David Waterman

David Waterman is a First Year Journalism student and staff reporter for the McNicholas Milestone. He is involved in Rocket Report. In his free time, he enjoys listening and editing music, creating videos, reading books, and spending time with friends.
David Waterman has written 14 posts for The McNicholas Milestone

Four Reasons to avoid seeing “The Circle”

This month’s movie focus is on The Circle. There are limited spoilers contained and even though this movie wasn’t very satisfactory, you can decide for yourself. Reason 1: Emma Watson and Tom Hanks have appeared in movies and television shows winning awards for years. The Circle will not win any awards for them. Watson’s acting consists … Continue reading

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Top 5 classic anime everyone should know

All countries trade with other countries, imports and exports spreading products throughout the world. The products are not just physical, however, with cultural elements being passed along from person to person. One such example, is anime from Japan, an art style that incorporates either computer generated or hand drawn art to create a video. Similar … Continue reading

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McNick students compete in national financial competition

The Stock Market Game, a national competition between student teams running 10 weeks, ended on April 14. Social Studies teacher Mr. Frank Lowden has taught this as part of the Economics curriculum for the past eight years, and the students compete with a partner or individually with other teams throughout the region and country. Participation … Continue reading

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McNick returns to Opening Day Parade

After a 5-year hiatus, McNicholas students have rejoined the ranks of schools participating in the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade. On April 3, the Marching Band, the Dance Team, and the Cheerleaders all participated in the 98th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. “We used to do this all the time, but then it started falling … 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.