Food Face-off: Arthur’s serves up slight win over fast food Five Guys

By Faith Miller and Nicholas Wynn A common staple of American culture and cuisine is the fast food industry. With different establishments drawing from different culinary types and styles, fast food can provide quick, easy, and diverse meals. However, can fast food beat a classic restaurant? Between a fast food stop and full-service restaurant, which … More Food Face-off: Arthur’s serves up slight win over fast food Five Guys

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Sending random emails isn’t always the best idea

From bombarding a teacher with questions about grades, setting up plans for after school, or even sending memes to friends, emailing is a part of everyone’s life, but do students really know how to properly use it? Sending an email should be fairly simple, right? Most somehow still don’t understand how to correctly email. “Don’t … More Sending random emails isn’t always the best idea

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Let’s get thrifty!; Ways to be fashionable on the cheap

As Macklemore rapped in “Thrift Shop,” “one man’s trash, that’s another man’s come up.”  Thrift shopping has recently become more popular with the teenage population. With their need to save money along with the trend to wear vintage, worn-in clothing, thrift shopping continues to grow. There are many different hidden gems in thrift stores. Skirts, … More Let’s get thrifty!; Ways to be fashionable on the cheap

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Ten tips and tricks to hack your school day

By Maggie Deller High school can bring about many stressors and challenges, especially as fourth quarter begins. To make the school day a bit easier, The Milestone compiled a collection of ten tips and tricks for students, dubbed school life hacks. Study on a time schedule There is a correlation between the amount of time … More Ten tips and tricks to hack your school day

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Ask Abbey: February edition answers questions on Lent, love, Ranch dressing, and more

In an effort to better interact with and learn what concerns its audience, The McNicholas Milestone launched the “Ask Abbey” column under senior Milestone staffer Abbey Pour for the second semester of the 2017-2018 school year. The column takes questions from Milestone readers, and Pour answers them to the best of her ability. Questions are published anonymously and can be about anything, … More Ask Abbey: February edition answers questions on Lent, love, Ranch dressing, and more

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