Best of SNO High School Edition

Tyrone involved in Google Glass research project through Penn State

Tyrone involved in Google Glass research project through Penn State

Amber Chamberlin, Tyrone Area High School

January 20, 2015


Filed under Features, Health, Showcase, Uncategorized, Video

Update: Google has officially discontinued sales of Google Glass; according to the company, the product is still in development and may be re-released in the future. -- Imagine: on your next trip to the grocery store, you look at a bag of Cheetos. Its nutritional information flashes in front ...

Making his mark: swimmer sets a gold standard

Making his mark: swimmer sets a gold standard

Noah Sanchez, Klein Collins High School

January 16, 2015


Filed under Profiles, School News, Sports, Uncategorized, Video

His arms slice through the water as he makes his way toward the wall. Faster. He knows he can do it. He can break another record. His outstretched fingers make contact with the wall as he glances up at his time — 49.62 seconds. That is how long it took senior Kyle Hendricks to smash the record...

Heads shorn as part of fundraiser for Director of Enrollment

Heads shorn as part of fundraiser for Director of Enrollment

Kathy Deaver, John Carroll School

January 15, 2015


Filed under School News, Uncategorized, Video

In honor of raising $21,500 for the “I’m 4 Eddie” campaign for Director of Enrollment Edward Maynard, social studies teacher Anthony Del Puppo and four male students shaved their heads after the Thanksgiving prayer service on Nov. 25th. “It feels very cool, [as in] temperature cool,” Del Puppo said...

Water hyacinth creates trouble

Water hyacinth creates trouble

Devin Wickstrom, Stagg High School, Stockton CA

January 6, 2015


Filed under Local & World News, Uncategorized, Video

The highly mobile water hyacinth plant causes headaches for the city, state, businesses and boaters. Devin Wickstrom at The Stagg Online explores the causes and effects of the invasive overgrowth.

Paper towns: a new way to build a city

Paper towns: a new way to build a city

Svannah Nguyen, Klein Collins High School

January 5, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Profiles, Uncategorized, Video

He pays attention to every detail. He folds and constructs. He draws and creates. He builds the city of London. Senior Jason Manus is not the usual canvas-and-paint kind of artist, but rather one with a unique ability. He showcases his talent through paper models of cities and buildings. “When...

Chattin’ with Catie: I don’t get paid enough for this

Chattin’ with Catie: I don’t get paid enough for this

Catherine Murphy, Regina Dominican High School

January 5, 2015


Filed under Audio, Uncategorized

Chattin' with Catie is a new podcast out of Regina Dominican High School. Listen as Catie Murphy interviews two fellow students, Hannah McCarthy and Brigid Broderick, about their minimum wage jobs.

California school explores tunnels in community

Devin Wickstrom, A. A. Stagg HS, Stockton, Calif.

October 31, 2014


Filed under Multimedia, Video

The Delta “Twin” Tunnels of Stockton, California, are explored, as well as the effects they’ll have if they are built.

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In Texas Homecoming tradition, mums rule

Sydney Turnbow and Tonea Conley

October 8, 2014


Filed under Multimedia, Video

Students across the South, particularly in Texas, have embraced the tradition of wearing large flowers — usually chrysanthemums — and other elaborate combinations of ribbon, charms and symbols to celebrate their school at Homecoming as well as to express their personality....