‘The Awesome 80’s Prom’ pioneers interactive storytelling by inviting audience mebers to vote on play’s outcome

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer  Pick the winners, losers, and everything in between when you attend the Drama Club’s newest production. In The Awesome 80’s Prom, running on Fridays and Saturdays from October 19 to October 27 in the black box theater, the audience is attending the 1989 senior prom, the romance and drama that occurs, and the vote for […]

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MHS Art Students’ work displayed for the community

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer The arts program is creating opportunities for students to apply their classroom experiences to the real world. On September 27 at Mad Monks Pizza, a showcase of student works from AP Studio and Digital Image Design was unveiled. The exhibit included photos, graphite drawings, acrylic pieces, and mixed media from both juniors and seniors in […]

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the AMs foster community through song

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer Listen to the AMs play the song “Malibu” by Miley Cyrus: From 80’s hits like “Africa” by Toto to modern chart-toppers like Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s “I Know What You Did Last Summer”, The AMs’ performance at Kidd Coffee brought the community together. On September 24th, MHS’ Live Music Club performed one of their […]

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Hope Squad supports girls volleyball team in 3-1 victory against Lakota east

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer The Mason High School Girls Volleyball team is hoping for a successful season after their victory against Lakota East. During the girls’ volleyball match between Mason High School and Lakota East High School on September 13, both schools’ Hope Squads banded together to raise awareness for suicide prevention and support their teams. The match was […]

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ACT students tasked to design their own classroom

Evelina Gaivoronskaia | Staff Writer   Mrs. Little and her fifth grade students talk about the process of designing their classroom.   Little designers have taken on the big project of designing their classroom environment. Since the first day of the school year, Mason Intermediate’s fifth grade Academic and Creative Talents (ACT) program has been working on personalizing their classroom […]

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US Western and Southern open 2018

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer Every August, the top tennis players from around the world come to a small town in southern Ohio to compete in one of the biggest preliminary tournaments of the year. The Western & Southern Open in Mason, Ohio allows players to prepare for the U.S. Open, a major hard court tournament, in similar conditions and […]

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Cincinnati Reds teach new skills at baseball camp

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer With the help of the Cincinnati Reds, these kids took a swing at playing baseball. This past week, the Cincinnati Reds Baseball Camp took place at Mason High School. In a five day intensive curriculum, kids were able to work with instructors to improve their skills at hitting, pitching, and everything in between. This annual […]

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Staff

MHS Chronicle Staff Members 2018-2019 Editor-in-Chief Luke Hutchinson Managing Editor Lauren Serge Executive Editor Jacob Brase Sports Editor Rahul Parikh Online Editor Andrea Hefferan Business Manager/Circulation Manager Nathalie Schickendantz Staff Photographer Tanner Pearson Visual Design Editor Ryan D’Souza Staff Writers Evelina Gaivoronskaia Lily Geiser Riley Johansen Della Johnson Sophia Johnson Alexandra Lisa Ria Parikh Henri Robbins Kaelyn Rodrigues Jake Sapp Matthew […]

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