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How America voted; historic election results

By: Wade Brokamp and Vinny Ramundo On Election Day Nov. 8, businessman and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won the presidency, defeating former Secretary of State and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton with 290 electoral votes to Clinton’s 232. Swing States Trump could not have won without the help of the crucial swing states of Florida, … Continue reading

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McNicholas honors veterans on Veterans Day

By Mackenzie Wagner and Nicholas Wynn In honor of Veterans Day, Nov. 11, McNicholas High School invited veterans to the annual Veterans Day Breakfast and Lieutenant Colonel Brad Wenstrup, an Iraq War veteran, to speak to the student body. Wenstrup joined the Army Reserve in 1998, and served as a combat surgeon in Iraq in … Continue reading

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McNick Theater’s spring show changes

This spring the McNicholas student body may be expecting to see Jesus Christ Superstar, a rock ballad musical about the passion of Jesus Christ, but will be surprised to find out that instead, McNick theater has decided to perform Urinetown in March. This decision was made primarily by Theater Director, Teresa De Zarn. “We were … Continue reading

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Annual Night for the Fight benefits pediatric cancer

On Feb. 3, 2017, the annual Night for   Fight presented by CancerFree KIDS and the Lids Foundation takes place at the Cintas Center. It begins at 7 p.m. and goes until 7 a.m. This is a special event just for the research of pediatric cancer. Out of all of the money raised by organizations … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Center Easts visits McNicholas from Jan. 17 - 20. The Center presents to all freshman theology classes about the consequences of abortion and reproductive health.

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