Government shutdown impacts local families

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer Good news: The government is open for business. The longest government shutdown in history — lasting 35 days — is over. On February 16, just hours before the government was due to shut down again if a deal was not reached, President Trump signed a spending bill providing just $1.375 billion for a border wall, […]

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Vytla Performs at National Singing Competition

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer Junior Soumya Vytla is finding her voice on the national stage. Watch Vytla’s performance at YoungArts’ National Arts Competition. Vytla participated in the YoungArts’ National Arts Competition, a competition for high school artists across the country. Entering in the popular music category, she became a finalist and besides receiving a scholarship of up to $10,000, […]

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College not the only career path after graduation

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer College application season is nearing the end. But for some students, their careers have already started. Mason is the largest high school in Ohio, and the vast majority of its students continue on to college after graduation. However, there are still plenty of students that do not feel that college is the right path for […]

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Diabetic students deal with daily struggle of disease

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer 30.3 million people in the United States have diabetes. But it’s still one of the most misunderstood diseases in the world. Diabetes, a disease becoming more and more common in the United States, makes it difficult to properly digest carbohydrates, which can cause extreme spikes in blood sugar levels. According to the American Diabetes Association, […]

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Let’s get over self-deprecation

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer It’s no secret that I hate self-deprecation. I do. I really really do. Which is weird, because I’m guilty of it myself. Everybody is, actually. Because it’s so easy, isn’t it? To walk into a test saying “I’m going to fail” — at least then, you won’t seem arrogant. To look at yourself in the […]

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Opinion: Goodbye, Firehawk

Lily Geiser | Staff Writer Dear Kings Island: We need to talk. Listen, I’ve been visiting your theme park for as long as I can remember. When I was five, we were getting Gold Passes and riding the bumper cars and the Backyardigans swing ride. I’ve been with you through thick and thin, and you’ve changed. A lot. Remember when […]

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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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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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