Macy’s donates to Make-A-Wish through Christmas letters

By Maggie Deller In the spirit of Christmas, Macy’s is hosting a fundraiser through Macy’s Believe program in which people can write a letter to Santa, and Macy’s will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation for every letter to Santa submitted. Letters can be typed and submitted through Macy’s Believe website. Library Assistant Jane Ray’s … More Macy’s donates to Make-A-Wish through Christmas letters

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Art students show their work in college gallery

From Nov. 12 through Dec. 8, Mount St. Joseph University’s San Giuseppe Art Gallery is showcasing the artwork of 124 regional high school students as part of the University’s 18th biennial exhibition and awards gala, Selections 2017 . The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from … More Art students show their work in college gallery

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Senior athletes commit to college athletics

At a Nov. 8 signing ceremony, Rocket seniors Michael Lang and Grace Turner signed National Letters of Intent, committing them to college athletics starting with the 2018-2019 school year. Lang signed to play baseball for Ohio Dominican University, and Turner committed to volleyball at University of Virginia. Michael Lang Lang will be attending Ohio Dominican … More Senior athletes commit to college athletics

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Toilets overflow with positivity; Gaskins decorates girls’ bathroom with positive messages

By Isabella Daley It seems a bathroom would be one of the last places that someone would want to decorate in a school, but McNicholas architecture and ceramics teacher Mel Gaskins has adorned the sophomore hall girls’ bathroom with kind messages and decorations. Gaskins stuck Post-it notes and vinyl stickers with quotes or positive sayings … More Toilets overflow with positivity; Gaskins decorates girls’ bathroom with positive messages

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Students from Cincinnati, Cleveland embrace differences

By Isabella Daley The Archbishop McNicholas High School Rockets welcomed the Cleveland Heights High School Tigers on Tuesday, Nov. 7, for an evening of making connections, playing games, doing service, eating food, and embracing differences. The visiting Cleveland students were all part of the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) group from the Cleveland Heights-University Heights … More Students from Cincinnati, Cleveland embrace differences

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Rockets for Life hosts baby clothing, diaper drive

McNicholas is hosting a baby diaper and clothing drive through Dec. 15. Tracey Canisalez, Spanish teacher and moderator of the Rockets for Life Club, said, “We need diapers of any size and baby clothes [up to size 6x] that are gently used or new.” All donations go to A Caring Place pregnancy help center which … More Rockets for Life hosts baby clothing, diaper drive

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Theater opens season with ‘Radium Girls’

  McNicholas High School’s theater program has prepared their fall play, Radium Girls, set to open Nov. 9.  Radium Girls, based on a true story, is “about the girls who painted clocks and dials with fluorescent paint,” Theater Director Teresa De Zarn said. According to playwright D.W. Gregory’s website, the play takes place in 1926 … More Theater opens season with ‘Radium Girls’

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