Tennis world transition

The tennis Big 4 has dominated Grand Slam finals since 2005 — until today. In an unpredictable US Open matchup, Kei Nishikori faced Marin Cilic in a historical final without this era’s most prominent players. Christopher Clarey wrote a fantastic piece on this tennis world transition: Tennis World Wobbles as Competitive Axis Begins to Shift Despite these younger faces… Read More Tennis world transition

The Chronicle’s first edition; Culture of Kindness

This year’s first edition of our student newspaper came out yesterday, and it had the whole school buzzing. Our editors, designers, business manager, and writers all worked together and created an awesome product! As my first year on the staff, it was amazing to see our work come to life. Check it out here — The… Read More The Chronicle’s first edition; Culture of Kindness

US Open Finals

This year’s US Open finals are a competition between the best of the best. #1 seed Serena Williams faced #2 Victoria Azarenka in the women’s singles finals last night. In the men’s singles, #1 Novak Djokovic is currently battling #2 Rafael Nadal live. (Watch it live: http://www.usopen.org/index.html ) The men’s doubles winners this year were Paes and Stepanek. The women’s doubles… Read More US Open Finals

Mason tennis knocks off another conference opponent

The Mason girls’ tennis team is in search of perfection and so far this season they are serving up aces with an undefeated 8-0 record after disposing of league foe Princeton today by a final score of 5-0. The Comets’ winning line up against Princeton consisted of singles’ players senior Lynn Kelly, freshmen Amanda Huser… Read More Mason tennis knocks off another conference opponent