Students commit to continuing athletics at next level

By: Katie Limberg and Vinny Ramundo On April 17, senior athletes Ben Bryll, Hunter Evans, Aiji Gregory, and Grant Murray signed their national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.  Bryll will golf at Thomas More University; Evans, track at Baldwin Wallace University; Gregory, lacrosse at Capital University; Murray, soccer … More Students commit to continuing athletics at next level

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D&D makes a comeback at McNick and in modern culture

A group of teenagers sit gathered around a table. They all have paper and pencils next to them, scores of dice, and are focused on one in their group who details the dungeon they’re about to enter. These modern-day teens are playing Dungeons and Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game published in 1974. Dungeons and Dragons … More D&D makes a comeback at McNick and in modern culture

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Rockets recognized at annual awards banquet

On April 9, the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the Student, Educator, Volunteers, Young Professional, and Business of the Year at their annual awards dinner. McNicholas claimed six of the winners: · Student of the Year: Carly Fehr · Educator of the Year: Theology teacher Mary Beth Sandmann ‘79 · Volunteers of the Year: … More Rockets recognized at annual awards banquet

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McNicholas High School hosts Career Day

On April 5, McNicholas students participated in Career Day, an opportunity to learn more about how to prepare for a future career and to learn about what certain career paths entail. Students were joined by those in the work force, many of whom are McNick alumni. They shared information about choosing college majors, finding a … More McNicholas High School hosts Career Day

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Some Rockets express trust amidst widespread fear of automation

Note: Dominic Daley is a licensed student pilot, but is by no means an expert. As a prospective job applicant, he hopes that automation does not remove pilots from the cockpit. He has been taught the importance of flying by hand, and has not yet been trained on any kind of autopilot system. For many … More Some Rockets express trust amidst widespread fear of automation

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