Music mediums progress towards intangible files

Samantha Stulen | Staff Writer From vinyl to MP3, the looks and sounds of music have been revolutionized, as well as the convenience of obtaining music. Senior Jonathan Balmer said having an MP3 player has allowed him to gain access to a multitude of songs. Buying a few albums and being stuck with songs he does not enjoy is no […]

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WeTube

Janica Kaneshiro | Staff Writer Whether trying to become a celebrity or just sharing their videos with the lives of others, now that YouTube is accessible to the average high school student, students at Mason High School, such as senior Jacob Burress, now have the opportunity to show fellow “YouTubers” their talents.

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Good hair is pricey

Janica Kaneshiro | Staff Writer Straight, curly, dyed or natural, whatever the style, there are plenty of students at Mason High School who know a thing or two about good hair and the effort required to achieve it. According to Senior Kayelin Tiggs, good hair takes time.

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Height often connected to perception of abilities

Julia Halpin | Staff Writer They may never play center on a basketball team or be viewed as their actual age, but those who are vertically challenged are still capable of having their own substantial voices, according to senior Maddie Slutsky. Slutsky, who stands at four feet, eleven inches, said that she is a perfect example of someone who has […]

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Born in the wrong generation

Janie Simonton | Staff Writer “Involvement with retro kitsch is … growing because of ththe escapist silliness it provides,” according to Irma Zandl, president of The Zandl Group, posted on chiefmarketer.com. Well, “retro kitsch” seems to have found its way to Mason High School.

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15 inches of fame: Mina Lee

Compiled by Janica Kaneshiro | Staff Writer Photo by Janica Kaneshiro Senior Mina Lee said she has a passion for the Harry Potter franchise, art and movies. She said she’s most defined as weird”, a term she’s comfortable with. What college are you going to and what’s your intended major? “I’m going to [College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning] […]

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Mason Unwrapped

Thom Carter | Staff Writer From a New Jersey-style pizza joint to a downtown ice cream parlor, there are a number of locally-owned eateries around Mason that manage to preserve the local flavor.

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Class of 2011: movin’ on

Carlie Sack | Editor in Chief While the class of 2011 will no longer be spending each day at Mason High School, each of its 711 students will be pursuing new goals. Whether students’ plans involve a new city, state, school or job, the class of 2011 is moving on past Mason High School.

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