McNicholas shows support of DACA regardless of political ideology

By Isabella Daley On Sept. 5, 2017, the Trump Administration announced its plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in March 2018.  Unless the Dream Act of 2017 or similar legislation is passed, thousands of undocumented immigrants in the US will lose the protection from deportation that DACA currently provides them. … More McNicholas shows support of DACA regardless of political ideology

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Toilets overflow with positivity; Gaskins decorates girls’ bathroom with positive messages

By Isabella Daley It seems a bathroom would be one of the last places that someone would want to decorate in a school, but McNicholas architecture and ceramics teacher Mel Gaskins has adorned the sophomore hall girls’ bathroom with kind messages and decorations. Gaskins stuck Post-it notes and vinyl stickers with quotes or positive sayings … More Toilets overflow with positivity; Gaskins decorates girls’ bathroom with positive messages

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Students from Cincinnati, Cleveland embrace differences

By Isabella Daley The Archbishop McNicholas High School Rockets welcomed the Cleveland Heights High School Tigers on Tuesday, Nov. 7, for an evening of making connections, playing games, doing service, eating food, and embracing differences. The visiting Cleveland students were all part of the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) group from the Cleveland Heights-University Heights … More Students from Cincinnati, Cleveland embrace differences

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Freshmen elect Student Council representatives

By Isabella Daley The McNicholas High School Class of 2021 elected their eleven new Student Council representatives on Thursday, Oct. 26, and the elected freshmen assumed their roles as leaders in the school. The eleven freshman representatives for Student Council are Ayden Bailey, Nicholas Clark, Claire Crawford, Madeline Daley, Lainey Doggett, Aimee Gauger, Nic Gilg, … More Freshmen elect Student Council representatives

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McNicholas hosts Pink Game, donates to Pink Ribbon Girls

By Isabella Daley The Archbishop McNicholas High School Spirit Club chose the “Pink Out” theme for the varsity football game against Badin High School on Saturday, Oct. 28. The game was meant to raise awareness for and honor those who have fought against breast cancer and reproductive cancers.  McNicholas donated 100% of the proceeds from … More McNicholas hosts Pink Game, donates to Pink Ribbon Girls

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Family celebrates Random Acts of Kindness Day in memory of McNicholas graduate

The Giesting family has planned a Random Acts of Kindness day for Oct. 22, 2017, in memory of Archbishop McNicholas High School graduate and army veteran Brad Giesting.  Giesting died from cancer on Oct. 22, 2016.  His family created RAK day as a way to remember him by repaying and expanding upon the kindness others … More Family celebrates Random Acts of Kindness Day in memory of McNicholas graduate

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