Teacher of the Year

Samara Trout, Writer February 15, 2019

The whole reason Courtney Ford became a teacher 17 years ago was to impact students’ lives and to challenge them to improve. The fact that she was appointed Teacher of the Year award evidently shows...

Total Lunar Eclipse

Austin McCoy, Writer February 11, 2019

On Sunday January 20, around midnight, bystanders had the chance to feast their eyes on the “Full Wolf Moon”. It was the first occurance of a total lunar eclipse since July 27, 2018. The lunar eclipse...

Mason Student Addresses Thousands on SMS

Karis Foster, Reporter/Photographer January 24, 2019

January first, 2019, was a big day, and not just because it was the first day of the new year. About 30,000 doctors, scientists, researchers, families, and other people, filled the Bucks stadium in Milwaukee,...

Clemson White House Visit

James Muenzenmaier, A&E Editor January 22, 2019

    The Clemson Tigers, were invited to the White House to feast and celebrate their status as the 2018 College Playoffs national champions on January 14th. However, due to the government...

Michigan Assistant Principal of the Year

Gwyneth Zamora, Writer January 11, 2019

Nicholas Toodzio, Assistant Principal of Mason High School in Michigan, has been named 2018~2019 Michigan Assistant Principal of the year. High academics and athletic standards are achieved here at MHS...

Muscle Mayhem

Ava Houghton, Writer January 7, 2019

A new class is available to join at the Oak Park YMCA in Lansing Michigan. “Muscle Mayhem” is focused on keeping runners physically fit during the off seasons of winter and summer. The class is run...

The Rise of E-Scooters

Madeline Chrome, Writer December 20, 2018

Electric scooters, more popularly known as e-scooters, have been on the rise in the United States, causing many cities to reconsider their safety policies. In September of 2017, Bird, an electric scooter...

George HW Bush dies at age 94; after long and difficult battle with Parkinsons

George HW Bush dies at age 94; after long and difficult battle with Parkinsons

Addison Soule, News Editor December 19, 2018

The nation tragically lost former President George Herbert Walker Bush after a long and difficult battle with vascular Parkinsonism on Friday, November 30. He was 94 years old, the 41st President of this...

Actor Ken Berry Passes Away at 85

Noah Broadberg, Writer December 17, 2018

Ken Berry was born in Moline, Illinois on November 3, 1933 to a Darrel and Bernice Berry. At the age of 12, Berry decided he wanted to be a singer and dancer and to star in movie musicals. Berry often...

Trump’s car deal with China raises confusion

Gwyneth Zamora, Writer December 12, 2018

In a late-night Twitter post on Sunday, US President Donald Trump made an announcement saying China has agreed to cut the tariffs it imports on American-made cars, which presently halts at 40%. This tweet...

Stephen Hillenburg; creator of Spongebob, dies at 57

Stephen Hillenburg; creator of Spongebob, dies at 57

Addison, News Editor December 7, 2018

Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of the internationally known series Spongebob Squarepants died tragically last Monday, November 26 at the age of 57 after a battle with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis...

U.S. goes to World Cup

U.S. goes to World Cup

Rylie, Writer/Video November 13, 2018

The U.S. women’s soccer team won the first World Cup in 1991 and has qualified every year since. Including this year, it being their 8th time. The ladies won the game that determined whether they would...

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