Indiana University High School Journalism Institute 2016

The Chronicle staff participated in a journalism camp at Indiana University from July 11-15. Throughout the week staff members improved their writing, interviewing, photography, videography and leadership skills. At the conclusion of the camp, staff members received the following awards: Best Story Arc for Photo Story – Jonathan McCollough Outstanding Leadership Team – Jessica Sommerville, India Kirssin, Arnav Damodhar, Eric […]

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Opinion: Go be a kid

India Kirssin | Managing Editor Welcome to the jungle. That’s always my first thought as I enter the St. Louis City Museum. Metal climbing monstrosities crowd the outside of the old downtown building. An old school bus hangs off the top and right next to it is a ferris wheel. On the roof. Inside, tunnels and slides hang out over […]

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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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OPINION: United-ish

India Kirssin | Managing Editor I have been a fan of the ABC show “Blackish” since it began two years ago, watching it for its humor, its all-star cast, and its ability to discuss national issues in its own wonderful way. The show follows the lives of the Johnson family, an African-American family living in upper-middle class America. Dre is […]

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Trending Now: Two cities pizza

Two Cities Pizza combines a taste of the Big Apple with the Windy City India Kirssin | Managing Editor It’s a tale of two cities – right here in Mason. Two Cities Pizza opened its doors in downtown Mason last month. The new pizzeria, located on West Main Street, has already grabbed the attention of many Mason residents with its […]

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Reedy gets 300th win with 3-0 victory over Colerain

Charlie MacKenzie | Staff Writer Head coach Paul Reedy earns his 300th win after defeating Colerain 3-0. Videos by Staff Writer Alexandra Lisa. On September 29, the boys soccer team shut out the Colerain Cardinals 3-0, giving head coach Paul Reedy his 300th win at Mason. The Comets dictated play throughout the entire game, generating plenty of scoring opportunities early […]

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Staff’s Outside Work

Alyssa Brooks Calista Busch Politifact evaluates truthfulness of politicians DeWitt warns of possible challenges during check-out Dalton Craven Arnav Damodhar Joey Deaton Ryan D’Souza Juliana Discher Heart transplant survivor Christina Cinca tells her story Social media clouds a political enviroment Jacob Fulton Politifact serves as fact checker for presidential election Bryan Hudnell Politifact determines if politicians are politically correct Luke […]

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Comets are defeated by Aviators in district tournament

Eric Michael | Staff Writer The Mason boys tennis team played rival Sycamore in the Southwest Districts in the State team tournament on Wednesday in what was a rematch of a 5-0 Sycamore victory just a week beforehand. Mason played it closer this time, but once again fell short, not being able to pull it out against the Aviators. Mason […]

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