Senior Rocket athletes sign to play university sports

By Erica Gumbert, Rachel Jeffries, Gracie Rudolph, and Nicholas Wynn The final athletic Signing Day of the 2017-2018 school year took place on April 11 in the McNicholas library. In the after school signing ceremony, four senior Rocket athletes signed National Letters of Intent to play their respective sports at the collegiate level next school … More Senior Rocket athletes sign to play university sports

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Food Face-off: Freddy’s fast food serves up win over Steak ‘n Shake

By Faith Miller and Nicholas Wynn A common staple of American culture and cuisine is the fast food industry. With different establishments drawing from different culinary types and styles, fast food can provide quick, easy, and diverse meals. However, can fast food beat a classic restaurant? Between a fast food stop and full-service restaurant, which … More Food Face-off: Freddy’s fast food serves up win over Steak ‘n Shake

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Local author speaks on writing, mental health, and more during library visit

By Abbey Pour and Nicholas Wynn On March 16, local author Kristen Simmons visited McNicholas to speak to students on her experiences with writing, her work in psychology as a mental health therapist, and her new novel, Pacifica. “[Writing] is just something you do…. I wanted to write and loved writing, it felt like something … More Local author speaks on writing, mental health, and more during library visit

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Food Face-off: Arthur’s serves up slight win over fast food Five Guys

By Faith Miller and Nicholas Wynn A common staple of American culture and cuisine is the fast food industry. With different establishments drawing from different culinary types and styles, fast food can provide quick, easy, and diverse meals. However, can fast food beat a classic restaurant? Between a fast food stop and full-service restaurant, which … More Food Face-off: Arthur’s serves up slight win over fast food Five Guys

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Letter to the Editor: American Sycophant: Why Pledging Blind Allegiance is the Wrong Choice for a Democracy

  The McNicholas Milestone welcomes Letters to the Editor. The views expressed in this Letter to the Editor do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Archbishop McNicholas High School administration, faculty, or students. With any submission, The McNicholas Milestone reserves the right to edit as well as refuse publishing any material that could be … More Letter to the Editor: American Sycophant: Why Pledging Blind Allegiance is the Wrong Choice for a Democracy

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Food Face-off: New fast-food pizza narrowly defeats Dewey’s

By Faith Miller and Nicholas Wynn A common staple of American culture and cuisine is the fast food industry. With different establishments drawing from different culinary types and styles, fast food can provide quick, easy, and diverse meals. However, can fast food beat a classic restaurant? Between a fast food stop and full-service restaurant, which … More Food Face-off: New fast-food pizza narrowly defeats Dewey’s

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McNick seniors sign for collegiate athletics

By Gracie Rudolph and Abbey Pour On Feb. 8, postponed one day due to snow, McNick seniors Nadia Bentley and Sam Martin participated in a National Letter of Intent signing ceremony, committing each to college athletics beginning the 2018-2019 school year. Bentley signed to play soccer at Anderson University, and Martin signed to Mount Saint … More McNick seniors sign for collegiate athletics

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