Understanding introverts: A guide for extroverts

Introverts are often pegged as being shy or even anti-social due to their quiet, sometimes reserved nature. Because of this, they can feel misunderstood, as they have grown up in an extroverted world. If you have introverted friends, they could be times when they can be difficult to understand, as they are not quick to … More Understanding introverts: A guide for extroverts

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How to survive as the family technology expert

Our parents didn’t grow up with smartphones, tablets, and stream boxes like many current high school students have. Some of them had computer lab classes and a bit of coding practice, but nowhere near the level of experience gathered by students who use a tablet every day in every class, unless of course they have … More How to survive as the family technology expert

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January book review: Dive into the fantastical world of An Ember in the Ashes

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 around their genres. This month’s genre is Fantasy In these reviews, I will rate the books on a starring system using an appropriate … More January book review: Dive into the fantastical world of An Ember in the Ashes

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Students choose the 5 must-see movies from the 1980s

From black-and-white silent pictures accompanied by an orchestra, to modern-day film, where it is next to impossible to distinguish CGI from actual footage, movies have endured through history. Perhaps one of the great eras of cinematography was the 1980s, giving viewers some of the timeless household titles that are beloved by many. Based on a … More Students choose the 5 must-see movies from the 1980s

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Schools convene for videoconference with Archbishop

On Monday, Jan. 28, seven McNicholas seniors took part in the annual Catholic School’s Week videoconference.  Students from more than a dozen Archdiocese of Cincinnati high schools joined together via videoconference with prepared questions for Archbishop Dennis Schnurr.  Susan Gibbons flanked Schnurr in the livestream at Elder High School.  The Archbishop began the conference with … More Schools convene for videoconference with Archbishop

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Pro-Life is pro-science: Students refuse to conform to culture of indifference

The 2019 March for Life’s theme was Unique from Day One: Pro-Life is Pro-Science.  This centered conversation at the 46th installment of the largest annual human rights demonstration on the undeniable scientific evidence that the pro-life case stands on.  In this age where medical technology is making exponential advances right before our eyes, it is … More Pro-Life is pro-science: Students refuse to conform to culture of indifference

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Therapy dogs help relieve student anxiety

The Counseling and College Readiness Department partnered with Canines for Christ of Greater Cincinnati to bring in two therapy dogs to help students de-stress during exam week.  Diana Dawson and Jennifer Mayhall, representatives of the organization, were in the library during both lunches on Dec 18 with therapy dogs Dobby and Mozzie. Canines for Christ … More Therapy dogs help relieve student anxiety

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