek High School February 16, 2021

Package by: Leo Ambrogelly In August of 2020, Epic rolled out an unauthorized patch to the mobile version of its wildly popular game Fortnite on the iOS App Store. This patch would become the subject...

Vaccine roll-out leaves some teachers feeling less than essential

By Kishan Ramchandani, James Green, and Pranav Ponnusamy February 15, 2021

Despite all teacher being labeled as essential workers last summer, only those over the age of 65 currently are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. This story was originally published on The...

Lemos Farm’s goat yoga relaxes community

By Ruya Yaman, Carlmont High School February 15, 2021

Baa-maste! Goat yoga has been a staple at locally-beloved Lemos Farm for the past three and a half years. During the lockdown, it's gained even more popularity as a bonding event for families, friends,...

COVID-19 dampens Chinese New Year festivities but spirits remain high

By Sabrina Lo, Carlmont High School February 15, 2021

Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, marks the start of the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, filled with age-old customs, traditions, and celebrations. In times of normalcy, the event revolves...

Wrestling Against COVID

By Sean Nguyen, John Kim, Jun Hee Lee, Grace Liu, and Sahithi Atluri February 15, 2021

With winter sports resuming, students have been able to take a breath of fresh air, away from the repetitive scenery of their homes. This year, the TJ Wrestling team returned with seven athletes, each...

Thinking about thrifting

By Izzy Rejino and Natalie Cullen February 9, 2021

With the help of social media, thrifting has gained a lot of popularity. Students who thrift share their thoughts and experiences. This story was originally published on The Dispatch on February 5,...

VIDEO: Life through the lens

By John Falco, Chaney Kelly, and Justin Lewis February 9, 2021

Ashlyn Casalegno, eighth grader at the middle school, has spent over a decade pursuing her acting dream. This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on February 8, 2021.

TJ Artists: The heART of the Community

By Sean Nguyen, Emily Chen, Ananya Chilakamarri, Garv Jain, and Sean Kim February 9, 2021

Many students have found art as an outlet for their creativity, but oftentimes don’t have a platform to share it. A group of TJ students realized this and formed TJ Artists, a new community on...

Remembering the life of Panton Adams

By Logan Schiciano, The Masters School February 8, 2021

This story was originally published on Tower on February 5, 2021.

Students Employ Creativity in Maples’ Printmaking Class

By Rhea Patel, Francis Howell North High School February 8, 2021

This story was originally published on FHNtoday.com on February 4, 2021.

TestNebraska administers free COVID 19 tests for students and faculty

By Edison Geiler and Kaden Roth February 8, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on February 4, 2021.

No pain, No GAINES

Senior steps in and starts choreographing part time at dance studio
By Anna Blumenthal and Dana Summers February 8, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on February 5, 2021.

Imposter Syndrome: Stories From TJ Alumni

By Sean Nguyen, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology February 4, 2021

Imposter syndrome—a general feeling of inadequacy that persists— affects anyone regardless of success. Alumni, now in their 20s and 30s, share their experiences with Imposter Syndrome before,...

Castro Street: A colorful safe haven

By Kiana George, Carlmont High School February 4, 2021

Originally an area filled with dairy farms and dirt roads, the Castro has become one of San Francisco’s most unique and vibrant neighborhoods lined with stylish shops and restaurants. With a rich history...

Junior brings books to South Omaha

Little library, built as a Scout project, will enhance reading in the community
By Edison Geiler and Anna Blumenthal February 4, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on February 3, 2021.

Donations fur the dogs

Senior gives back to help animals in need
By Jasmine Hermosillo-Padilla and Jenna Reynolds February 2, 2021

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

An Instagram DM Interview With will.i.am

By Matthew Willar, Westborough High School - MA February 2, 2021

Junior Matt Willar reached out to one of his icons, will.i.am, from the Black Eyed Peas. He wanted to know more about will.i.am.'s non-profit i.am.angel Foundation. Willar direct messaged (DM) will.i.am...

Painting with passion: senior Audrey Goode curates a portfolio

By Lane Phifer and Ava Carper February 1, 2021

After the second bell rings, senior Audrey Goode walks to her Independent Study art class, gathers her materials, sits down and begins painting segments of her latest art project. On Jan. 7, Goode decided...

Oak Park High School students and parents share their responses to the 2021 storming of the United States Capitol.

Mini Documentary: The State of the Nation (ft. OPHS students and parents)

Students discuss the storming of the Capitol
By Hayden Brown, Sophia Lippel, Daisy Calderon, and Emily Francis February 1, 2021

The State of the Nation: Edited by Hayden Brown Written and Interviews by Hayden Brown, Daisy Calderon Arredondo, Emily Francis and Sophia Lippel Interviews with Beshane Bans, Stephanie Calderon,...

Instagram clothing businesses thrive despite COVID-19

By Azzy Brown, Pleasant Valley High School - IA January 28, 2021

This story was originally published on Spartan Shield on January 15, 2021.

Living with Loss: Ways grief can be less overwhelming

By Sabrina Lo, Carlmont High School January 27, 2021

Although it is undoubtedly challenging, enduring a profound loss is something that everyone goes through at some point in time. Grieving entails a roller coaster of feelings, but thankfully there’s a...

Kira Legg’s Sustained Investigation in AP Studio

By Cailyn Hodges, Francis Howell North High School January 27, 2021

This story was originally published on FHNtoday.com on January 26, 2021.

How university professors are dealing with classroom restrictions

By Muneebah Umar and Elisabeth Seage January 26, 2021

Educators across the world have had to adjust to teaching in a pandemic for the past few months. For many university professors, this meant compressing the content of their courses to fit within a shorter...

The silent struggle: Teens battle depression amid pandemic

By Corea Conner, Pleasant Valley High School - IA January 21, 2021

This story was originally published on Spartan Shield on January 14, 2021.

What do students want to see from Biden?

By Natalie Cullen and Natalie Cullen January 21, 2021

Today marks the date of President Joe Biden's first day in office. Students reflect on what they want to see from Biden and what his first priority in office should be. This story was originally published...

Side Hustle: How quarantine helped Rob Archibald find his new hobby

By Megan Ta, Mary Grace Liew Nguyen, and Emma Taylor January 20, 2021

This story was originally published on The Bullseye on January 20, 2021.

MHSNews | New Donut Shop Opens In Chesterfield

By Jack Huster, Marquette High School January 19, 2021

St. Louis natives Dr. Julie and Dr. Daniel Ring opened up a new donut shop in Chesterfield in November. This story was originally published on Marquette Messenger on January 16, 2021.

Dynamic Duo

Senior swimmers commit to swimming together in college
By Miguel Paredes Reyes and Tenley Wright January 19, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on January 14, 2021.

Ringing in the New Year

Students talk about their New Year Resolutions
By Emma Baker and Madelyn Christiansen January 19, 2021

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on January 14, 2021.

Burning through the canvas

Senior creates wood artwork with various mediums
By Jordan Bakar, Millard West High School January 14, 2021

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

Colette Crutcher pieces together city art

By Kiana George , Carlmont High School January 14, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are seeking outdoor activities more than ever. Public art is an enjoyable yet safe activity for people of all ages and Colette Crutcher is the artist behind some of...

COVID-19 impact on small businesses around the Quad Cities

By Jonathan Sulgrove and Jonathan Glaum January 12, 2021

This story was originally published on Spartan Shield on January 11, 2021.

The Political Aesthetic of Instagram

By Kaitlyn Huang, Los Altos High School January 7, 2021

Filmed and edited by Kaitlyn Huang. Produced by Shayla Gossain and Sofia Rodriguez Baqeuro. This story was originally published on LAHS - New Media Lit on January 7, 2021.

MHSNews | Seniors Write Thank You Notes to Rockwood Teachers

By Ben Hughes, Marquette High School December 21, 2020

Seniors in Emily Stockwell's Multicultural Literature class decorated and wrote thank you cards to current and past Rockwood teachers. What they didn't know is that they had to read out their card to the...

Day labor provides source of income

“We migrated to this country for the way of work”

Workers seek day labor jobs on Main Street as way of added income.
By Alicia Hernandez, Liberty High School - TX December 21, 2020

It is easy to notice the diversity of ethnicities on campus, which is no different from Texas as a whole.  But due to its proximity to the U.S. border with Mexico, Texas receives immigrants from different...

VIDEO: Code to Success

By Chaney Kelly, John Falco, Aiden Beaumariage, and Lee Kinnebrew December 15, 2020

A senior shares his passion for programming and creating his own video games. This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on December 15, 2020.

COVID-19: Beyond the states

By Phoebe Gulsen and Ruya Yaman December 15, 2020

COVID-19 has affected every country across the globe differently. In countries like Brazil, China, and England, people are still trying to slow the spread of the virus, and daily life has changed for everyone. This...

Covid Doesn’t Stop Horseback Rider Wyatt Marshall

By Kayley Teagle, Sage Creek High School December 15, 2020

Many athletes had to put their sport on hold during quarantine, but not junior Wyatt Marshall. Wyatt rides horses and through COVID only looked on the positive side like being able to spend more time with...

VIDEO: Mastering Mechanics

By Jake Piccirillo, Connor Dunn, and George Burrus December 14, 2020

A senior pursues his passion of becoming a mechanic alongside his dad. This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on December 10, 2020.

California to End the Sale of Gas-Powered Cars

By Ernest Leong, Los Altos High School December 14, 2020

This story was originally published on LAHS - New Media Lit on November 3, 2020.

Building a foundation

STS students learn through a hands-on approach as they construct a house
By Annabelle Harshbarger and Kaden Roth December 10, 2020

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on December 9, 2020.

Quaran-TWINNED

Exploring how remote learning affects twins
By Michelle Chen and Mira Wagner December 7, 2020

This story was originally published on El Estoque on November 30, 2020.

MHSNews | A History Teacher’s Dream: Living in a 119-Year-Old House

By Cassie Sun, Marquette High School December 3, 2020

Social studies teacher Scott Szevery has been living in a 119-year-old house, featured in three world fairs before being transported to its current location in Webster Groves. This story was originally...

Justice and Diversity League help students learn the past

Students create display to celebrate Native American Heritage Month
By Madison Brandis and Madelyn Christiansen December 1, 2020

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on November 20, 2020.

Voting for the first time with humanity in her heart

After a citizenship quest that spanned more than a decade, Altamirano-Cancino casts her first ballot in 2020 election
By Alice Scott, McCallum High School November 30, 2020

Telvi Altamirano-Cancino, or ‘Sra. A’  as her McCallum students know her, was born in Veracruz, Mexico, and at age 10 immigrated to the United States. The path to citizenship took more than a decade...

Senior commits to walk-on role at Nebraska

By Miguel Paredes Reyes and Madelyn Christiansen November 30, 2020

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on November 20, 2020.

Beyond the Classroom-Maize Education Association

By Video by Olivia and Lauren Allen-Seamless Productions, Maize South High School November 23, 2020

This story was originally published on The Bullseye on November 19, 2020.

Load More Stories