Best of SNO High School Edition

Communities like North Penn no stranger to opioid epidemic

Communities like North Penn no stranger to opioid epidemic

Mikaela Mosley, North Penn High School

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features

The illicit drug epidemic affects thousands of people across the nation and shows no sign of slowing down. This epidemic shows little compassion for race, gender, age, economic or educational level, nor urban, suburban, or rural location. In just over a decade, more than half a million people have died...

The Mohawks Take Flight Once More

The Mohawks Take Flight Once More

Brian Roberts, Patchogue-Medford High School

May 8, 2017


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As the school year nears the final climb, Robotics Team 329 “The Mohawks” racked up some additional pressure this past weekend as they headed to St. Louis, Missouri for World Championship of the FIRST Robotics Competition. After coming up just short at the Palmetto Regional, the Mohawks went on to...

The Birthday Boy

The Birthday Boy

Amelia Vanyo, Coppell High School

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Charlie Villalobos remembers everyone’s birthday. He can also remember what day of the week May 12 was two years ago and song lyrics after he’s listened to a song once. Charlie’s memory is a special part of who he is. He has Savant Syndrome, a condition where autistic people display incredible,...

Amazing Alumni: Emily Flake ‘95

Amazing Alumni: Emily Flake ‘95

Julia Pardi, Manchester High School

May 8, 2017


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When cartoonist Emily Flake was a student at Manchester High School in the 1990s, she was a self described “artsy-fartsy” kid who loved punk rock and hated school. But her time at MHS helped shape her into the thinker she is today. Speaking to the Harbinger via email, Flake mentioned three...

‘Writing was my salvation’: InsideOUT Writers brings creative writing to juvenile halls, changes lives

‘Writing was my salvation’: InsideOUT Writers brings creative writing to juvenile halls, changes lives

Alexandra Chang, The Archer School for Girls

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features

Imagine being imprisoned and confined to a single room. Imagine living in an oppressive environment filled with violence and brutality. According to the ACLU, 60,000 children experience these circumstances on any given day in the United States in juvenile detention facilities. InsideOUT Writers, a Los Angeles-based non-profi...

At SCDS not everyone with bad handwriting is a student!

At SCDS not everyone with bad handwriting is a student!

Héloïse Schep

May 5, 2017


Filed under Features

Sophomore Chardonnay Needler has frequently been told by her mother that she has bad handwriting and that it would get her in trouble during tests in the future. “I’ve always dismissed that fact because my teachers could read my handwriting and because, in my opinion, it was the teachers’ job...

The Redbone Show

Jacob Presley

May 5, 2017


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He grew up in the 60’s and 70’s and he said there were only three TV channels. “You watched what your parents said you watched. So literally, I grew up listening to the radio all the time. I listened to sports broadcasts at night on the little transistor radio – like The Cardinals, Jack Buck, and...

Gloucester will be under water in 100 years without climate change efforts

Gloucester will be under water in 100 years without climate change efforts

Caroline Enos, Gloucester High School

May 5, 2017


Filed under Features

Think Gloucester High School is leaky enough already? Think again. A new study conducted by a GHS environmental issues class shows that GHS will be under water in 100 years if proper actions are not taken on local and national levels. “The water levels in Gloucester will rise 2 meters over the...