Rocket Roundtable: America reacts to Trump’s first veto

In the nearly 243-year history of the United States of America, its first 44 presidents have issued a grand total of 2,574 vetoes.  On March 15 of his third year occupying the White House, Donald Trump issued veto #1.  The vetoed legislation would have reversed Trump’s national emergency declaration that will allocate funds to continue … More Rocket Roundtable: America reacts to Trump’s first veto

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Mardi Gras Captain and Maid to be honored on Feb. 17

On Feb. 17, McNicholas High School will hold its 67th annual Mardi Gras Pageant and Ball, a tradition started by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Per tradition, this event will honor forty seniors as the court, 8 juniors as the honor guard, and 8 sophomores as the honor guard whom their respective classes elect. The … More Mardi Gras Captain and Maid to be honored on Feb. 17

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Students commit to collegiate athletic programs

By Dominic Daley, Katie Limberg, Madison McClellan, Vinny Ramundo, and Ellie White On Feb. 6, senior athletes Nate Chambers, Bryce Kellerman, Michael Schaeper, Maggie Schoolfield, and Chris Walter signed National Letters of Intent to play their respective sports at the college level starting with the 2019-2020 school year. Three of the five will be attending … More Students commit to collegiate athletic programs

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Junior wins Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art, Essay, and Multimedia contest

On January 14, junior Erin Callahan won the 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art, Essay, and the Multimedia Contest sponsored by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. The competition was a state-wide contest for 6-12 grade students that recognized a piece of work from a student in each grade level. “So [the contest] was all … More Junior wins Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art, Essay, and Multimedia contest

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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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McNicholas updates dress code policy regarding shorts, skirts

The updated dress code took effect with the first day of the second semester requiring all shorts and skirts “to extend at least below the fingers as a student stands with their arms straight down.” This update to the Student Handbook stems from issues occurring earlier in the school year during Homecoming Week regarding the … More McNicholas updates dress code policy regarding shorts, skirts

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McNick celebrates Day of Giving with penny, blood drives

On Feb. 1, McNick will take part in its annual Day of Giving as students participate in the annual Penny Day and Blood Drive. The goal for the day is to collect $5,000 through students bringing pennies and other change to classes for their teachers to count before beginning class. During the past 20 years, … More McNick celebrates Day of Giving with penny, blood drives

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