Diwali embraced by religions across Mason

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer Most holidays are celebrated by a single religion. This Indian festival is shared by three. Diwali is a five day-long holiday observed in several religions, including Hinduism, Sikhism, and Jainism. Although each religion celebrates Diwali at the same time, they have different meanings behind the holiday and sometimes refer to it under varying names to […]

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Comets Take Down Hamilton in Homecoming Game

Cody Allgor | Staff Writer The Comets returned to Dwire Field to host Hamilton and they didn’t disappoint. However, it was not an ideal start, as Hamilton put up two touchdowns on their first two possessions, much to the disappointment of the black hole, who had seen this pattern before. In response, Quarterback Collin Brown came up big with a […]

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Photo Gallery: 2019 Homecoming Pep Rally

Anushka Mukherjee | Staff Writer Henri Robbins | Online Editor Mason hosted their 2019 Homecoming Pep Rally on October 4, the day before their homecoming dance. The event saw various performances from groups such as the Cheerleaders and Comet Skippers, along the Seniors vs. Teachers Dance Battle and the Homecoming Court Relay Race. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow […]

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Comets Defeat Sycamore 21-14 for Second win of Season

Ann Vettikkal | Staff Writer The Mason Comets came away from Sycamore with an incredible 21-14 victory last night in the battle of the skies. With an exciting, up-and-down game, the rivalry didn’t disappoint, but the Comets eventually pulled away in the Fourth Quarter with a 65 yard touchdown pass by Collin Brown to Alec Dardis. The Comets improve to […]

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Boys Soccer Remains Undefeated against Sycamore

Archie Barton | Staff Writer The Mason Comets defeated Sycamore 2-0 Thursday night, keeping up their undefeated record for the season and bringing them to 6-0-0 in the GMC. Sycamore is now 5-1-1 for the season. Both Ben Damge and Colby Kramer found the net for the Comets in the shutout. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. Photos […]

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K-9 Officer Orion Patrolling the Halls of MHS

Abby Miller | Staff Writer Dogs – they steal people’s hearts and are irresistible to stay away from.  But, besides the furry friends that most of us are used to, there are also K-9 or service dogs, here at MHS. According to campus safety Officer Karli Dyer, it’s important to know the difference between a K-9 and a therapy dog, […]

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Album Review: Ginger by Brockhampton

Henri Robbins | Online Editor Rating: 9/10 Publicized as a “Summer album” for the months before its release, Brockhampton’s Ginger fulfills that claim only in the broadest of senses, yet still knocks it absolutely out of the park. Opening with a somber guitar and the resounding cry of “I don’t know where I’m going,” the  project immediately marks itself as […]

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