Loving your neighbor: What it means to be Catholic

One’s faith often serves as a special center point in their life. Of course different religions hold different beliefs and values, yet all of them share a similar set of key values to live by and live for. Theology teachers Mary Beth Sandmann, David Sandmann, and Teresa Davis all believe that the paramount virtue of … More Loving your neighbor: What it means to be Catholic

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News 101: Finding an unbiased news source

The question of where one should get their news seems to have become a controversial one in recent years. With the increase of social media usage and drastic polarization of politics, it can feel like information overload, and it can be an overwhelming task trying to decipher if the information one reads is credible. In … More News 101: Finding an unbiased news source

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McNick says farewell to ‘Mike the Trainer’

Athletic Trainer Mike McCafferty, who is more commonly known as “Mike the Trainer,” wrapped his last ankle at McNick on Friday, Jan. 29. McCafferty has taken a new job with the Scenix Company, a construction and remodeling company in the Cincinnati area. “We specialize in bathroom and kitchen remodeling, but we take one a wide … More McNick says farewell to ‘Mike the Trainer’

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Rocket alumni, parents among first to receive Covid-19 vaccine

As of Dec. 18, 2020 both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines are approved by the Food and Drug Administration for emergency use in the United States. In a Jan. 7 updated article from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Healthcare personnel and residents of long-term care facilities should be offered the first doses … More Rocket alumni, parents among first to receive Covid-19 vaccine

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