August Book Review: Ready Player One – Get ready to skip this one

Disclaimer: The following review may contain some spoilers revolving around the plot and background. The review is simply my own opinion, you may disagree. This year, I will be reviewing books based around their genres. This month’s genre is adventure. In these reviews I will rate the books on a starring system. 5/5 Stars: This … More August Book Review: Ready Player One – Get ready to skip this one

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‘Let there be light’: McNicholas celebrates 1st football game under the lights

Story by Katie Limberg, Madison McClellan, Michael Schaeper, Vinny Ramundo, and Ellie White On Friday, August 24, history was made at McNick. For the first time, McNicholas’s Penn Station Stadium, “the Penn,” was lit up by stadium lights as well as the excitement in the air.   Friday night’s game showed the culmination of many … More ‘Let there be light’: McNicholas celebrates 1st football game under the lights

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College essentials to decorate dorms, cure homesickness, more

With college coming right around the corner for seniors, some may be nervous about what is in store for them. How will they combat homesickness, how will they stay on top of studying, and how will they make their dorm room feel like their own? English teacher Angie Noble reminisced on her time in college … More College essentials to decorate dorms, cure homesickness, more

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The Student Perspective: Students reflect on goals, accomplishments of school year

The 2017-2018 McNick school year began on Wednesday, August 23, and it will officially come to an end with the last of exams on Thursday, May 24.  From keeping up grades to strengthening relationships, the students at McNick set many goals for themselves at the beginning of the year.  They shared some of the goals … More The Student Perspective: Students reflect on goals, accomplishments of school year

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Seniors search for success outside of college

For the duration of their senior year, students are constantly asked, “So, what are you doing next year?” But, what if they don’t know? Should they go straight from high school to college, or should they allot some time to find themselves? They could take a gap year, or some students may find themselves wondering … More Seniors search for success outside of college

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McNick students decide career paths, popular college majors

Many students struggle with the decision of what their future will entail, specifically which career choice they will make. With college rapidly approaching, seniors scramble to find the most fitting college major for them. According to CNBC, the top five majors chosen by students in 2017 were, in order: Business, health professions, social sciences, psychology, … More McNick students decide career paths, popular college majors

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