With the air becoming cooler and the leaves falling from the trees, it is clear that Thanksgiving season is upon us. Friends, family, and food are all staples for this holiday, but this year has been one unlike any we’ve experienced before, which raises an important question: What does Thanksgiving look like in a pandemic? … More Thanksgiving: Show your thanks this year by staying safe
Disclaimer: *This article is an editorial and does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of McNicholas High School administration, faculty, or students.* In an October 28th Milestone survey about women in positions of leadership, respondents named the following women as inspirations, ranging from political leaders to the teachers among us: U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, … More Women in leadership: There’s still work to be done
The term “pro-life” has become so heavily affiliated with opposing abortion that many people, including those who consider themselves pro-life, forget to acknowledge the various social issues that also advocate for the protection and preservation of human life. According to Rev. P. Del Staigers of St. Veronica and St. John Fischer parishes, “The bishops have … More Editorial: Opposing abortion is not enough to truly identify as pro-life
The 2020 presidential election will take place Tuesday, Nov. 3. According to USA Today, it is estimated that 62% of eligible voters will participate in this election. While this is expected to be the highest voter turnout in more than a century, it also means that approximately 91 million of those eligible voters will choose … More Eligible to vote? Then do it.