Student Life

Students test political knowledge

As political debates for the 2012 presidential election begin, the nation is starting to prepare for the election season. Twenty-two percent of seniors will be able to vote in this year’s presidential election. However, there is a struggle for teenagers to find interest in politics, and some don’t know much about government.  To test their political and government knowledge, students were asked questions and their answers were recorded.  Watch the video below to see how freshman Adam Ramey, sophomore Will Allgeier, junior Grace Hiltz, and senior Courtney Dunne handled the questions, and see if you can answer the questions correctly.

 

About Hayley Coldiron

Senior Hayley Coldiron is an Advanced Journalism student and the Editor-in-Chief. She enjoys dancing and has been on the McNicholas Dance Team for four years. She is involved in Service Club, International Club, Spirit Club, and is a McNicholas Ambassador. Hayley also likes traveling and spending time with friends and family.

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U.S. Representative and U.S. Army Reserves Colonel Brad Wenstrup presents WWII veteran Frank "Bud" Buschmeier with the French Legion of Honor Medal on Nov. 10 during McNicholas's Veterans Day assembly. Following the assembly, McNick hosted its annual Veterans Day Breakfast to thank veterans and active service-members for their service to the United States.

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