Military enlistment a popular route following graduation

Meghan Dincler | Online Editor After switching out their backpacks for military uniforms, some seniors are getting ready to head off to boot camp. When high schoolers consider going into the military, they are presented with a few options. They could go to basic training and then straight into the military as their full time job, known as “active duty”. […]

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Comets claim District Championship with win over Springboro

Abby Waechter | Staff Writer The Mason Comets girls basketball team pushed their record to 20-0 and in the process captured a district championship with a 60-44 win over the Springboro Panthers on Saturday, February 27 at Princeton High School.   After Springboro jumped ahead of Mason in the first quarter 15-13, coupled with junior forward Kyla Oldacre going to the […]

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Comets take down Aviators on Senior Night, 46-27

Divy Bose | Sports Writer On Wednesday, January 27, the Mason Girls Basketball team defeated the Sycamore Aviators 46-27. It was senior night for the league-leading and second-ranked team in the state. Prior to the game, the team celebrated seniors Marilyn Popplewell, CC Cary, Riley Cosimi, and Kate Cooper.  Mason came out of the gate hot going up 12-4 after […]

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Mason City Schools introduces new quarantine options to combat COVID

Meghan Dincler | Online Editor Two hundred and seventy six days since March 13. 276 days since the announcement of the first quarantine. Now, Mason High School is slowly becoming more and more equipped to combat the Coronavirus.  As the country receives more information on COVID, the quarantine options fluctuate. Now, Mason City Schools is giving students three different quarantine […]

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The Rise of Alternative Fashion

Meghan Dincler | Online Editor Internet culture has seen many trends come and go, and many teenagers today are expressing themselves through a rising form of fashion: alternative. As trends have changed, many styles of alternative fashion have become more prominent. Often, alternative fashion means dark makeup, fishnets, and piercings, but in its most broad definition, it is fashion that […]

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Mason Band bursts COVID bubble for performance of the year

Meghan Dincler | Online Editor It might have been their most satisfying performance of the year, but it was only witnessed by a handful of parents and 67,000 empty seats.  That was the reality for the Mason Marching Band’s final performance at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on October 24. Due to their inability to perform at competitions this season […]

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Staff

MHS Chronicle Staff Members 2020-2021 Editor-in-ChiefRiley Johansen News EditorAnn Vettikkal Feature EditorKaelyn Rodrigues Sports EditorMatthew Smith Business Manager/Circulation ManagerAnna Kinasewitz Alexa Crociata, Intern Online EditorMeghan Dincler Visual Design EditorAadrija Biswas Staff Design Team Lexi Brown Rachel Cai Staff Writers Cody Allgor Divy Bose Evelina Gaivoronskaia Ally Guo Della Johnson Rilee Malloy Shravani Page Evan Ponstingle Raghav Raj Scott Reckers Abby Waechter Alisha […]

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Voices – 9/25/2020

Grace Bagadiong- Senior Tell us a bit about yourself? What kind of things do you like to do, hobbies, fun facts, etc.? My name is Grace Bagadiong and I’m a senior here at MHS. Some of my favorite hobbies are reading books and writing because they help me learn how the world works and it teaches me new things everyday. […]

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