TV Show Review: Bridgerton (Season 2)

Review by: Shravani Page Created by: Chris Van Dusen Rating: 4/5 The Netflix original series Bridgerton is back with a second season.  Its second season has worked its way back up to Netflix’s No. 1 in many countries and amassed millions of views within just days of its release. Bridgerton’s inclusive nature shines throughout the entire season, particularly with the […]

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People first and athletes second

Andrew Little | The Chronicle Life is fragile. Sadly, nothing reminds people of that more than tragedy. On the morning of April 9, former Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins passed away after being struck by a car on a highway.  Like many, I found out from seeing the initial report tweeted by Adam Schefter, the most prominent reporter in football. […]

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Staff Editorial: HB 616 restricts learning and student engagement

Don’t Say Gay.  It’s a commonly used tagline to describe House Bill 616 which was originally introduced in Florida. If enacted, the bill would ban any discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity in grades Kindergarten through 3rd and would restrict any discussion centered around these topics for all grade levels. Any topics deemed “inappropriate” would additionally be considered off […]

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Beauty in Black and White

Bradyn Johnson | The Chronicle Girls at Mason High School are taking a shot at disbanding beauty standards. Project Beauty was founded in 2017 by Cincinnati photographer Thomas Nguyen to help young girls to embrace their true selves through photos that do not edit out any sort of bumps, bruises or blemishes, and depict the model in their most natural […]

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Mason gymnasts qualify for national meet

Isabelle Paley | The Chronicle Only 258 gymnasts compete at the Men’s National Gymnastic Championship, and four of those athletes come from William Mason High School Duncan Beckel, Conner Beckel, Owen Tong, and Kan Suzuki have all qualified for the men’s National Gymnastic Championship.  The meet is an annual competition combining the top male gymnasts in the country. In gymnastics […]

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Comets pitching staff led by trio of flame throwers

Andrew Little | Sports Editor With three of the state’s top starting pitchers on the mound and more firepower in the bullpen, the Comets’ pitching staff is among the nation’s most dangerous. Seniors Brenden Garula and Noah Samol, committed to the University of Cincinnati and Georgia Tech respectively, and junior Michael Murphy, who holds multiple division-one offers, form a trifecta […]

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Focused on Faith

Muslim student-athletes work to balance life and religion during Ramadan Evelina Gaivoronskaia | The Chronicle Abstaining from food and drink is both physically and mentally challenging, but that demand is enhanced when Muslim athletes juggle the celebration of Ramadan with their beloved sports.  Ramadan is a religious holiday that is observed during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. During […]

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Student artists showcase artwork at local cafe anniversary

Ava Yungbluth | The Chronicle Talented artists at Mason High School were given the opportunity to showcase and sell their original pieces of art. On April 9, 2022, an anniversary gallery art show at the Kitty Brew Cafe was put on through a partnership between the cafe and the National Art Honor Society (NAHS). The gallery allowed art students at […]

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Student hobby combines sustainability and creativity

Aditya Thiyag | The Chronicle Teenage artisans are stringing together a new pastime. A hobby that dates back centuries and transcends cultural barriers, the art of jewelry-making is not a new one. A piece of jewelry is defined as any collection of ornaments threaded or shaped together into a wearable object, and jewelry-making is the minutiae of crafting said objects. […]

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New aquatic center to be valuable tool for community

Sean Speidel | The Chronicle The city of Mason has a new fifty-meter, Olympic-sized swimming pool. After 24 seasons, the Lou Eves Municipal Pool closed on September 2, 2019 in order to begin construction on the Mason Municipal Aquatic center, which presently includes an outdoor heated leisure pool and a newly opened indoor fifty-meter competition pool.  On April 4, 2022, […]

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