Schrock scores BGSU Educator of the Year Award

Charlie MacKenzie | Staff Writer Photo from the BGSU Facebook page Social Studies teacher Jerry Schrock soared to national recognition with his win of this year’s Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Educator of the Year Award. The award recognizes Bowling Green State alumnus for excellence in the field of education. Math teacher Amy Forsythe nominated Schrock for the award. Forsythe said that […]

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StuGo partners with Cedar Village to host senior citizen prom

Abbey Marshall | Staff Writer Seniors laced up their dancing shoes and boogied the night away on Sunday, May 3 at Cedar Village retirement home. Cedar Village, in collaboration with Student Government senior class officers, held the first senior citizen prom and was open to all residents, as well as high school seniors, to raise awareness and money for elder […]

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Spanish National Honor Society hosts World Cup

Abbey Marshall | Staff Writer Watch a clip of the final game in the bracket.  Spanish National Honor Society scored some major goals on Wednesday, April 29. Soccer superstars and amateurs alike gathered on the Corwin Nixon field for the annual SNHS World Cup soccer tournament to support the Cincinnati charity Su Casa. According to junior SNHS Vice President Juan […]

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Fiddler on the Roof debuts tonight

Arnav Damodhar | Staff Writer Rather than fiddling away the past two months, the Mason High School drama club has been working hard on its latest production, Fiddler on the Roof. The play premieres tonight, Thursday, April 23, and according to Drama Club advisor Allen Young, it was specifically chosen because of its theme of cultural identity and its outstanding […]

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Breaking news

Administration shuts down Powder Puff game Abbey Marshall | Staff Writer The annual Powder Puff football game between junior and senior girls was called off this year due to safety concerns and issues with disrespect. According to Powder Puff advisor Sheila Nimer, the participating students were not following the rules in place while preparing for the game, making the situation […]

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Mock Crash serves as powerful reminder for upperclassmen

Gina Deaton | Online Editor Abbey Marshall | Staff Writer Click to see clips from Mock Crash. Video by MBC News Reporter Julia Hollon    Stop and think. These are the words that 1,700 juniors and seniors took away from the mock crash demonstration on April 17. The crash involved two cars damaged in advance to give the appearance of […]

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Presidential honor

Senior presents science project at White House Duncan MacKenzie | Staff Writer Photo contributed by Bluyé Demessie While most Mason High School students were sitting in class on Monday, March 23, senior Bluyé Demessie shook the president’s hand. Demessie showcased his science fair project at the fifth White House Science Fair, an event hosted by President Barack Obama. Other attendees included […]

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Driven for a cure

Dragonfly and Driven Foundations partner for charity basketball game Eric Miller | Staff Writer Mason hosts countless athletic contests each year but on April 11 for the Driven Community Basketball Game, it wasn’t about if you won or lost; it was about bringing people together to rally around a great cause. The Driven Foundation is a Columbus based non-profit founded […]

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The sound of silence

Gay-Straight Alliance commits to day of silence against LGBT bullying Emily Culberson | Staff Writer Participants of the Day Of Silence will carry this card on April 17. Members of the Gay Straight Alliance Club want to end the silence with their silence. On April 17, members of GSA are taking an oath of silence to raise awareness of the prevalent […]

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Theatrical tribute

Mason Community Players perform original musical for bicentennial Abbey Marshall | Staff Writer Watch a segment of the performance. Video by Lauren Lysko.  William Mason may have died in 1830, but he recently came to life on stage. The Mason Community Players performed an original musical titled “Imagine! Mason” April 9-12 at Mason Middle School. The play was a chronicle […]

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Honors ensembles harmonize in first combined concert

Sonia Rayka| Staff Writer To choral director Elaine Santos, the combined Beethoven concert was nothing less than an ode to joy. On March 23, the music department joined forces to perform the Fourth Movement from Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the first time all three Honors ensembles have performed together. According to Santos, it was initially a challenge for the choir because […]

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Upperclassmen pose in NHS Prom Fashion Show

Ashton Nichols | Staff Writer Watch a slideshow of the fashion show.National Honor Society hosted the annual Prom Fashion Show on Thursday, March 26 which raised money for students who cannot afford prom themselves. With sponsors of Kostovos, Aveda, Francesca’s, and Presidents Tuxedo, NHS raised over $1,600 for the cause. anichols.chronicle@gmail.com

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High-performing Mathletes headed to state

Arnav Damodhar | Staff Writer The path is bright and the road is clear for the Math Team, as they head to state this Saturday, March 28. After the mathletes won first place out of 67 teams at the 2015 Ohio High School Mathematics Invitational Olympia competition, 11 of these MHS students make their way to the state competition at […]

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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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