Journalists participate in annual Reds High School Media Days

On Tuesday, May 14, McNicholas seniors Maddie McClellan and myself, Ellie White, accompanied Journalism adviser and English teacher Angie Noble to the annual Cincinnati Reds High School Media Days, which allows local students journalists one of approximately five available days to focus on pulling back the curtain behind the scenes of the Cincinnati Reds. This … More Journalists participate in annual Reds High School Media Days

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Class of 2019 Top 10 recognized for academic achievement

By Dominic Daley, Katie Limberg, Madison McClellan, Vinny Ramundo, and Ellie White At 7 a.m. on May 1, McNick held the 6th annual Academic Signing ceremony in the library for the top ten in the Class of 2019.  The Valedictorian and Salutatorian of this year’s senior class are Myles Bailey and Madison Boeckman, respectively. Bailey … More Class of 2019 Top 10 recognized for academic achievement

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Soaring Valor: History comes alive through the eyes of WWII heroes

When McNicholas found out that we were being given the chance to participate in the Gary Sinise Foundation’s Soaring Valor trip, administration jumped on the unique opportunity.  Colonel Todd Mayer was instrumental in the Rockets being granted this exclusive privilege.  “It’s a great high school, it really is.  They have great faculty… great opportunities for … More Soaring Valor: History comes alive through the eyes of WWII heroes

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Study using science: A guide to effective exam prep

In life, people can only count on so much. The sun rises, the sun sets, cats land on their feet, and toast lands butter side down. Even more constant than those truths is the looming threat of exams. Like a clock, exams occur at the end of the first and second semesters without fail. Though … More Study using science: A guide to effective exam prep

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April Book Review: A List of Things That Didn’t Kill Me will leave you in stitches

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 Non-Fiction. In these reviews, I will rate the books on a starring system using an appropriate … More April Book Review: A List of Things That Didn’t Kill Me will leave you in stitches

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Bailey, Boeckman named top of Class of 2019

On Monday May 20, the Class of 2019 will be celebrated as they graduate from McNicholas High School. The valedictorian and salutatorian of the class, Myles Bailey and Madison Boeckman, respectively, will address the students, faculty, and guests. Bailey, a St. Joseph Scholar, has been involved in Student Council and Academic Team, where he was … More Bailey, Boeckman named top of Class of 2019

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Students commit to continuing athletics at next level

By: Katie Limberg and Vinny Ramundo On April 17, senior athletes Ben Bryll, Hunter Evans, Aiji Gregory, and Grant Murray signed their national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.  Bryll will golf at Thomas More University; Evans, track at Baldwin Wallace University; Gregory, lacrosse at Capital University; Murray, soccer … More Students commit to continuing athletics at next level

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