McNick to move to virtual lessons on March 18th

On Thursday, March 12, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that starting Mon. March 16, all Ohio public and private schools, K-12, will be closed through Friday, April 3, out of concern of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. With this news, McNick looks to online options to continue learning. In response, McNicholas will use Microsoft … More McNick to move to virtual lessons on March 18th

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Lunches need to return to 48 minutes

Disclaimer: The following is a Milestone staff editorial and it does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the McNicholas administration, faculty, or community as a whole. All interviews were conducted prior to the end of the school day on February 25, 2020. This piece is a culmination of approximately month of interviewing, researching, and collaborating … More Lunches need to return to 48 minutes

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Class of 2019 Top 10 recognized for academic achievement

By Dominic Daley, Katie Limberg, Madison McClellan, Vinny Ramundo, and Ellie White At 7 a.m. on May 1, McNick held the 6th annual Academic Signing ceremony in the library for the top ten in the Class of 2019.  The Valedictorian and Salutatorian of this year’s senior class are Myles Bailey and Madison Boeckman, respectively. Bailey … More Class of 2019 Top 10 recognized for academic achievement

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Students commit to continuing athletics at next level

By: Katie Limberg and Vinny Ramundo On April 17, senior athletes Ben Bryll, Hunter Evans, Aiji Gregory, and Grant Murray signed their national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.  Bryll will golf at Thomas More University; Evans, track at Baldwin Wallace University; Gregory, lacrosse at Capital University; Murray, soccer … More Students commit to continuing athletics at next level

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Sr. Helen Prejean speaks on death penalty, social justice topics

By Madison McClellan and Vinny Ramundo Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking and The Death of Innocents, spoke to the McNicholas community and invited guests on March 20.  Prejean, a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph, McNicholas’s founding order, is an activist working to abolish the death penalty in all 50 states. … More Sr. Helen Prejean speaks on death penalty, social justice topics

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Newman Centers offer unique opportunity for college students

By: Madison McClellan, Vinny Ramundo, and Ellie White Colleges are communities filled with people of many backgrounds, diversities, and religions.  Catholic Newman Centers are present and active on many campuses nationwide.  These are parishes that function primarily as a place for Catholic students to continue their faith journey together in welcoming, vibrant communities centered in … More Newman Centers offer unique opportunity for college students

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Students commit to collegiate athletic programs

By Dominic Daley, Katie Limberg, Madison McClellan, Vinny Ramundo, and Ellie White On Feb. 6, senior athletes Nate Chambers, Bryce Kellerman, Michael Schaeper, Maggie Schoolfield, and Chris Walter signed National Letters of Intent to play their respective sports at the college level starting with the 2019-2020 school year. Three of the five will be attending … More Students commit to collegiate athletic programs

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