Opinion: Tik Tok takes on coronavirus

Anushka Mukherjee | Staff Writer Of all the videos I have seen on Tik Tok regarding the vicious coronavirus epidemic, I noticed one common theme: young individuals are embracing death with each new outbreak of life-threatening events.  Whether it be the potential for WWIII or climate change or even a killer disease, a majority of teenagers seem more than happy […]

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New initiative brings student art to high school halls

Henri Robbins | Online Editor The walls of Mason High School are getting a makeover. Recently, Mason High School started an initiative to incorporate student art into the halls of the school. Students from the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) volunteered to create a Mason-themed mural designed by sophomore Porter Lorenz. Since the mural began, teachers Daniel McKay and Tina […]

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Opinion: A Troubling Situation

Henri Robbins | Online Editor How often are birds a problem in your life? Is it fairly often? I wouldn’t think they are, so let me tell you: When they’re a problem, they are a problem.  To start this story as simply as possible, our dryer was acting weird. My mom didn’t want to do laundry, because every morning the […]

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Movie Review: The Invisible Man

Scott Reckers | Staff Member Rating: 7/10 Horror movies can become monotonous. Characters often seem to be clueless, running right into the killers plot. Walking into the theatre, I didn’t expect much more than a run-of-the-mill movie. Thankfully I was mistaken. The Invisible Man is not a new idea or character (since it was first thought up a long time […]

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Album Review: Miss Anthropocence

Henri Robbins | Online Editor Rating: 7/10 With a large part of the album released as a series of singles over the last year, one might think that they knew what to expect from Grimes’ most recent project, but even from an artist known for her experimental stylings, the diversity in sound in Miss Anthropocene is astounding. Creating an eclectic […]

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Opinion: Coronavirus Impacts Sports World

Indranshu Das | Staff Writer Wash your hands. Recently, the NBA sent a message to the players encouraging them to fist bump fans instead of high-fives and autographs. Fourteen deaths reported from the coronavirus in the US have occurred in one state–Washington. CJ McCollum, point guard for the Portland Trail Blazers, tweeted how he is taking a break from giving […]

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Comets season comes to an end with a loss to Loveland

Cody Allgor | Staff Writer The Mason Comets girls basketball team exited the division one sectional tournament by falling to Loveland 55-41 on Monday night at Lakota East High School. The Tigers, winners of the Eastern Cincinnati Conference controlled the pace and tempo of the game, jumping out to an early 22-7 first quarter lead. A lead they held onto […]

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Comets season comes to an end with a loss to Lakota West

Cody Allgor | Staff Writer The Mason Comets boys basketball team was bounced from the division one boys sectional basketball tournament by Lakota West on Tuesday night at Hamilton High School. The Firebirds scorched the Comets for 74 points on their way to a 74-66 win. When the Comets defeated the Firebirds back on January 10 it was a defensive battle […]

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Mason Wrestling wins GMC Championship

Henri Robbins | Online Editor In the annual GMC Wrestling Championship, Mason took home first with 168 points and three wrestlers placing first in their weight class. Along with that, Coach Nick Maffey was named the 2020 GMC Coach of the Year. Below are all of Mason’s placements in the meet: Weight Class Name Placement 106 Ethan Pickens 3rd 113 […]

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Movie REview: Birds of Prey

Henri Robbins | Online Editor You ever hear the phrase “set your expectations low, and they’ll always be exceeded?” That’s what I did for this movie, and even with that, it was just okay. In what was meant to be a challenge or, as they put it, an “emancipation” of the typical Harley Quinn character, DC cleverly turned some tropes […]

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Fears of coronavirus disrupt local Chinese cultural events

Ann Vettikkal | Staff Writer 7,453 miles from the source of the sickness, the 2019 coronavirus has had more success creating concern than spreading infection here at Mason High School.  Coronavirus is actually an umbrella term that houses many viruses. The most recent one is the 2019 coronavirus that can lead to severe respiratory illnesses or in some cases, death. […]

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Teachers abstain from sharing political views in classroom

Shravani Page | Staff Writer While students are taught about their First Amendment rights in government class, teachers often hold back on expressing their opinions in the classroom. Government teacher Susie Wilcox said she chooses not to express her personal opinions during political discussions held in class. For Wilcox, that isn’t her responsibility, and students should get to hear about […]

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