D&D makes a comeback at McNick and in modern culture

A group of teenagers sit gathered around a table. They all have paper and pencils next to them, scores of dice, and are focused on one in their group who details the dungeon they’re about to enter. These modern-day teens are playing Dungeons and Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game published in 1974. Dungeons and Dragons … More D&D makes a comeback at McNick and in modern culture

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Rockets recognized at annual awards banquet

On April 9, the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the Student, Educator, Volunteers, Young Professional, and Business of the Year at their annual awards dinner. McNicholas claimed six of the winners: · Student of the Year: Carly Fehr · Educator of the Year: Theology teacher Mary Beth Sandmann ‘79 · Volunteers of the Year: … More Rockets recognized at annual awards banquet

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March Book Review: No Exit will leave you guessing till the end

Disclaimer: The following review may contain some spoilers revolving around the plot and background. The review is simply my own opinion, you may disagree. This year, I will be reviewing books based on their genres. This month’s genre is Mystery. In these reviews, I will rate the books on a starring system using an appropriate … More March Book Review: No Exit will leave you guessing till the end

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Thespians earn top honors at state conference

On March 29, three dozen McNicholas thespians, along with a handful of chaperones, embarked for the Akron School for the Performing Arts at Firestone CLC in Akron, Ohio, for the annual Ohio Thespian Conference March 29-31. According to the Ohio Thespian website, The Ohio Thespian Conference is an annual trip attended by “more than 1500 … More Thespians earn top honors at state conference

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