15 inches of fame: Jordan Karim

Compiled by Janica Kaneshiro | Staff Writer With over 3,000 students at Mason High School, it’s easy to get lost in the masses. But senior Jordan Karim decided to use the size of his class to his advantage when he jokingly dressed up as Waldo, the character always sought by readers in the book, “Where’s Waldo,” for the senior class […]

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Rap entices Mason using suburban appeal

Thom Carter | Staff Writer Rap music is moving out of the ghetto and into the suburbs with rappers swapping their baggy jeans and t-shirts for designer duds, according to junior Kelechi Aguomo. As a result, Aguomo said suburban teens in areas like Mason are becoming the target audience for many mainstream rap acts.

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PREVIEW: Boys’ swimming

Joseph Spencer | Staff Writer Last year, Mason boys’ swimming finished 2nd in the GMC after winning the GMC the two years before.  This year, the team looks to return back to the top of pool after a disappointing finish from last year, according to coach Mark Sullivan.

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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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