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Inside Mason’s Red Cross Club

Hedda Jagerskog, Staff Reporter March 22, 2021

Measles and rubella are two similar illnesses that plague underdeveloped countries around the world. These viruses can cause congenital rubella syndrome, which results in birth defects such as brain...

BSU Virtual Meeting

BSU and SJC lead Mason’s plans for Black History Month

Tucker Ward and Elizabeth Creed February 3, 2021

This Monday, February 1, marked the start of Black History Month, and in collaboration with other student groups, the Black Student Union (BSU) has gone all out to bring Black history and education to...

a stack of hat club stickers

What’s up with the GMHS Hat Club?

Eli Wildman, Staff Reporter January 14, 2021

At first, the love of hats at George Mason High School was impromptu and shown sporadically. But this all changed near the beginning of the 2018 school year, when the Hat Club was formed. Shaped...

Victoria Lam

Girls Who Code: Ready to inspire

Ella Gilmore, Staff Reporter October 6, 2020

With six weeks of virtual learning already complete, some clubs are still struggling to come up with ways to meet and pursue their topics of interest. However, this is not the case for Mason's new...

Model UN members in early 2020 at a conference. The club will still be holding virtual conferences and meetings this year. (Photo courtesy of Umika Pathak)

Top 10 virtual clubs to join

Ella Gilmore, Staff Reporter September 13, 2020

Instead of the usual club fair in the GMHS gyms, on Thursday, September 10, Mason students viewed a video and slideshow about the dozens of clubs still offered during the virtual term. You may be feeling...

Senior Matthew Freud working on a deck in a Habitat for Humanity build last year.

From jeans to home insulation: Habitat for Humanity’s Denim Drive

Laura Whitaker, Editor-in-Chief November 25, 2017

George Mason’s Habitat for Humanity Club is holding a denim drive starting Monday, November 27 to pave the way for affordable housing and warm winters for the less fortunate. All jean materials will...

9th Grade Hobby Club, 1952

The Evolution of George Mason through clubs and customs

Fernanda Molina and Melissa Boyle June 14, 2017

Homecoming pictures at a pumpkin patch, being combined with the middle school, and clubs such as Future Homemakers of America are only a couple of the things that are not around anymore. George Mason High...

Key Club members and leaders organize their Trick or Treat bags

Club of the Week: Key Club

Hannah Seiken May 26, 2017

Key Club is an international organization that was founded in 1925 in Sacramento, California, by two administrators who wanted to start a service club at their school that resembled Kiwanis, an adult service...

Key Club members and leaders organize their Trick or Treat bags

CLUB OF THE WEEK: Key Club

Hannah Seiken May 4, 2017

Key Club is an international organization that was founded in 1925 in Sacramento, California, by two administrators who wanted to start a service club at their school that resembled Kiwanis, an adult service...

Entrepreneurs Club

Where start-ups start: The GM Entrepreneurs’ Club

Rebecca Horovitz April 5, 2017

  For 10 years, the Entrepreneurs’ Club has been working hard towards benefiting the George Mason community. Not only does this club encourage the entrepreneurial drive in young students...

LiNKs Club Logo

LiNK Club

Chiara Tartaglino March 22, 2017

The LiNK Club, led by Mason students Esther Kim and Ellen Rhee and sponsored by Ms. Tracey Vandernaald, raises monetary funds to support North Korean refugees. At the end of each school year, the club...

Senior Samantha Steger writing on a laptop

PAIR-ing is caring: the GM PAIR club

Allyson Kryk January 3, 2017

Most refugees only have a few minutes to pack up their most important items before they make the long, dangerous escape from their country. In Falls Church, this is something most residents could never...

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