Surviving the Holocaust is one thing…surviving old age? A whole different story. This was one of the quips of Mrs. Eva Kor, a talented and courageous speaker I had the privilege of hearing on Monday night. Eva was just a young girl during the Nazi takeover, and at the age of 10, she and her… Read More Eva Kor lecture
Promo video I produced and edited for the A-Mason-Race:
Pictures from ‘Kick Chrohn’s’ soccer game. See: ‘Kick Chrohn’s’ soccer game held against Sycamore, Comets win 3-0.
Pictures from the Mason water polo game against Sycamore. See: Boys water polo team sinks Sycamore, 17-10.
See article published on TheCSPN: Teacher contract talks take center stage at Board of Education meeting On Tuesday night, a sea of black and green Mason Education Association t-shirts flooded the Harvard Room at Mason High School for the Board of Education meeting, whose agenda included the controversial teacher contract negotiations. School Board Treasurer Dick Gardner opened the… Read More Teacher contract talks take center stage at Board of Education meeting
High personal standards make B’s a sign of failure B = F. It isn’t a new math formula or science equation. It’s a mindset. According to guidance counselor Phyllis Bell, for some students getting a B in class can be failure, or the end of the world. “Sometimes they forget that a B is good,”… Read More Killer B’s
*Mason girls basketball story published on thecpsn.com on February 4th, 2014. The highly ranked Mason Comets played the Princeton Vikings on February 1st, as both teams attempted to preserve their undefeated streaks.* —————————————————————————————————– It was a feeling of déjà vu for girls basketball this weekend as they suffered a 63-52 loss to the Princeton Vikings, ruining their perfect record.… Read More Girls basketball has perfect record broken by Princeton
Scuba diving isn’t only for fancy islands or resorts. On December 26, the MHS Corps of Cadets took their latest aquatic challenge closer to home, at the Underwater World Scuba Center. The idea to scuba dive originated with junior Corps of Cadets member Maya Hall, who says she wishes to attend West Point or the… Read More MHS Corps of Cadets takes an aquatic adventure
Say goodbye to the powerful eggbeater kicks, the aggressive, near-drowning contact, and the boom of violent blocks being echoed throughout the arena. As the water polo season ends, many players are giving up the seven-man sport and exchanging it for the blue lanes of the upcoming swimming season. According to senior Cesar Carillo, water polo and… Read More The dive from water polo to swimming season
The Mason girls’ tennis team served up some revenge at the Greater Miami Conference Finals today. The Comets entered the GMC as the top seed, with a perfect 9-0 conference record under their sleeve. Defeating one of their biggest rivals and last year’s winner – Sycamore – in three of their four finals matches today,… Read More Girls’ tennis steals GMC win