McNick library hosts author for online book discussion

On Thursday, April 24, the McNick library welcomed author Deborah Wiles to an online book discussion held through Zoom. During the discussion, Wiles discussed her books, as well as her experiences as a writer, and students were able to ask questions.  Wiles answered questions about her life, her writing, her decisions to include primary sources … More McNick library hosts author for online book discussion

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Stay home, keep others healthy: Social distancing doesn’t exclude personal exceptionalism

On March 12, Ohio governor Mike DeWine and Director of the Ohio Department of Health, Amy Acton ordered all schools to be closed for three weeks after the confirmation of Ohio’s fifth case of COVID-19. This would soon inspire further restrictions for social gatherings such as a temporary ban on visitors in hospitals, jails, nursing … More Stay home, keep others healthy: Social distancing doesn’t exclude personal exceptionalism

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McNick Journal: Seniors reflect in journal entries

As a way to stay connected, the Milestone is becoming more interactive. To do that, we are asking students who are recording this part of history through journaling to share some of their words with our readers. Anyone who is interested in submitting may send their journal entries to staff reporter Paula Zalar via email … More McNick Journal: Seniors reflect in journal entries

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Seniors provide perspective on school closing

On March 30, Governor Mike DeWine declared that due to the continued spreading of the coronavirus, schools will be closed through the month of April. Consequently, McNick will be continuing online schooling. The closure affects all students, but seniors feel as though they are missing out on more than just school. In the month of … More Seniors provide perspective on school closing

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McNick continues online classes for month of April

As of Monday, March 30, Governor DeWine extended the closure of schools until May 1, due to a continued spread of the coronavirus. He plans to reassess the situation after that.  As a result, McNick will be continuing the online classes that began March 18. While the situation has been met with a rather grudging … More McNick continues online classes for month of April

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