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Photo Gallery: ESPYS 2019

Mason High School hosted their annual ESPYs awards on Monday, May 13 to recognize the accomplishments of Mason’s athletes. This student led show was produced […]

2019 ESPY Program

The 2019 ESPY show honoring the outstanding accomplishments of the Mason High School student athletes is tonight.  Click on this link to be directed to the program of activities for the 2019 ESPY’s.

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Teachers advocate new positive-culture program

Jake Sapp | Staff Writer Over the past few years students and teachers alike have agreed that there are some problems at Mason High School. A group of teachers think they might have found a solution.  As the school year draws to a close, preparations are already being made for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year at MHS. One of such […]

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ESPYs 2019: Predictions

Matt Smith | Sports Writer On Monday, May 13 the Mason High School athletic department host the popular ESPY’s event that pays tribute to the incredible performances from Mason student athletes during the 2018-19 school year.  This program, modeled after the popular ESPN show, has become an eventful night celebrating the year’s top athletic moments.  Today, Chronicle sportswriter Matt Smith […]

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Changing your goals is okay

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer Up until last year, I planned to be a STEM major. To be exact, I wanted to study astrophysics. As a child, it was my dream, my greatest pursuit, an aspiration that I simply couldn’t tie down. It amazed me to no end that you could look up, see so much, and be able to […]

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Goodbye, Mason

Jake Sapp | Staff Writer To say that my time at MHS has been a transformational one would be an understatement. Over the course of two short years, I have had the chance to be able to do so many things that I would never have thought possible even just two years ago, especially as a sophomore. I have laughed, […]

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Senioritis has its perks

Ria Parikh | Staff Writer I regret to inform you that I have been inflicted with Senioritis. When I first heard of it in 8th grade, I turned my nose up, smirked, and swore that that would never happen to me. Well, here we are, four years later.  Obviously, Senioritis has its negatives, which was the stuff I heard about […]

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Review: ARIZONABABY

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer After a successful four albums with boy band BROCKHAMPTON, Kevin Abstract has returned to his solo career to release a stellar second album. Following up his debut ‘American Boyfriend’, a concept album exploring issues of race, sexuality, and social standings, ARIZONA BABY goes even further in that direction, abandoning the former’s storytelling in exchange for […]

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Fast food employees choose convenience over nutrition

Della Johnson | Staff Writer Fast food restaurants are not just convenient for the customers. Food industry jobs have been the main career choice of students for many years. For most establishments, hiring starts at age 14, and many of them provide free meals or discounts. According to the Ohio Medical Group, this food tends to cause more harm than […]

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Punjabi Cultural Society prepares dancers for harvest festival

Evelina Gaivoronskaia | Staff Writer The Punjabi Cultural Society (PCS) finds that dance, above all else, exposes children to Punjab culture better than other traditional forms of study. A non-profit organization concentrating on passing the Punjabi culture to younger generations, PCS annually prepares for Vaisakhi, a Punjabi harvest festival, celebrated through traditional food and dances. This year, Vaisakhi falls on […]

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Uber Users Undeterred by Age Restriction

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer Most underclassmen are too young to drive, but some have found a way to bypass Uber’s age restrictions to hitch a ride. When looking for other ways to get around, they can’t always depend on Uber either. Uber is a mobile ridesharing service which allows users to schedule rides with drivers on-demand. Sophomore Rudra Kamat […]

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Robotics team advances to World Championship

Ria Parikh | Staff Writer The current members on the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics team, the Powerstackers, have competed on the world stage for three years in a row. From April 24 to April 27, the team was one of 160–which also included Quantum Leap, another Mason team– to go to the FTC World Championship (Worlds), held in Detroit, […]

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