Student writers author their own novels

Jake Sapp | Staff Writer Sometimes a simple English course isn’t enough. While there are a number of writing programs for Mason High School writers to find their footing in the world of the English language, some students have decided to take their skills into their own hands. A number of students have been trying to bring their writing prowess […]

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Social media creates rise of conspiracists

Anusha Vadlamani | Staff Writer With every new conspiracy comes a new conspiracist.  Conspiracy theories, dating back as early as ancient Rome, have progressed through word of mouth. It wasn’t until the introduction of modern technology that conspiracy theories really began to flourish: John F Kennedy’s assassination, the realness of the moon landing and Princess Diana’s death have all remained […]

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Staff Editorial: Planned parenthood provides crucial healthcare

Recently, the state of Ohio decided to make some budget cuts. They cut out all the usual stuff — overpaid politicians, unused funding. Normal, right? Well, not exactly. What happened instead was that Planned Parenthood was completely defunded.  And if you’re opposed to abortion then that’s great, right?  Most would say so, but that’s simply not the case: Planned Parenthood […]

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Caffeine craving teenagers turn to new energy drink

Sophia Johnson | Staff Writer While caffeine has always kept students going, a new energy drink is making a name for itself in the fight to avoid sleep. Bang, from Vital Pharmaceuticals Inc. (VPX Sports), is an energy drink that contains no calories, no sugar and no carbohydrates. Labeled as a pre-workout supplement that contains 300mg of caffeine, Bang contains […]

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Trinidad sisters on target to become professional archers

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer Sophomores Jazmine and Josie Trinidad have their eye on the target. The sisters have been archers since they were in elementary school. They train in both indoor and outdoor archery and learn from several coaches, including 1976, 1984 and 1988 Olympic gold and silver medalist Darrell Pace, a Cincinnati native. “We started archery when we […]

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Couples plan for college separation

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer Nearly a third of college relationships are long distance. With graduation looming just around the corner, more college-bound couples will join those numbers.  The transition from high school to college can be incredibly difficult — moving away from your family for the first time, living in a completely different environment, losing touch with friends. Some […]

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More shades to come

Ria Parikh | Staff Writer A couple years ago, I was at the MAC store, and I asked the employee for a bronzer. She took a look at my face, paused, and said, “I’m not sure if we have any that’ll work for you. Sorry.” On that particular day, she happened to be right. I walked around the store, tested […]

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Mason Baseball Crushes Princeton 11-1

On Wednesday, April 3, Mason defeated Princeton 11-1. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. Comets improve record to 7-1 overall, 3-1 in the GMC Pitcher Evan Kemp complete game 2 hitter with 9 strike-outs J.P. Sponseller: 2-2, double, SAC, 3 R.B.I. Max Johnson: 2-3, 3 RBI Mason Holloway: 2-3, triple, R.B.I. Liam McFadden-Ackman: 2-2, R.B.I. Photos by Mia […]

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Comets Lacrosse Starts Season Strong

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team is off to a 5-0 start with impressive wins over Dublin Jerome, Olentangy, Lakota West, Sycamore, and Fairfield.  The Comets are currently sitting on top the Greater Miami Conference with a 3-0 league record. Chronicle staff photographer captured these pictures in the Comets 21-2 victory over Fairfield on Wednesday, April 3 at Mason High School.  […]

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Girls Softball Defeats Princeton 10-0

On Monday, April 1, Mason Girls Softball defeated Princeton 10-0. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. Comets improve record to 4-1 overall 2-1 in GMC Holland Tolliver 1 for 1 with 3 R.B.I.  Val Allen 2 R.B.I. Holland Tolliver, Carsyn Snead, and Ali Weekley with doubles Tori O’Brien – 2 stolen bases Sydney Carter, Lindsay Breuer, and Lindsey […]

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Comets depth, leadership to propel ‘19 team

Rahul Parikh | Sports Editor The Mason Boys’ track and field team is looking to leap new hurdles this year. With the likes of seniors Akari Porter (200M, 400M), Jaymon Penn (100M, 200M), Josh Wright (100M, 200M), junior Nick French (110M Hurdles, 300M hurdles), returning for the track team, and junior Keegan Mullins leading the field events in high jump, […]

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Komatineni will be counted on to lead young Comet tennis team

Cody Allgor | Staff Writer Young. That’s the word that describes this year’s Mason Boys Tennis Team. After winning the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association (OTCA) state title and going undefeated last year, the team lost multiple key seniors – including Shashank Singuri, Vishnu Srinath, and Pavan Vattyam. Fortunately, many talented freshmen joined the program this year with the goal of […]

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