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The SNO Report: Great examples of Advanced Story Page Templates

Whether you’re trying to earn the Story Page Excellence badge or simply looking for new ways to showcase stories on your site, going beyond the standard story page template is the way. We’re, of course, talking about the Grid, Long-Form and Side-by-Side templates. Here are some cool ways other student newspapers are utilizing them: Grids […]

Impeachment, At Home: a new Best of SNO prompt

On Dec. 18, President Donald Trump became the third president in U.S. history to be formally impeached after the House of Representatives approved articles of impeachment on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. While Trump’s impeachment is officially in the history books, his trial is far from over. According to the Constitution, the impeachment […]

We were on a break: this week on Fresh Powder

A summary of journalism news and pop culture brought to you by   The lede We haven’t published a Fresh Powder in 22 days. We’ve eaten many pies in the interim, sure, traveled long distances and watched many football games, but haven’t consumed a whole bunch of news. Luckily, somebody’s been flagging stories along the way to go back to after the […]

The SNO Report: Introducing the new SNO Dashboard

Over the holiday break, we rolled out a new and improved landing page to replace the SNO Launch Pad. The SNO Dashboard is now where you’re taken after logging into your website. In case you haven’t explored it much yet, we have to say: It’s pretty cool. We built the SNO Dashboard as a hub for advisers, one place, […]

From a pile of stuff: this week on Fresh Powder

The lede I went to the Newseum for the first time last month. The status update alone prompted many messages of jealousy from my journalism pals, which suggests the mythic aura it holds to those in, or who have studied, media who have never been. I enjoyed it and was very happy to have seen […]

Knee deep in the hoopla: this week on Fresh Powder

The lede Well, we had a good run, journalism and the movies. For some time now, Hollywood’s been a hero-making machine for journalists and their likenesses on the big screen (see, most recently, Julia Stiles portraying journalist Jessica Pressler in “Hustlers”: Boring, yes, but a good reporter). But now, a nasty fight is breaking out […]