No driver’s license needed for students in Young Eagles Club

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer While other students are studying to get their driver’s licenses, members of the Young Eagles Club are taking a more unconventional approach to travel. The club aims to involve students in aviation and get them started in the process to acquire their private pilot’s licenses. Influenced by the Aviation Club’s interest in aeronautics, geometry teacher […]

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Designers fabricate elaborate costumes for Halloween

Andrea Hefferan | Online Editor Senior Wrynn Boucher and junior Caite Brutvan have already been designing their costumes by hand for weeks by the time most people start to shop for Halloween. This year, Boucher and Brutvan both set out to make their Halloween costumes by hand. Brutvan discovered sewing at a young age; her skill and passion for it […]

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Increased digital trust results in growth of online friendships

Alex Lisa | Staff Writer Some kids at Mason High School are finding friendships in the most unusual places.   Many students have found comfort and support in friends they interact with exclusively online. They confide in them and build close relationships despite never having met in real life. Due to warnings about strangers online, freshman Joel Steinbicker said he […]

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Gamers stream playtime through new mainstream website

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer Over 355 billion minutes, all spent watching video games. Last year alone, Twitch.tv users spent hundreds of billions of minutes watching their favorite gamers play some of the world’s most popular video games. Twitch.tv is a popular website where users can share video game content via live streaming directly into monitors across the world. With […]

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Cooper looks to better the community through conversation

Nathalie Schickendantz | Staff Writer Jonathan Cooper wants to hear from you. The soon to be superintendent has created a program called CommUNITY Conversation as part of his 100 day plan with the board of education. The program is co-designed to tackle problems in the Mason community with leaders and members being present. The topics discussed are generated by the […]

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Increase in podcast listeners proves radio is not finished yet

Alex Lisa | Staff Writer We thought video killed the radio store, but the once-dominating field of entertainment may be making a comeback. Podcasts have become the modern equivalent to radio, despite only being open to the public eighteen years ago. The term “podcast” was used because they were originally only available on ipod devices, but they have since spread […]

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Urban Exploring takes danger to new level

Ryan D’Souza | Staff Writer Jonathan McCollough | Staff Writer Places that were once visited by thousands are now being explored by a few. Urban exploring is the exploration of man made-structures that are typically abandoned. This includes locations like old houses and deserted amusement parks and subway systems. The hobby is especially popular among photographers and documentary filmmakers. Junior Yogesh […]

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Women power their way to leading hero roles

Alekya Raghavan | Staff Writer It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Wonder Woman! Female superhero movies have been a rare phenomenon in Hollywood. But recently, the superhero industry has expanded to incorporate more women into leading roles. The highly anticipated “Wonder Woman” hits theaters next June and will be the first female-led film of the two major superhero studios, […]

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Free for all parking forces students to choose between long walk and sleep

Student arrival time determines location of parking spots in first, second and third lots. Photo by Jonathan McCollough; Photographic by Ryan D’Souza. Alyssa Brooks | Staff Writer “Someone parked in my spot.” This sentence became the infamous quote of students last year with assigned parking spots. Last year, depending on the time they registered, students were placed throughout all parking […]

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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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Electronically: Chronicle Business – mhschroniclebusiness@gmail.com Mr. Dale Conner (Advisor) – connerd@masonohioschools.com  | 398-5025 x 33103 Asia Porter (Editor-in-Chief) — aporter.chronicle@gmail.com Delaney Turner (Managing Editor) — dturner.chronicle@gmail.com Eric Miller (Sports Editor) — emiller.chronicle@gmail.com Luke Hutchinson (Online Editor) — lhutchinson.chronicle@gmail.com Aniya Longmire (Business Manager) — alongmire.chronicle@gmail.com Ryan D’Souza (Visual Design Editor) — rdsouza.chronicle@gmail.com Joey Deaton (Staff Writer) — jdeaton.chronicle@gmail.com Andrea Hefferan (Staff Writer) […]

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Achievements

Chronicle Achievements 2017-2018 2017 National Scholastic Press Association Honor Roll Joey Deaton Bryan Hudnell Luke Hutchinson Alex Lisa Eric Miller Ria Parikh Asia Porter Alekya Raghavan Lauren Thomas Delaney Turner Freddie Wilhelm 2018 National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Gold Key Ria Parikh Honorable Mention Lauren Serge Ohio Scholastic Media Association Jacob Brase (3) Ryan D’Souza (3) Bryan Hudnell (2) Alex […]

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