Technology, and the power we have given it over us.

Technology, by Geralt

Dalton Caron, Staff Writer/Lead Editor

February 24, 2020

American author, blogger, and speaker Gretchin Rubin once said, “technology is a good servant , but a bad master”. Even today, professor Nick Bostrum, director of the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University is conducting an investigation to determine if the smartphones we created have des...



Olivia Kinney, Writer

January 15, 2020

School spirit overflows the hallways and classrooms of Mason High School. After experiencing a crucial couple of weeks after break, Mason lifted their heads up and displayed their gratitude towards their hometown. Students and teachers created a chain of positivity through communication over social media...

TikTok Fame In Mason High School

“TikTok” by Aaron Yoo, from Flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0

Savannah Trout, Writer

October 10, 2019

Several students among the Mason High School population found fame on the app TikTok. TikTok is one of the most popular video-sharing apps, amassing over 1 billion users. Users @honey0bee, @148michaell, @katelyn.franks and @collin_252 are all seniors at Mason High School. Every face seen on the app will ...

Top 15 Beaches In Michigan To Check Out This Summer

Jamie Hude, Writer

June 5, 2019

The state of Michigan, commonly known as “the Great Lakes State” is made up of over 11,000 inland lakes including Lake Michigan, Lake Ontario, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, and Lake Erie. Wonder what the best beaches in Michigan are? Here is a list of the top 15 beaches to check out this summer acc...

The Making Of Prom Night

James Muenzenmaier & Dalton Caron, A&E Editor

May 30, 2019

Prom for some people is one of the most memorable nights of their time spent in high school. That being said, the efforts that go into creating the atmosphere for prom can sometimes go unnoticed. To make Prom Night a reality, efforts are made between students and staff alike, with many different...

Fine Arts Events Coming This Summer To Lansing

Fine Arts Events Coming This Summer To Lansing

Jamie Hude, Writer

May 20, 2019

This summer, there are many festivals coming to the Lansing area that involve the fine art community. Whether one person enjoys seeing the art people perform through singing onstage or seeing the art that one portrays through a painting or mural. No matter what readers are into, everyone will find a ...

Sports Officiating and Coaching

Colin Koot

May 13, 2019

Being a sports official takes a lot of work.  Knowing the rules is just the start of it. An official needs to have confidence, possess great leadership skills, and be able to communicate effectively. New for the 2019-2020 school year, Andrew Chapin is starting a class, sports officiating and coachi...

Mason Varsity Baseball off to Blazing Start

Colin Koot

April 29, 2019

The Mason varsity baseball team has gone on a tear to start the season.  They currently own an 11-1 record and are in first place in the CAAC Red.  However, many are still left wondering if they can make a deep run in the playoffs. The Bulldogs are led by first year coach Kohl Tyrrell and have j...

Chamber Choir At State Solo and Ensemble

Chamber Choir At State Solo and Ensemble

Jamie Hude, Writer

April 24, 2019

Mason High School’s Chamber Choir was nominated to participate and perform in State Solo and Ensemble at Avondale High School on Friday, April 12. State Solo and Ensemble is an event where individuals can perform in a choir or as a solo performer. After each performance, a judge will rate either the ...

Remembering Keara Bullen

Colin Koot

April 19, 2019

Keara Bullen, a Mason High School graduate of 2018, was involved in a fatal car accident on Sunday, April 14.  Bullen was on the Mason girls varsity soccer team for four years, serving as a captain for her final three years.  She earned all-conference honors in her sophomore and junior years, achieving all...

Mueller Report To Be Released Mid-April

James Muenzenmaier, A&E Editor

April 11, 2019

The Special Counsel investigation, also referred to as the Mueller Investigation or Russia Investigation, is a counterintelligence investigation of the Russian governments possible interference with the 2016 presidential election, as well as any other conflicts that may arise from the investigation, s...

Costa Rica Trip

Olivia Kinney, Reporter

March 28, 2019

The chance has come for students to connect with their classmates outside of school and to help the Costa Rica community. 18 students from Mason High School will be attending the Costa Rica trip. The group will be interacting with children in the area by partaking in community service. Sophomore Davis Bak...

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