Weekend homework leads to student burnout

School is hard. New lessons, material, and concepts bombard students every day, and new assignments and new projects fill a student’s to-do list until the last day of school. Even with that, most students have homework over the summer with the infamous summer reading. There gets to be a point where homework is too much. … More Weekend homework leads to student burnout

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“Unsung Hero: Sam Roflow has a heart of gold”

This is the second installment of the Unsung Heroes series that began during the 2018-2019 school year. If you know a student,  faculty/staff member, or alumnus who deserves recognition for deeds that positively impact those around them, please let us know by using this survey to nominate. We will use your responses to aid us … More “Unsung Hero: Sam Roflow has a heart of gold”

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A satirist’s unofficial official guide for surviving Thanksgiving dinner

The leaves are getting darker and the scent of cinnamon apple is filling the brisk breeze, and it can only mean one thing: Thanksgiving season is upon us. Make surviving the holidays easy with this handy survival guide made just for you. Make sure to voice your political opinions right off the bat, even before … More A satirist’s unofficial official guide for surviving Thanksgiving dinner

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Get to know the ‘Humans of McNick’ Vol. 2: Tara Rammel

In 2010, Brandon Stanton began Humans of New York as a photography project. Somewhere along the way, he started not only asking for pictures of his subjects but their stories too. This feature series is entirely inspired by Humans of New York. To determine who will be interviewed for this feature, all 500+ students at … More Get to know the ‘Humans of McNick’ Vol. 2: Tara Rammel

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Taylor represents McNicholas at State Cross Country Meet

For the first time since 2009, McNicholas Cross Country sent an individual qualifier to the State Championship Cross Country Meet at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio on Nov. 2. Junior Charlie Taylor represented McNicholas at the OHSAA State Meet after qualifying at the district and regional levels. Taylor ran 16:59.1 at the Troy Regional … More Taylor represents McNicholas at State Cross Country Meet

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Grade scale clash: 10 pt. scale encourages student achievement

No one school is alike. Different athletic programs, different class options, and in some cases different grading scales are factors that make schools unique from one another. Surrounding Cincinnati schools such as Turpin, Anderson, Mount Notre Dame, Ursuline, Moeller and St. Xavier all grade students based on a ten-point scale, typically where a 90-92 is … More Grade scale clash: 10 pt. scale encourages student achievement

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Get to know the ‘Humans of McNick’ Vol.1: Patrick McHugh

In 2010, Brandon Stanton began Humans of New York as a photography project. Somewhere along the way, he started not only asking for pictures of his subjects but their stories too. This feature series is entirely inspired by Humans of New York. To determine who will be interviewed for this feature, all 500+ students at … More Get to know the ‘Humans of McNick’ Vol.1: Patrick McHugh

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