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Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Olivia Kinney, Staff Writer, Lead Editor October 26, 2020

After performing an incredulous 27 years on the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away at the age of 87 due to an ongoing battle with pancreatic cancer. “Thanks to RBG, every female...

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Wildfires in Oregon

Olivia Kinney, Staff Writer, Lead Editor October 1, 2020

Catastrophic wildfires in Oregon have set fire upon more than one million acres of land, killing about eight people and forcing thousands to evacuate their homes. “People did die in the fires. A 12...

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Social Media Overload

Nevaeh Reasoner, Staff Writer February 12, 2020

   There’s about 7.53 billion people in the world and about 3.48 billion of them use social media. In 1997, the first social media website Six Degrees was launched. Created by Andrew Weinreich, the...

Fellow Robotics Team Breaks World Record

Elise Comer, Staff Writer January 29, 2020

A Michigan robotics team spent their winter break attempting to break a Guinness World Record on December 30th, 2019. Bullock Creek Robotics team built a 16 foot and 3-inch high toilet paper pyramid. Maxton...

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Crisis in the Middle East, Again?

Dalton Caron, Staff Writer/Lead Editor January 22, 2020

Over the centuries, the Middle East has always been a home territory to violent conflicts and war. From inner tribal warfare, to super powers bent on imperialism and controlling the region and many others,...

What does Poverty look like in Mason?

What does Poverty look like in Mason?

Ashlyn Wilkinson, Writer December 16, 2019

What does homelessness look like in Mason? Unfortunately, when the general population thinks of homelessness, they picture a grungy looking man standing on a street corner in a big city holding a sign...

Is it over yet?

Is it over yet?

Olivia Kinney, Writer October 29, 2019

It has been the longest strike for the auto industry in over 20 years after 40 days of nearly 50,000 United Auto Workers (UAW) being on crucial strike. General Motors proposed a deal two weeks ago and...

Is EEE a threat for Michiganders?

Is EEE a threat for Michiganders?

Olivia Kinney, Writer October 16, 2019

Mosquitoes are flying in with a severe virus throughout Michigan and other northeastern parts of the United States, as well as the Gulf Coast. That deadly virus is called Triple E (Eastern Equine Encephalitis),...

Amazon Tax Outrage

Madeline Chrome, Writer August 28, 2019

     Amazon, a multinational company popularly known for its online and delivery markets, reportedly owes $0 in corporate income tax for the year of 2018. According to The Motley Fool, Amazon was...

Academic Awards

August 28, 2019

Mason High School academic honors recipients were recognized during the annual academic awards assembly on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The evening’s awards ceremony was held in the gymnasium. Saluted at the...

Saying Goodbye

Rayn Sova, Writer/ Sports Editor May 23, 2019

Seniors are leaving this Friday!  May 23, 2019 will be their last day of high school classes and May 24 will be exams.  This week, the light shines on the seniors of Digital Media Literacy class and...

Academic Awards

Gwyneth Zamora, Writer May 16, 2019

Mason High School academic honors recipients were recognized during the annual academic awards assembly on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The evening’s awards ceremony was held in the gymnasium. Saluted at the...

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