The Student Perspective: Students share their struggles with homework

By Isabella Daley No high school student’s day is complete without one, two, or seven hours of homework.  From solving pre-calculus problems or memorizing the Krebs Cycle to reading an act of Macbeth or writing an essay about World War II, students often struggle to keep up with their daily assignments.  McNicholas students named procrastination, … More The Student Perspective: Students share their struggles with homework

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Raffle for the Roflows: Students sell blankets to raise money

By Isabella Daley Several juniors and seniors spent their Friday lunches during Lent creating blankets for a raffle to support theology teacher Sam Roflow and his wife Denise. The blanket making project began when students and teachers were searching for ways to use blankets they began making on the junior girls’ retreat.  They decided to … More Raffle for the Roflows: Students sell blankets to raise money

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Seniors complain about delayed senior privileges

By Isabella Daley When students return from Spring Break on Monday, April 9, members of the senior class will be allowed to wear college shirts and sweatshirts with uniform bottoms until the end of the school year. Wearing college spirit wear is one of the senior privileges the administration granted to the Class of 2018.  … More Seniors complain about delayed senior privileges

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Rockets reveal their hidden talents

By Isabella Daley Students and teachers at McNick are commonly recognized for their dedication to their school work, perseverance in athletics, or commitment to various school activities.  However, many Rockets are as proud of their quirky talents and abilities as they are of the skills they use each day.  Here are some members of the … More Rockets reveal their hidden talents

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