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More late starts needed but impossible

One popular feature of the McNicholas schedule is the monthly pair of block days, the first of which is a late start day for students. While some students may want that later 8:55 a.m. start to happen more often, rather than the normal 7:40 a.m. start, this simply isn’t feasible. Students enjoy the late starts … Continue reading

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Arrival: The first must-see movie for fall

*There are no spoilers contained in this video, and any information shared is available in both trailers and within the first few minutes of the movie. Photo and Video can be found on Paramount Pictures YouTube channel, and their Twitter* Arrival is an incredible movie of this fall. It is sure to leave viewers with questions, … Continue reading

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Top 10 new music releases to jam to this fall

Fall is a popular season to release music for recording artists, as it is after the brutal competition to dominate the summer charts and before Christmas music begins to dominate playlists, but countless releases can fail to chart or receive proper recognition during this time. Because of this, The Milestone has composed a list of … Continue reading

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McNicholas students speak out on dating in high school

By: Spencer Schultz & Keeler Pansing Dating in high school brings its own issues when it comes to keeping up with a relationship, grades, sports, and other activities students do inside and outside of school. According to nhhsbeacon.weebly.com, pros to dating in high school include no longer having the dreaded feeling of being alone, having … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week

Students get into the Christmas spirit while working through the last week of school before mid-year exams and Christmas break. Here, seniors Sophia DiGiovanni and Lisa Sandmann rock a two-person Christmas sweater while senior Molly Smith sports her own festive attire.


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