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Snider students celebrate Tech Fest victory

Snider tied with Concordia for first place in Northeast Indiana's Tech Fest competition and brought home the 2019 Tech Fest Cup on Friday, November 22nd. Students from all grade levels traveled to McMillen Park Community Center that morning to compete in the STEM events, which included science, mathematics, engineering, programming,

Fall Fashion Fix

Alright fellow fashionistas, the leaves are changing color, the pumpkins are ripe for carving, and the birds are flying south—it’s autumn! The changing weather also means we need to change our wardrobes, though. Pack up the shorts and tanks, break out the sweaters and boots! Here are some tips to help you be your

Kellenberger shares experiences with students

Mr. Kellenberger, a familiar face in upstairs B hall, is known to his students as Herr K, German for “Mr. K.” Although there are many students here that know Mr. Kellenberger, there are some who do not. For those who don’t, listen up: here is everything you ever wanted to know (and more!)  about this mysterious German man.  Mr.

Visiting Author Inspires Young Creatives

It was just another unassuming day at Snider High School: students milled about the hallway, friends giggled as they walked to lunch, teachers sat grading papers. But in the gym commons, the librarian and her library media assistants were setting up for an author visit.   E Lockhart, the New York based

Blown Away

Have you heard about the latest craze? Everyone and their second cousin is vaping! What’s a vape, you ask? Well, vaping is a brand-new alternative to the old, stinky and smelly cigarette! This cigarette is different though! It's electronic! This modern day and age are hooked on electronics so we might as well make

Censorship in Today’s America

As the U.S.-China trade war is in the flux, another conflict is unfolding with China that is changing our morals and threatening our freedom of speech.  On October 4, 2019, Houston Rockets manager Daryl Morey tweeted a comment that would have unforeseen implications.  In his tweet, Morey expressed his support for the Hong Kong protests that are currently fighting against authoritative China for democracy. The comment,

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