Baseball team sent off to semifinals

Check out this coverage of the Mason Baseball team as they prepared to depart from Mason High School to Columbus for the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Baseball Championship.   .@MasonHSBaseball fans cheered on the Comets for their state send off this morning. @CoachCBly thanked the fans and talked about their quest for a state title. pic.twitter.com/mFKWYzG601 — Mason […]

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Administration increases school security to ensure safe environment

Ria Parkih | Staff Writer Nathalie Schickendantz | Staff Writer From barricading during drills to staffing entrance doors in the morning, administration is making changes to better ensure student safety. After recent events such as the Parkland shooting, the school has implemented more policies to increase safety within the school. Some policies that have been either revised or installed include […]

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Kaavya Ramachandran’s cartoon illustrating the dilemma facing high school students with uniquely spelled last names and pronunciations won her a Silver Key Award in the nationally recognized Scholastics Art and Writing competition.   Lauren Serge | Staff Writer Kaavya Ramachandran has never taken an art class, but that did not stop the Mason High School junior from entering one of […]

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Cooper looks to better the community through conversation

Nathalie Schickendantz | Staff Writer Jonathan Cooper wants to hear from you. The soon to be superintendent has created a program called CommUNITY Conversation as part of his 100 day plan with the board of education. The program is co-designed to tackle problems in the Mason community with leaders and members being present. The topics discussed are generated by the […]

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After success at “Shark Tank” high schoolers team up to launch safe delivery start up

Nathalie Schickendantz | Staff Writer Don’t let their age fool you.  These young businessmen want their competitors to know that they’re not going to let their age stop them from entering the business world. Mason High School junior Juan Carlos Gaudiano and freshman Pranav Yenugu are in the process of developing their company SafeDeliv. SafeDeliv is a small device accompanied […]

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Students join in nationwide protests aimed at reforming gun control laws

Kaitlin Lewis | Staff Writer Asia Porter | Editor-in-Chief Age is nothing but a number to these student activists. Students nationwide have been channeling their frustration into political activism after 17 students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) in Parkland, Florida were shot and killed. The Valentine’s Day shooting marked the fifth school shooting to occur in 2018. News […]

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King hosts first ‘Girls Night’ to promote positive self-image

Seniors Asia Porter (left) and Amaya King led the event and the empowerment video crew. Aniya Longmire | Staff Writer Women empowerment: March is all about it. Senior Amaya King hosted the first annual ‘Girls Night’ to celebrate the female students of Mason High School during Women’s History Month. The casually named event took place in the black box theater, […]

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Slideshow: Chinese New Year celebration 2018

Yogesh Patel | Staff Writer 2018 is the year of the dog. On Friday, February 23, the community was invited to the Small Commons for the 2018 Chinese New Year celebration organized by Mandarin teacher Ling-Ling Nian. The event included dinner, cultural activities and performances. The night was sponsored by the Confucius Institute at Miami University, the Joy Flower Dance […]

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School of Rock performers light up Night to Shine

Natalie Schickendantz | Staff Writer It was truly a night to shine. On February 9, School of Rock performed at Night to Shine, a prom for individuals with special needs. Throughout the night, participants and their buddies, volunteers that had been paired with them, circulated to karaoke and game rooms, took photos by the red carpet and danced to live […]

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