Curse words- they’re everywhere. In book titles, songs, movies, even “kid appropriate” TV shows. Somehow, these unbecoming words have become too commonplace in our society. English teacher Ashley Markesbery believes that cursing is extremely common in today’s world, and it is used too nonchalantly. “I think that people use these words to stress something, and … More Curse words shouldn’t be so commonplace
When the wind chill is negative five degrees, it is hard to find the motivation to go faster and further while running down the street in three shirts and four pairs of pants. For those who are not fans of the “hamster wheel” feel of a treadmill, here are some tips for keeping those outdoor … More Don’t hibernate – run!
It’s something many students dream about- what would I do if I became principal? McNick students have their own ideas of what they would change about McNick if they found themselves in charge of the school. With McNicholas’ uniform policy, girls are to wear a modest length plaid skirt with a green or white McNick … More If students were in charge: Changes they’d make as principal
The 2016 fall sports season ended with women’s soccer falling to Alter in the regional championship. They had a winning season with a record of 18-4-4. Senior defender Claire Murray thought the team had an overall great season. “This season was great. At our first game against Alter, we saw that we were really good,” … More Fall sports close out the season
On Feb. 3, 2017, the annual Night for Fight presented by CancerFree KIDS and the Lids Foundation takes place at the Cintas Center. It begins at 7 p.m. and goes until 7 a.m. This is a special event just for the research of pediatric cancer. Out of all of the money raised by organizations … More Annual Night for the Fight benefits pediatric cancer
Friday night lights. It’s something that makes the high school experience unique, unless it is McNicholas. We have top of the line athletic complexes, but one thing that we lack is lights on the football field. This poses a problem to the football team, but they make it work by playing their games on Saturday … More Cheer, cheer for McNicholas High…on Saturdays
McNicholas offers 23 OHSAA varsity sports that compete in either Division II or Division III tournaments. McNick is a member of the GCL Coed Division, which is recognized as one of the strongest leagues in Ohio. Even though McNick offers many sports teams that please both the students and the spectators, maybe it is time … More McNicholas students dream of new sports