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McNicholas journalists experience Reds High School Media Day

By Spencer Schultz and David Waterman During their first 10-game home stand of the 2017 season, the Cincinnati Reds held their first high school media day on Apr. 20. Reds High School Media Day is focused on introducing high school journalists to the behind-the-scenes role of the media within Major League Baseball. Seniors Spencer Schultz … Continue reading

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AP Photography students’ work put on display

aOn April 26, seven McNicholas AP Photography students had the opportunity to display their artwork at the Cincinnati Public Library through the Artists Reaching Classrooms (ARC) program sponsored by the Taft Art Museum. McNicholas was one of only eleven local high schools represented. The ARC program brings professional artists into schools to talk to students … Continue reading

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Sports play of the month: Softball defeats Fenwick

On Friday, April 21, the McNick Rockets defeated the Fenwick Falcons 8-5 on the road at Fenwick. As of April 25, MaxPreps has the Rockets standing 9-2 overall and 6-0 in their conference. The varsity team includes freshman Emma Melcher, sophomores Hope Bridgers, Abby Bryll, Jessica Carnes, Alyssa Herper, Kelly Strotman, and Lillie Zimmerman, and … Continue reading

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Students set to perform annual theater showcases

Starting April 28, the students in Theater I-IV classes will begin their separate showcase performances to end the year. On April 28, Theater III/IV will perform their showcase, Theater II will perform May 2, and on May 16, Theater I will perform their showcase. The showcases are directed by students and theater teacher Teresa De … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week

Theology teacher Teresa Davis' E Bell Comparative World Religions' class celebrates the traditional Indian holiday of Holi on May 15. Students paid $2.50 each to participate, throwing the colors on the practice field in Paradise.