From political figures, celebrities, social media personalities, and even the Royal Family; the cancelation of human beings seems to have no limits; cancel culture is everywhere. This toxic trend in society has become very common, and it is having a detrimental impact on the world. These public acts of shaming have always been deeply rooted … More Cancel Culture: Its damaging effects and the need for growth
It would be hard to find someone who didn’t like listening to music, but with so many choices, everyone’s musical taste is different. Everyone has a different favorite song, favorite genre, favorite artist, and favorite band. During the week of March 22, I roamed around McNick to pull random Rockets aside to find out, “What … More What was the last song you listened to?
During March, seniors in Angie Noble’s AP Language class watched the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma. The documentary includes the perspectives of tech experts, researchers, and activists to reveal “how social media is reprogramming civilization.” Many people, students included, are unaware how much social media influences their lives, and The Social Dilemma shows the audience … More The Social Dilemma alters perspective on social media
The month of March is National Women’s History Month. In honor of that, McNicholas students and faculty took the time to share with the Milestone the strong women in their life and what they mean to them. Senior Aimee Gauger gives a shout out to her mom. “She is always on the move, working and … More Women’s History Month: Rockets shout out women who inspire them