Registered nurse discusses changes in hospitals due to COVID 19

Hospital policies have changed with the outbreak of COVID 19, all formed to protect the lives of the patients as well as the staff. One such policy is having staff members and patients wear masks. “We wear masks and face shields for our protection and the patient’s protection. Every patient that walks in the hallway, … More Registered nurse discusses changes in hospitals due to COVID 19

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Defeating breakfast: How to bake French toast in a mug

Even though it is a well-known fact that eating breakfast gives you energy throughout your whole day, a common problem is the lack of time or lack of energy students have to make breakfast. Breakfast is the one meal many have been trying for years to make simpler and quicker. For example, Nature Valley’s breakfast … More Defeating breakfast: How to bake French toast in a mug

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McNick Journal: Seniors reflect in journal entries

As a way to stay connected, the Milestone is becoming more interactive. To do that, we are asking students who are recording this part of history through journaling to share some of their words with our readers. Anyone who is interested in submitting may send their journal entries to staff reporter Paula Zalar via email … More McNick Journal: Seniors reflect in journal entries

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Defending against un-sportsmanlike conduct

Actions speak louder than words. This is true in all aspects of life, especially when playing sports. Sportsmanship is the fair behavior or treatment of others during sporting events. Players aren’t the only ones who must partake in good sportsmanship; fans and coaches should too. “[Poor sportsmanship] makes everyone look bad. It depends on the … More Defending against un-sportsmanlike conduct

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Movie Review: Just Mercy grips viewers from start to finish

Based off his nonfiction account Just Mercy, by Bryan Stevenson, the film version of the same name follows Stevenson as he takes on various death row inmate cases in the early years of his law career. The most prominent of these cases is the case of Walter McMillian, who was wrongly accused of brutally murdering … More Movie Review: Just Mercy grips viewers from start to finish

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Annual Penny Day, Blood Drive end Catholic Schools Week

The last week of January is National Catholic Schools Week – a week devoted to the celebration of Catholic education across the nation. Students at McNicholas celebrated with out of uniform days, ice cream and cupcakes at lunch, lunch games including the opportunity to “pie” a teacher, participation in the videoconference with the archbishop, and … More Annual Penny Day, Blood Drive end Catholic Schools Week

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