Sophomore named Ohio STEM Scholar – Web Exclusive

Bobby Gibler | Staff Writer A student at Mason High School may be conducting research that will save and prolong lives in the future. Sophomore Aarti Kumar has been named an Ohio STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Scholar and took a trip on February 16 to Washington, D.C. for a meeting with the American Association for the Advancement of […]

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Back in black – Web Exclusive

Implementation of new activities brings resurgence of excitement about Black History Month back to Mason… Beena Raghavendran | Associate Editor 28 days — and sometimes 29 days — of each February are devoted to a group of people that in the past 50 years has seen a whirlwind of events from segregation and protests to freedom and a president. February’s […]

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Speech and debate members compete at high levels – Web Exclusive

Contributed by English teacher Melissa Donahue Junior Qian Wang qualified for the National Forensic League National Tournament in US Extemporaneous Speaking this past weekend at the Western Ohio NFL District Tournament at Gahanna-Lincoln High School. This is the second year in a row that Qian has been a Nataional qualifier. He will compete at Nationals in Dallas, TX, from June […]

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Two language honor societies to become MHS clubs

Bobby Gibler | Staff Writer French National Honor Society and German National Honor Society will soon become official organizations at Mason High School. Aiming to recognize students who have demonstrated linguistic and academic proficiency, the organizations will be emphasizing tutoring, according to German teacher Melissa Jurewicz.

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Music downloading through Limewire prohibited

Ian Howard | Staff Writer With Limewire facing a court injunction, Mason students will never again be able to download from Limewire in its original format, according to Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Vice President of Communications Cara Duckworth. Based on a law suit by the RIAA, an organization of 1,600 record labels, in October, the Federal District Court […]

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