Rockets beyond 2:40: Hailey “Meow” expresses her love for cats

McNick is full of over 600 students, each with a unique story and background. The McNicholas Milestone Staff will be featuring personality profiles on many of these students throughout the year. Students are randomly chosen using the letter generator, and then finding students on Schoology using the chosen letters. For this personality profile, the letters … More Rockets beyond 2:40: Hailey “Meow” expresses her love for cats

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How to see the world within Cincinnati: A guide to at-home exploration

In today’s society, travel has become more and more desirable. With all the famous travel bloggers and celebrities flooding Instagram and news feeds with photos of themselves luxuriously lounging under palms in the Isle of Capri, or strutting the streets of Vancouver, we all are destined to not only “like” these images, but subconsciously wish … More How to see the world within Cincinnati: A guide to at-home exploration

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Running towards victory: Rocket track team hopes to bring home the gold

After a high-ranking, state qualifying, and personal PR making season of last year, the runners of 2016 look to replicate this honorable achievement as a whole, with hopes of even advancing further than before. The team has been practicing since November when the optional conditioning began. With mandatory training beginning earlier this March, the team … More Running towards victory: Rocket track team hopes to bring home the gold

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Penny day/blood drive wrap up: Students complete another successful day of giving

As the end of February comes to a close, so do the results of Penny Day and the Annual Blood Drive. Last week the McNicholas community teamed up for the annual Student Day of Giving to raise money for struggling families through the Catholic Inner-City Schools Education Fund (CISE), Nicaragua (Project Education), and McNicholas High … More Penny day/blood drive wrap up: Students complete another successful day of giving

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