Students using medication fight to conquer associated stigma

Eliza Orlando | The ChronicleShravani Page | Managing EditorAbby Waechter | Managing Editor For years, medication has been a pitfall for divide. Pain and cold medications such as Ibuprofen and Allegra are widely accepted by the public, but anything outside of that realm is buried in debate and polarization. From ADHD pills to antidepressants, dependence on medication can potentially be […]

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Opinion: Mason’s mental health training deserves to roll out to everyone

Shravani Page | Staff Writer Mason has had its fair share of mental health-related issues. And Mason has done a lot to help students combat them.  They’ve allocated more resources and even trained teachers and a small group of students in suicide prevention. They’ve developed numerous connections with Cincinnati Children’s, the Lindner Center of Hope, and organizations such as MindPeace. […]

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Comets advance in tournament with win over Lakota West

Shravani Page | Staff Writer ‘They’ say it’s almost impossible to beat a team three times in one season. Well, ‘they’ are wrong. After knocking off Lakota West 59-46 on Friday, February 26 in the district semi-final game, the Mason Comets proved that a team can be beaten three times in one season.  They had a good example to follow […]

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Nutrition staff embraces differences to create community environment

Shravani Page | Staff Writer  In a world where differences are known to cause divides, the Mason High School Nutrition Staff uses their differences to unify. Mason’s nutrition staff is a group of individuals Mason students see and interact with everyday. Whether it’s greeting students with a simple “hi” or helping them with their lunch needs, the staff strives to […]

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Opinion: Choosing myself during the season of love

Shravani Page | Staff Writer  I don’t hate Valentine’s Day.  The hopeless romantic in myself loves it. A day where you have the opportunity to express love toward someone. A day full of chocolates, candlelight dinners, and heart-shaped everything.  My romanticization of this day has stuck with me for a while.  I was somewhat of a “social butterfly” my sophomore […]

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Lifelong Learners; educators practice what they preach, pursue advanced degrees

Shravani Page | Staff Writer On December 11, the Wall Street Journal published a column regarding Dr. Jill Biden’s credentials. The column sparked a response not only from Biden’s supporters but also from the nation’s educators. Joseph Epstein’s “Is There a Doctor in the White House? Not if You Need an M.D” column undermined Biden’s credentials and degree. Dr. Jill […]

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Voices – 12/11/2020

Interview by Shravani Page Page Design by Aadrija Biswas Preston Meyer – Junior Tell me about yourself! What kinds of things do you like to do, Hobbies, Fun Facts, Etc.? I’m a junior. I’ve always had a big passion for the environment and just nature in general. I grew up in a remote part of Mason and was used to […]

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Best TV Shows of 2020

With 2020 coming to a close, the Chronicle Staff is looking back at the best, most binge-able television released over this past year. Without further ado, here are some staff picks for the best shows of the year. Abby Waechter | Staff Writer Evan Romansky’s original Netflix Series Ratched imagines the complex backstory of Nurse Ratched, a character long understood […]

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Societal standards push students towards the normalization of dangerous eating behaviors

Shravani Page | Staff Writer Della Johnson | Staff Writer  When students attempt to match body ideals set by society, they can be pushed to dangerous limits. Eating disorders are known to be secretive and dangerous–especially among the student population. With about 20 million women and 10 million men developing eating disorders in their lifetime, according to the National Association […]

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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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Opinion: The election puts a lot at stake

Shravani Page | Staff Writer There’s a lot going on right now. And here’s a marginally biased breakdown of what that can mean for us. Now, before I get ahead of myself, I should let you know that I don’t write politics that often. But it’s election season so what the heck let’s do it. Right now, our country is […]

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