Photo Gallery: Shakespeare in the park 2019

The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company continued their decade-long tradition of their “Shakespeare in the Park” performances with a rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Friday, June 21 at Eden Park. These free outdoor plays last until August 31 and are preformed around the tri-state area. Along with A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the Company preforms Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. Click on […]

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Mason’s Second Invention Camp inspires students to create

Anushka Mukherjee | Staff Writer Young campers battled their way through Camp Invention armed with one weapon: Their imagination. Jill Arminio and Chrissy Hufnagel held their second annual Camp Invention from Monday, June 10 to Friday, June 16 at the Mason Early Childhood Center (MECC). Open to children in grades 1-6, Camp Invention aims to helps students learn valuable skills […]

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Photo Gallery: 2019 Comet Skippers Jump Rope Camp

Alana Amaya | Staff Writer From Tuesday, June 11 to Friday, June 14, the Comet Skippers hosted their annual Jump Rope Camp at the Montessori Academy of Cincinnati. They taught students of all ages different jumping techniques and elements such as the Single Rope, Chinese Wheel, and Double Dutch. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. Photos by Alana […]

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Mason Drama Club hosts 2019 Drama Camp

Archie Barton | Staff Writer There’s only one rule in improv: Never say no! That is just one of many lessons being taught at the 2019 Mason Drama Camp. The camp, running from June 10th-June 14th, was for children from kindergarten through eighth grade. Aiming to teach kids a plethora of basic skills and practices commonly used in drama, the […]

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Photo Gallery: First day of ‘Music in Mason’ Concert Series

Abby Miller | Staff Writer Mason’s summer-long “Music in Mason” concert series began on Friday, June 7 with a block party and performances from Chuck Brisbin and the Brother Smith. Along with the performances, the community event had food trucks, inflatables, animals, and other attractions. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. amiller.chronicle@gmail.com

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Mason Hosts Speakers at TEDx Event

Indranshu Das | Staff Writer These speakers had only fifteen minutes to communicate the issues they see in the world. No more, no less. Mason High School’s TEDx Club hosted their second annual TEDx Talk on Thursday, May 31 in the Black Box Theater. TEDx talks are TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) talks hosted independently by outside groups. Each of […]

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Slideshow: The AMs ‘Final Concert’

Shravani Page | Staff Writer The AMs held their final concert of the 2018-19 school year on Friday, May 24. During the concert, they played a set of covers including Toto’s Africa , Shawn Mendes and Cabilla Cabello’s I Know What You Did Last Summer, Lady Gaga’s Shallow, and Adele’s Skyfall. Along with that, they recognized their both their graduating […]

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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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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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Mason ‘Hope Squad’ featured on NBC news

Della Johnson | Staff Writer The Mason Hope Squad has made national news. NBC Nightly News came to the MHS on May 7 to take footage of the Hope Squad for a broadcast. They took footage in Lori Roth’s classroom, as well as interviews with administration and students alike. The purpose of the broadcast was to highlight mental health and […]

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Students Cleaning Up Mason For Earth Day

Evelina Gaivoronskaia | Staff Writer Although Earth Day has passed, Juniors Sara Naveh and Nick Flood are wasting no time when it comes to helping the environment. They organized the “Clean Up Mason” event, which took place on Saturday, April 27 and allowed the Mason community to come together and take care of their environment by cleaning up the areas […]

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Photo Gallery: AP Physics Regatta 2019

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer On Wednesday, April 24 AP Physics students participated in a regatta consisting of homemade cardboard boats. They had to row these boats across the natatorium pool, touch the edge of the pool, and return to the starting point. If both of the boats didn’t sink, the students still had something to watch out for – […]

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