McNick seniors sign for collegiate athletics

By Gracie Rudolph and Abbey Pour On Feb. 8, postponed one day due to snow, McNick seniors Nadia Bentley and Sam Martin participated in a National Letter of Intent signing ceremony, committing each to college athletics beginning the 2018-2019 school year. Bentley signed to play soccer at Anderson University, and Martin signed to Mount Saint … More McNick seniors sign for collegiate athletics

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Hey, are you a McNick student? Because you need better pick-up lines

Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, is a day dedicated to love and relationships. Some people find that pick-up lines are a good way to strike up a conversation which might eventually result in a relationship. Whether someone is in a relationship or is single, he or she has probably witnessed a pickup line gone wrong, so … More Hey, are you a McNick student? Because you need better pick-up lines

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McNick plans graduation change for 2018

McNicholas High School’s administrative team made the decision to move the Class of 2018’s graduation closer to home. Graduation will be held in Penn Station Stadium on McNick’s campus. “The location that we used [last year] was Music Hall, and they are closed for renovation,” principal Patty Beckert said. “In the last 16 years, we’ve … More McNick plans graduation change for 2018

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McNicholas band receives positive ratings from OMEA

By Isabella Daley Every member of the McNicholas band performed at the Ohio Music Education Association’s (OMEA) Solo and Ensemble Ratings on Saturday, Feb. 3.  The event was held at Elder High School. Band director Keith Nance sent band students to the Solo and Ensemble Ratings to perform in eleven different performance groups that ranged … More McNicholas band receives positive ratings from OMEA

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How to celebrate Valentine’s Day without a date

By Isabella Daley Valentine’s Day has increasingly become the holiday for celebrating loving relationships.  Stores, restaurants, and events target married or dating couples with their “couples’ specials” and “date night deals.”  Societal Valentine’s Day trends tend to cater to those who have a significant other, leaving those who are single without many ways to celebrate … More How to celebrate Valentine’s Day without a date

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McNicholas offers extra prayer opportunities

By Maggie Deller McNicholas is a high school deeply rooted in the Catholic faith. All-school masses occur about once a month, theology classes are required every semester, prayer is said over announcements daily, and more. For students who are looking for extra prayer opportunities, McNicholas offers both Friday morning mass and the saying of the … More McNicholas offers extra prayer opportunities

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The Student Perspective: Students share what they love about Catholic Schools Week

By Isabella Daley From Monday, Jan. 29, until Thursday, Feb. 1, the students at McNicholas participated in a wide variety of spirit-filled activities in conjunction with Catholic Schools Week. They dressed in super hero gear, tie dye, jerseys, and college spirit wear throughout the week and participated in lunch time Minute to Win It games. … More The Student Perspective: Students share what they love about Catholic Schools Week

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