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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Voices – 04/09/2021

Interview by Risha Chada   Monaa Gopinath – Sophomore Tell us about yourself! What kinds of things do you like to do, Hobbies, Fun Facts, Etc?  My name is Monaa and I’m a sophomore here at MHS. I am also a co-founder of Young Leaders in Public Health and Medicine (YLPHM). Some of my interests are playing the piano, camping, reading, collecting rocks […]

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Staff Editorial: Cleveland Browns Quarterback proved wrong about Mason when he shouldn’t have been

Remember when Cleveland Browns Quarterback Baker Mayfield tweeted at Mason High School calling us soft?  Yeah, so do we.  One of the more tumultuous moments here at Mason High School began as a way to reduce stress and ease the cutthroat academic culture here at Mason. Somehow it ended in a viral tweet by Cleveland Browns Quarterback Baker Mayfield on […]

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Athlete have personal attachment to the number on their jersey

Player content and photos compiled by Cody Allgor, Staff Writer There are some numbers that are synomymous with sports. Michael Jordan’s number 23, the number three on Dale Earnhardt’s car, Babe Ruth’s number 4, or the iconic number 42 of Jackie Robinson.  Sometimes in high school an athlete is simply handed a jersey and that’s their number. Some athletes grow […]

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Movie Opinion – A missed OPPORTUNITY

Raghav Raj | Staff Writer In an awards season flipped on its head now that COVID-19 has left most movie theaters shuttered for a year, rendering the box office almost all but irrelevant, few films have received the amount of plaudits that Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland has. And, many might argue, for good reason. Zhao’s third feature film is a visually […]

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MHS solidifies COVID-safe Prom festivities for seniors

Scott Reckers | Staff Writer Through an unprecedented year, Prom is finally on the horizon. With last year’s Prom being canceled and this year’s homecoming meeting the same fate, students have been in a drought of high school dances. Student Activities Director Lorri Fox Allen has been working hard to devise a plan for Prom that is safe and fun […]

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Science Olympiad to host first Mason invitational virtually

Alisha Soni | Staff Writer Mason Science Olympiad strives to make its first invitational as exciting and unique as possible despite COVID restraints. During a typical invitational, schools nationwide bring multiple teams of 15 members to a chosen school who then compete in pairs among the 23 set events and additional trial events. With their designated schedules, the participants compete […]

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Movie Review – Raya and the Last Dragon

Review by: Della Johnson Directed by: Don Hall, Carlos Lopez Estrada Rating: 7/10 Disney’s newest princess film felt very familiar. As a strong female warrior with a sarcastic dragon sidekick, Raya certainly mirrored Mulan, the other princess to hail from an Asian country, and her consistent travel by boat lent itself a bit to Moana. Still, the movie itself fostered […]

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Sophomore launches local vehicle detailing business

Avary Hutzelman | Staff Writer When it comes to making money, Sophomore Nolan Hartsock has realized it is all about the details.  Sophomore Nolan Hartsock has created a successful car detailing business from the ground up. After much trial and error, All Star Student Detailing is finally thriving. Hartsock always had a passion and was told he was naturally gifted […]

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