Work Crew to donate summer to religious service

Serina Cline | Staff Writer Not everything is fun and games. Young Life’s Work Crew has students working hours a day without pay. Mason students are deciding to devote a month of their summers to serve at Young Life Camps around the country. Young Life is an American Evangelical Christian ministry based in different cities. Each volunteer has a different […]

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Vinyl records making ‘record’ comeback


Meghan Pottle | Staff Writer Girl, put your records on. Despite the multitude of digital music available, vinyl records have increased in popularity over the past few years. According to the Recording Industry Association of America’s (RIAA) 2015 year-end stats, revenues from vinyl albums were $416 million, the highest since 1988. Junior Haleigh Carr bought her own record player a […]

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Historic Mason building played key role in World War II


Abbey Marshall | Managing Editor The control room of Bethany Relay Station was referred to as “The Temple of Radio”. Photo by Abbey Marshall. “Here speaks a voice from America…We shall speak to you about America and the war. The news may be good, the news may be bad, but we will tell you the truth.” These words were among the […]

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Escape rooms the latest craze in immersive entertainment

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India Kirrsin | Staff Writer Entertainment enthusiasts all over Cincinnati are ‘trapped’ in the Escape Room mania. Over the past few years a new branch of the entertainment industry has been growing in the Cincinnati area. Escape Rooms have become so popular there are now four different companies in the greater Cincinnati area that offer different levels of difficulty and […]

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Cancer never stopped Lothrop from touching lives

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Gina Deaton | Editor-in-Chief Photo from the Love for Liz GoFundMe page. Few students at Mason High School know Liz Lothrop personally, but we all feel like we do. Fundraiser after fundraiser, we have been rooting for her. Lothrop, a 2013 graduate of MHS, was diagnosed with leukemia in 2008 at the age of 14. She went into remission in […]

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Experiential learning initiative puts students in desired workplaces

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Asia Porter | Staff Writer Student interns work in the West Chester Hospital alongside employees. Photo by Visual Editor Madison Krell. Students are trading in textbooks for scalpels in a new experiential learning program. This past year, Honors Accounting and Small Business Management Internship teacher Debra Gentene launched Experiential Learning to give high school students the opportunity to receive hands-on […]

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Young Women’s Club provides girls with leadership and service opportunities in the community


Kara Blumberg | MBC Staff MBC Reporter Lakin Steedly brings you the news of Young Women’s Club and the impact it has on the community. Mason High School’s Young Women’s club is expanding beyond the nation’s borders and has hopes to help women across the globe. The service-oriented club focuses on organizations that help women and girls in the community and as […]

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TV shows inspire student career choices

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Meghan Pottle | Staff Writer The next Meredith Grey or Olivia Pope could be roaming the halls of Mason High School right now. From crime scene investigations to dramatic surgeries, television shows are influencing young viewers to pursue specific career fields because of how they are portrayed on television. The popular medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy is known for its […]

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Virtual Reality Transforms how students work and play


Asia Porter | Staff Writer Consumers are escaping the real world thanks to new virtual reality technology. Virtual reality allows users to be transported into a virtual world by projecting imaginary surroundings around them, making them feel as if they’re in an alternate 360 degree world. Cave Automatic Virtual Environments (CAVE) Dr. Eric Hodgson explains how the CAVE works with […]

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Inside Edition: Comet Savings and Loan

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Isabel Marotta | Staff Writer Matthew Marvar | Staff Writer Holding over 650 accounts, Comet Savings & Loan is an enigma. A machine of many moving parts, but how does that machine work? Three components make up the bank – banking, marketing, and a relationship between CS&L and Fifth-Third. Below, you will see the breakdown of all three components. Marketing […]

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Area districts hope students benefit from later wake-up call

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Ashton Nichols | Staff Writer Sleep? There’s a nap for that. As sleep is commonly called “food for the brain”, reports that a lack of sleep limits a student’s ability to learn, listen, concentrate, and solve problems. Lack of sleep also makes teenagers and adults more prone to pimples and other skin problems. According to, sleep deprivation impacts […]

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