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“The Cranes are Flying”: Hope Amidst War

By Henri Oo Although the average Snider High school student presumably hasn’t seen many films from Eastern Europe, it is interesting to understand the significance of Mikhail Kalatozov's 1957 contribution to Georgian and Russian cinema. Kalatozov’s “The Cranes are Flying” is regarded as one of most well-known Soviet films outside of the former Soviet

Exploring highs, lows of fantasy

There are endless different categories of fantasy fiction, and the distinctions between them are often minor enough to rend the separations insignificant, but overall there is one clear rift in the genre as a whole: the difference between high fantasy and “low fantasy,” it's often more concise counterpart. So-called low

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On Saturday, February 8th, 38 vocal and piano acts represented Snider at the ISSMA Solo and Ensemble Contest at DeKalb High School.    Silver Winners:  Emma Bedwell  Aubrey Comparet  Marryn Barney  August Montgomery  Loren Schmid  Gold Winners  Jill Solloway  Jordan Sipe  Samuel Sunday  Avery Comparet  Warren Dance  Akacia Shuttleworth  Regina Parker  Logan Fry  Alaina Rumentzas   Gianna Williams  Adrianna Senteney  Noah Abdool  Sydnie Singh - 2 golds  Camille Haines  Payton Kempton - 2 golds  Elizabeth Valdez  Ayesha Saeed  Kevin Ricketts  Morgan Keller  Jalen Thompson  Hope Imbody  Olivia

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Over sixty instrumental music students from Snider participated in the ISSMA District Solo & Ensemble Contest Saturday at Carroll High School.  Connor Clay, Nico Perez, and the Ulsh string quartet received Bronze Awards.  Arianna Barnhart, Nathan Elliott, Brandon Bowers, the Seibert flute trio, the Overby mallet sextet, the Overby string quartet, the

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Over sixty instrumental music students from Snider participated in the ISSMA District Solo & Ensemble Contest Saturday at Carroll High School. Connor Clay, Nico Perez, and the Ulsh string quartet received Bronze Awards. Arianna Barnhart, Nathan Elliott, Brandon Bowers, the Seibert flute trio, the Overby mallet sextet, the Overby string quartet, the McLaughlin string quartet, and the Manshack

Violins of hope visit Snider

On Friday, November 15, Snider students watched a performance by the Violins of Hope in the auditorium during first and second period. Organized by lead partners, the Jewish Federation of Fort Wayne and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, a steering committee of local professionals has been formed to work with area partners

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