On Tues., Nov. 7, the Archbishop McNicholas High School's Theology Department and Service Club hosted about 40 students from the Cleveland Heights University Heights City School District who are a part of the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN). The students were in Cincinnati to visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Holocaust and Humanities Center. McNicholas hosted the sophomore and junior students from Cleveland for dinner and a service project making blankets for local shelters.
“Throughout the evening we spent time getting to know each other, hanging out, and talking about our everyday lives,” McNicholas junior Georgia Cheek said. “This opened my eyes to the idea that even though people are different and come from different places, have different colored skin, or speak a different way, we are all the same and can come together through service projects and simply discussing our lives.”