No driver’s license needed for students in Young Eagles Club

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer While other students are studying to get their driver’s licenses, members of the Young Eagles Club are taking a more unconventional approach to travel. The club aims to involve students in aviation and get them started in the process to acquire their private pilot’s licenses. Influenced by the Aviation Club’s interest in aeronautics, geometry teacher […]

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Yoga enthusiasts embark on theraputic aerial trend

Anusha Vadlamani | Staff Writer Aerial yoga is flipping the world of relaxation completely upside down.   A style of yoga that had previously been exclusive to only bigger cities, aerial yoga made its way to Mason six years ago when yoga instructor Paula Bortolotto opened her studio, the Anahata Yoga Center. The practice of aerial yoga involves performing traditional yoga […]

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Students with teaching parents face classroom criticism

Sophia Johnson | Staff Writer It’s common for students to have opinions about their teachers, but when the teacher is your parent, it can be hard to escape the negativity. Freshman Rachael Molnar, daughter of World History teacher Tim Molnar, said that having a parent teach in school exposes her to negative dialogue about her family.  When students do not […]

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‘The Awesome 80’s Prom’ pioneers interactive storytelling by inviting audience mebers to vote on play’s outcome

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer  Pick the winners, losers, and everything in between when you attend the Drama Club’s newest production. In The Awesome 80’s Prom, running on Fridays and Saturdays from October 19 to October 27 in the black box theater, the audience is attending the 1989 senior prom, the romance and drama that occurs, and the vote for […]

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Hispanic Heritage Festival 2018

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer On Thursday, September 26, Spanish National Honor Society hosted the Hispanic Heritage Festival to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. It featured A cappella group Noteorious, folk dancers from the group Cincinnati Baila, guest speaker Pilar Joseph, and Zumba. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. Special thanks to Cincinnati Baila for an incredible performance tonight […]

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Strudthoff finding smiles throughout MHS

Anusha Vadlamani | Staff Writer Photographing 360 smiles in 180 days is no easy task, but Bud Strudthoff is welcoming the challenge. Strudthoff, an eleventh grade intervention specialist, is taking the time to highlight student happiness through his project “360 Smiles.” In a project that is new to Mason this year, Strudthoff photographs two students he sees smiling each day […]

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Local group paints mural in support of common ground

Andrea Hefferan | Online Editor With the simple stroke of a brush, three Mason High School students are painting a picture that they hope will help the Mason Community. The MADE (Mason Deerfield) for Authentic Leadership organization will be painting an interactive mural on the back wall of the ROYAL Theatre Company and Muennich’s Inc. Auto Repair Service in downtown […]

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Gaskin shines in social media spotlight, showcases music to hundreds of thousands of listeners through streaming platforms

Della Johnson | Staff Writer   Listen to Darius’ hit single “Insanity”.   Over 150 thousand listeners have pressed play on senior Darius Gaskin’s career. Since releasing his debut single “Insanity” on August 10, Gaskin has accumulated hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube and Spotify, both of which he has also gained a multitude of followers on. The massive […]

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ACT students tasked to design their own classroom

Evelina Gaivoronskaia | Staff Writer   Mrs. Little and her fifth grade students talk about the process of designing their classroom.   Little designers have taken on the big project of designing their classroom environment. Since the first day of the school year, Mason Intermediate’s fifth grade Academic and Creative Talents (ACT) program has been working on personalizing their classroom […]

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Zhang and Hu embrace traditional Chinese culture, form team to showcase dancing skills at international competitions

Andrea Hefferan | Staff Writer  From LA to Hong Kong, the members of Bing Yang Chinese Performing Arts Center have traveled thousands of miles in order to pursue their passion. Bing Yang Chinese Performing Arts Center (BYC-PAC) is a team that performs cultural dances from China, traveling around the world to compete. Sophomore Judi Hu has performed a vast repertoire […]

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