Best of SNO High School Edition

Comic Book Geniuses

Comic Book Geniuses

Craig Epstein, Travis Horodyski, James Lugardo, Colonia High

November 23, 2015


Filed under Features, Multimedia, Video

Halloween Lunchtime Parade

Halloween Lunchtime Parade

Elena Mateus, Carlmont High School

November 4, 2015


Filed under Multimedia, Video

Scot Center video beat (for scotscoop.com)

2015 Walk for Others

2015 Walk for Others

Sam Middendorf and Joe Weinder, Elder High School

November 3, 2015


Filed under Multimedia, Video

Promotional video for the 2015 Walk for Others.

Students React To New Cafeteria

Students React To New Cafeteria

Richard Dye, Santaluces Community High School

October 22, 2015


Filed under Multimedia, Video

From Asian Experience to Cafe Sol y Mar, more and more students are using the new and improved cafeteria. For the most part, students are happy with the food choices, big-screen television sets and faster lines. Other than the food court-like setting, the biggest change has been having three lunch periods...

Snapchat: Why is it blocked?

Snapchat: Why is it blocked?

Elena Mateus, Carlmont High School

October 19, 2015


Filed under Multimedia, Video

Ten Thousand Villages moves to new location

Ten Thousand Villages moves to new location

Kendall J., Mackenzie P., Cyn'Torreya S. and Kristin N.

May 26, 2015


Filed under Multimedia, Uncategorized, Video

What does it take to fall in love?

What does it take to fall in love?

Payton Evans

March 26, 2015


Filed under Features, Uncategorized, Video

Can love be reduced to a scientific formula? To a simple set of 36 questions, even? Payton Evans at the Little Hawk explores this idea. A very cool investigative article paired with some great filmmaking, too. Many of us dream about finding “the one” — a true love, a significant other, a soulmate....

Short films serve as creative outlets, exploratory forms

Short films serve as creative outlets, exploratory forms

Eva Perez-Greene

March 20, 2015


Filed under Movies, Uncategorized, Video

Artistic inspiration is everywhere, yet few feel bold enough to take the plunge and create something unique with it when they find it. Junior Karsten Runquist, a self-taught filmmaker, has challenged himself this year to produce one original short film per month. From his more mature horror short Yum to his y...