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What’s in David’s Hair?: Milestone announces ‘eggcelent’ winner, last clues

“What’s in David’s Hair?” is a weekly contest held by the McNicholas Milestone, released on the first day of each school week. Each week, clues will be announced as to what item is “tucked” in the hair of Milestone reporter David Waterman, and students will submit their guess via email to Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Wynn by noon on the last day … Continue reading

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Roving Rocket: Student’s share their favorite McNick memories

“Roving Rocket” is a weekly publication in the McNicholas Milestone. In each edition, the Milestone staff poses a question about a current event to the McNicholas student body and publishes responses of one student from each grade level. This week’s question was: What was your favorite McNick memory this year and why? “Homecoming, because it’s … Continue reading

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Top ten in senior class commit to colleges

By Emma Hughes and Nicholas Wynn On April 28, McNick held the annual Academic Signing in the library at 7 a.m. At the Academic Signing, the top ten students of the senior class commit the colleges the plan to attend the following school year. The Valedictorian and Salutatorian of this year’s senior class are Katie … Continue reading

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What’s in David’s Hair?: Milestone pens down last week’s answer, new clues revealed

“What’s in David’s Hair?” is a weekly contest held by the McNicholas Milestone, released on the first day of each school week. Each week, clues will be announced as to what item is “tucked” in the hair of Milestone reporter David Waterman, and students will submit their guess via email to Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Wynn by noon on the last day … Continue reading

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Theology teacher Teresa Davis' E Bell Comparative World Religions' class celebrates the traditional Indian holiday of Holi on May 15. Students paid $2.50 each to participate, throwing the colors on the practice field in Paradise.