Book review: Know My Name offers message of recovery from trauma

When I first picked up Know My Name in McNicholas’ library, I knew little about it other than a basic overview of the plot and that I’d heard positive comments about it.  Once I began reading it, I had a very difficult time putting it down.  I did take a break a few times throughout … More Book review: Know My Name offers message of recovery from trauma

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Seniors commit to continuing track careers in college

On Wednesday February 5, two senior athletes signed their national letters of intent to continue their athletic journeys at the collegiate level. Senior Rachel Jeffries will be competing in track for Youngstown University in Youngstown, Ohio, and senior Jill Vogler will be competing with the track team at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Rachel Jeffries … More Seniors commit to continuing track careers in college

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Bowlers roll into second half of season

McNicholas High School offers opportunities for eight different winter sports team: men’s and women’s basketball, cheerleading, Dance Team, swimming and diving, wrestling, and men’s and women’s bowling. The Men and Women’s Bowling Teams are nearing the end of their season and have a combined record of 13-15. The Men’s Bowling Team started off the season … More Bowlers roll into second half of season

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Perspective from the field: Freshman shares thoughts on high school sports

For every high school, there is an essence of tradition surrounding each athletic event. Whether it be football, basketball, soccer, or any others, athletes’ views differ due to the school, outside activities, and what they want to do when they grow up. However, there is a depth of personality that can be lost when viewing … More Perspective from the field: Freshman shares thoughts on high school sports

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Perspective from the court: Junior shares thoughts of transfer from Moeller to McNick

For every high school, there is an essence of traditions surrounding athletic events. Whether it be football, basketball, soccer, or any others, athletes’ views differ due to the school, their outside activities, and what they “want to do when they grow up.” However, there is a depth of personality that can be lost when viewing … More Perspective from the court: Junior shares thoughts of transfer from Moeller to McNick

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Men’s basketball preps for first game, successful season

As the weather gets colder and fall sports end, winter sports start to come into season. The Men’s Basketball Team is stepping into their next season with their first game on Saturday Nov. 30 against Anderson. They have prepared by “going at it six days a week running offense and defense, watching game footage and … More Men’s basketball preps for first game, successful season

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