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Changing lives across the globe: the Milestone discovers ways to take action

From a desk in Cincinnati, Uganda seems too far away and the U.S. government appears to be unreachable. The first step to global involvement is awareness and several organizations offer both information and opportunities to help guide individuals to impact people halfway across the world. The World’s Platform for Change, also known as change.org, is … Continue reading

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Women’s locker room could benefit from renovations

Throughout the year, most McNicholas students will enter one of the locker rooms on campus to get ready for practice, a game, or simply to change before gym class. Between the two locker rooms in the main gym, the men’s locker room has 36 half lockers and 45 full size lockers in addition to an … Continue reading

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Clubs should find ways other than email to alert students about meetings

After the bell rings at 2:40 p.m., McNicholas is still alive with activity. Students go to the cafeteria for a snack, the library to study, the lobby to catch up with friends, and classrooms across the campus for club meetings. In order to keep after school organizations active, club members generally send emails to inform … Continue reading

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To Keep or Not to Keep: Students should explore pros and cons of social networking

Blogging, tweeting, and updating.  The ways people express themselves through social media sites are innumerable.  While this type of socialization serves as a great window for communicating with the larger world, it can also cause those who participate in this type of socialization to forget about the real world around them.  Therefore the question must … Continue reading

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