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Not the steak: this week on Fresh Powder

The lede “Two kindergartners in Utah told a Latino boy that President Trump would send him back to Mexico, and teenagers in Maine sneered ‘Ban Muslims’ at a classmate wearing a hijab. In Tennessee, a group of middle-schoolers linked arms, imitating the president’s proposed border wall as they refused to let nonwhite students pass. In […]

The SNO Report: Developing a News Digest

The earliest news digests were cave paintings. Newspapers? Humongous news digests. Post Reports, the Washington Post podcast, is an audible news digest for your morning commute. NextDraft, from Dave Pell, is a news digest landing in your email every afternoon. Fresh Powder, from us? The best news digest. The magazine your city sends you four times a year… you’re really going to make us […]

The SNO Report: SNO Distinguished Sites update

Although it’s only mid-February, the deadline to apply for our six SNO Distinguished Sites badges is quickly approaching. So, before your spring calendar becomes consumed with end-of-the-year exams, celebrations, and other obligations, it’s wise to have a plan in place if you’re vying to reach “Distinguished” status. To help you out, we’re answering your FAQs […]

We’re not in Kansas anymore: this week on Fresh Powder

A summary of journalism news and pop culture brought to you by   The lede As of Wednesday, the coronavirus had killed 492 people and infected more than 24,500 more worldwide. (The latest: CNN.) In an effort to better treat the growing number of patients, China ordered a hospital to be built in 10 days in the […]

Impeachment, memes and World War III? A very political last few weeks on Best of SNO

The atmosphere across the United States has been politically charged lately, to say the least. From President Donald Trump launching an attack killing Iranian general Qasem Soleimani on Jan. 3 to the Senate impeachment trial, it seems that conversations about politics have become practically unavoidable. While both of these events took place on a national level, […]

I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts: this week on Fresh Powder

A summary of journalism news and pop culture brought to you by   The lede On Sunday, Jimmy Garoppolo and Patrick Mahomes will quarterback their teams in the Super Bowl. Football people might call them “field generals.” On Monday, there’ll be a different big game played: the Iowa Caucus, which you might say is the Super Bowl for field organizers. […]

The SNO Report: What’s new in Student News Source app?

The Student News Source app is a kind of hub for student journalism, through which users can follow and read the news from their school’s student newspaper — or any student news site they choose. Combined, there are 188 student publications on the Student and College News Source apps, which have been downloaded nearly 10,000 […]