Despite Covid, Christmas traditions start to return to ‘normal’

During Christmas 2020, many students were unable to celebrate as they usually would. Instead they had to spend their Christmas wearing a mask or only celebrating with their immediate family. “We pretty much just did the same thing as last year, except we were all masked,” sophomore Amanda Braig said. “We were going to drop … More Despite Covid, Christmas traditions start to return to ‘normal’

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McNick’s basketball season prepares for tip-off

Basketball season is about to start for McNick. The Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team plays Monday, Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at Mariemont, and the Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team plays Friday December 3 against Carroll at 7:30 p.m. Tim Monahan, head coach of the Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team, said they want to build from last year’s … More McNick’s basketball season prepares for tip-off

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Top 10 Thanksgiving activities that are a must for students

The Thanksgiving holiday not only brings together families but the diverse activities that they do together on Thanksgiving. In a recent Milestone survey, students shared their top 10 activities to enjoy during this part of the holiday season. 1. Visit Extended Family With Covid being around for so nearly two years, many students haven’t been … More Top 10 Thanksgiving activities that are a must for students

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Saint Joseph Scholars take field trip to Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub

On November 11 and 18, St. Joseph Scholars students left McNicholas for a field trip the Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub. St. Joseph Scholars moderator and English teacher Julie Dill planned and moderated the event. “I am always looking for opportunities for scholars to go out into the community and have experiences that enhance their … More Saint Joseph Scholars take field trip to Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub

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