Students gain medical experience through international organization

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer Students are hoping they come down with a case of victory at the Health Occupations Students of America state competition. HOSA is an international organization which allows students to compete in various competitions pertaining to the medical field. The competition is comprised of 40 events ranging from public speaking to written tests and spelling. Senior […]

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GMC successful against GWOC in Clash of the Titans meet

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer The Greater Miami and Greater Western Ohio Conferences went against each other for an early season competition at Sycamore High School on April 7. The track meet, called The Clash of the Titans meet, consisted of 13 different varsity teams competing to see which conference was superior. Last year, Sycamore wanted to host the event for the […]

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Tennis team wins opening match 5-0 against Lakota West

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer Mason Men’s Tennis opened their season with a 5-0 sweep over Lakota West on April 4. The Comets opened their season with a win against their Greater Miami Conference rival Firebirds. The game started optimistically, with Mason Tennis winning all of their opening sets. Later on, Mason’s second doubles team, juniors Diego Cepeda and Shashank […]

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Tennis team poised to knock off bitter rival Aviators

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer After losing out at last year’s state tournament and conceding the last three Greater Miami Conference (GMC) and state titles to the Aviators, Mason Men’s tennis is looking to knock Sycamore off its perch. Coach Mike Reid said that Sycamore would be a big obstacle in the upcoming season. “(Sycamore has) a terrific program and […]

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Students fail to apply knowledge from class when managing money

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer See how Mason High School teacher Andy Goetz budgets his income to meet the needs of his family.One of the most prevalent skills in adulthood is managing money and balancing a budget; however, apart from Financial Literacy, this skill is rarely taught at Mason High School through hands-on experience. Business teacher Jennifer Striker said that […]

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Mock Trial frustrated with fifth place finish at regionals, miss out on state

Freddie Wilhelm | Staf Writer Mason Mock Trial finished fifth at regionals, narrowly missing qualification to state. The Comets competed in Batavia Friday, February 10 with hopes of qualifying to the state competition. Mason Green competed in their opening trial against Western Brown and won the round. Senior Larry Gao won that round’s award for Outstanding Attorney, as well as Senior […]

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PC builders take gaming into their own hands

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer Personal Computer (PC) builders are equipping themselves with Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) and Motherboards to fight the forces of evil with the click of a mouse. Students are choosing to build custom PCs instead of buying them. Building, rather than buying, allows students to own high quality systems for a fraction of the cost of […]

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Armed forces diversify through STEM recruits

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer The United States military is more than just men and women serving on the battlefield. Recently the government has moved towards the specialization of STEM roles to better serve the country. Recruits diversify the role of the armed forces by building specializations: particularly in science, technology, and engineering roles. While the military has decreased spending […]

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Trump wins White House in election shocker

Pollsters fail to account for key demographics Jonathan McCollough | Staff Writer It ain’t over till the fat lady sings, and at 2:30 a.m. she sang in favor of Donald Trump. Donald J. Trump will be the 45th President of the United States after defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton. Although Clinton won the popular vote by more than 440,000 votes, Trump […]

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Staff’s Outside Work

Jacob Brase Joey Deaton Ryan D’Souza Andrea Hefferan Bryan Hudnell Politifact determines if politicians are politically correct Luke Hutchinson Florida Staff Writer speaks about Politifact Alexandra Lisa Eric Miller Millie Ortega Ria Parikh Gillin’s Politifact receives criticism when rating truthfulness of politicians DeWitt predicts a smooth check-out process Rahul Parikh Tanner Pearson Asia Porter Ron Johnson speaks about the delicate […]

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Boys Ultimate impresses at state tournament; places second

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer Mason Ultimate Frisbee was thrown into the state tournament and flew into second. On June 4 – June 5, Mason’s Ultimate Frisbee team competed in Versailles in the state championship tournament. The team’s undefeated season affected the attitude going into the tournament according to coach Elliott Skindzier. “Going into the tournament the team felt as […]

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BLOGically Speaking

From the staff of The Chronicle and MBC comes our blogs, where you can check out the lives of and ideas from our very own. Blogs include résumés, past work and experiences, and new opinions. Please take the time to meet our staff members, consider their ideas, and become a part of the discussion. The Chronicle Eric Miller — ericmillerchronicle.wordpress.com   Asia Porter […]

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Staff

MHS Chronicle Staff Members 2017-2018    Editor-in-Chief Asia Porter Managing Editor Delaney Turner Sports Editor Eric Miller Online Editor Luke Hutchinson Business Manager/Circulation Manager Aniya Longmire Visual Design Editor Ryan D’Souza Staff Photographer Tanner Pearson Staff Writers Jacob Brase Joey Deaton Andrea Hefferan Bryan Hudnell Kaitlin Lewis Alexandra Lisa Millie Ortega Rahul Parikh Ria Parikh Yogesh Patel Alekya Raghavan Nathalie Schickendantz Lauren […]

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