Four Chronicle members receive international recognition

Each spring, Youth Journalism International “spotlights the best work by teen reporters, artists and photographers through our Excellence in Journalism contest”, choosing between entries from young journalists all throughout the world. The Chronicle had four staff members receive awards from Youth Journalism International. For their story “The Power of Choice”, staff writers Abbey Marshall and Ariel Jones earned: Abbey Marshall: Finalist – Courage […]

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Freshman introduces cricket club to MHS

Haley Dardis | MBC News Reporter Click to learn more about playing and understanding the game of cricket  Cricket is not like American football; however, families all across the United States share the Monday night tradition of huddling around their TVs in order to cheer on their favorite teams — similar traditions to the game of cricket. At picnics that took place during […]

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Freshmen week unites underclassmen

Isabel Marotta | MBC News Reporter Be your best self. During OGT week, freshmen at Mason High School participate in activities encouraging students to be their best selves. Through games, speakers, homerooms, and assemblies, this week was an opportunity for freshmen to grow and discover who they are. Jeff Schlaeger, Sib Advisor, set up many activities for each morning of […]

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A capella group NoteOrious has the spotlight at MHS

Isabel Marotta | MBC News Reporter NoteOrious, Mason High School’s selective a capella group, has been showcasing their talents at different school events such as Elegant Holiday this past weekend and other popular gatherings throughout the year. See below to learn more about the group and watch them perform. Click to watch interviews with NoteOrious members.Click to watch footage from NoteOrious […]

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Schrock determined to honor Vietnam Veterans

Cullen Ecoffey | MBC News Reporter After almost all wars, soldiers are welcomed home with open arms being thanked for their service; the only exception has been Vietnam. Arguably the most controversial war in American history, the Vietnam War was largely unpopular and as a result, soldiers were brutally treated. Now, almost 40 years since the end of the Vietnam […]

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The Catholic school experience in Cincinnati

Sam DeGroft | MBC News Reporter At Mason High School, we are very aware of the Catholic schools in the Greater Cincinnati community. The Comets play Ursuline in volleyball and run against St. Xavier in cross country meets. Moeller looms as a presence in football, wrestling, and baseball. Mt. Notre Dame has always been a factor when it comes to girls basketball; however, its […]

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