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

Prowler holds signing day for returning staff

Prowler holds signing day for returning staff

By Yuri-Grace Ohashi May 15, 2015

Who says signing days are only for athletes? As a prelude to the official Feb. 5 high school signing day for college athletics, The Prowler staff conducted its own signing day to celebrate its editors...

Capturing emotion around the world

Capturing emotion around the world

By Jack Densmore May 13, 2015

Power on, check ISO, check shutter speed, check white balance, focus, shoot, capture the emotion of the battlefield, a soldier, or a wife crying over her husband who is sick with the deadly Ebola virus,...

While earthquake shakes Nepal, pop news dominates

While earthquake shakes Nepal, pop news dominates

By Kendall Tipton May 5, 2015

A magnitude 7.8 earthquake occurred Saturday, April 25 in Nepal, 50 miles northeast of the capital city, Kathmandu. In the days following the quake, more than 5,500 are confirmed dead, more than 10,000...

Truth, trust, and Brian Williams

Truth, trust, and Brian Williams

By Grace Spiewak March 11, 2015

Journalists are bound to a certain set of rules--namely, reporting the facts. That's what makes them journalists and not novelists, and that's why we (more or less) believe what they tell us. But what...

Je ne suis pas Charlie

Je ne suis pas Charlie

By Faith Terry, Starr's Mill High School February 9, 2015
About two weeks ago, The Prowler staff gathered for a photo. We all held up pencils, an image shared on social media by countless others around the world to show support for journalistic freedom of expression in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris.
What can journalism students learn from the Kirby Delauter debacle?

What can journalism students learn from the Kirby Delauter debacle?

By Lancer Media Staff, Linganore High School January 9, 2015

UPDATE: Kirby Delauter issued an apology to the reporter on Wednesday, January 7, 2015. Original story: On January 6, 2015, a news outlet claiming to be the North Korean News Service tweeted about...

Melanie Anzidei, Class of 2009, holds up her front page story, which recently ran in The Record.

2009 alumna lands front page dream job

By Renee Kochinski, Henry P. Becton Regional HS, East Rutherford, N.J. December 10, 2014

Melanie Anzidei, an alumna of the 2009 Becton Regional High School graduating class, is making front page news — literally. Recently, the journalist has had two front page stories published in The Record...

Journalism is not (usually) a bloody sport

Journalism is not (usually) a bloody sport

By Mia Karr, Harrisonburg HS, Harrisonburg, Va. March 12, 2014

“Do you need anything?” the woman says to the young man with the bandage on his forehead. “I think I might need stitches,” he says. You and me both, buddy. I stop eavesdropping on the conversation...

Mary Beth Tinker takes her rights on a tour

By Cara Brashears, Blue Valley Northwest HS, Overland Park, Kan. November 20, 2013

Read the story's parts: The Background: Speaking out at 13 years old The Motivation and impact Taking it to the road Reaching the Midwest Learn more about the Tinker Tour. The Tinker Tour...

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