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Mason Kellerman

Mason Kellerman, Illustrator, Web Designer

Mason Kellerman (he/him), senior, is the Illustrator and Web Designer for the Marquette Messenger. This will be his third year on staff. Mason is president of Student Council and a member of NHS, Marquette Theatre Company, and French Club. In his free time, he pursues painting and drawing and plays tennis.

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Although America does have some gun regulations in place, our country needs to update its laws to fit the time we are living in.

[Photo] Opinion: America Must Change Gun Laws

Liza Cooper (she/her), Opinions Editor
December 18, 2021
The added stress of having to pick a career field or job right now is weighing down on many high school students shoulders. I believe that there should be less emphasis on knowing exactly what career field one wants to pursue right now and more emphasis on the exploration of potential jobs.

[Photo] Opinion: No, I Don’t Know What I Want to Do

Liza Cooper (she/her), Opinions Editor
November 11, 2021
Listed from one to five are candy apple pretzels, apple cider donuts, iced brown sugar oat milk shaken espresso, smores trail mix, and a cinnamon roll.

Anti-Pumpkin Fall Snacks

Mason Kellerman (he/him), Illustrator, Web Designer
October 24, 2021
Clothing items such as spikes, bandanna or tube tops, and hats are referenced in the MHS dress code policy as seen on the right of the illustration. Teachers can choose to allow students to wear hoodies or hats based on their own classroom rules.

Redressing the Dress Code

Mason Kellerman (he/him), Illustrator, Web Designer
September 3, 2021
Joe Biden’s inaugural address, full of promises of hope and plans for our nation’s future, provides a sharp contrast to the despairing riots by Pro-Trump supporters just two weeks earlier.

[Photo] Calm After the Storm

Liza Cooper, Staff Reporter
February 7, 2021
Juniors received a sample ACT test and scoring instructions in the mail by MHS in the fall in preparation for the school administered ACT on March 2.

ACT, Clean Up Your “Act”

Mason Kellerman, Illustrator
January 11, 2021
Unlike small businesses, Amazon surged during the pandemic. According to the article “Amazon doubles quarterly profit despite Covid-19 costs” by the Financial Times, in the second quarter (April-June), the company had a net income of 5.2 billion. Clearly during the midst of the chaos, Amazon is doing just fine, while small business owners are only trying to make ends meet.

[Photo] Support Small Businesses Over Amazon

Grace Taylor, Social Media Editor
December 25, 2020
A new TikTok trend has brought “Megan is Missing,” a 2011 psychological horror film, back to the surface, and app users are showing their reactions to the raw footage in the movie.“Megan is Missing” stars Megan Stewart (Rachel Quinn), a popular, troubled teen in an unlikely friendship with her innocent best friend, Amy Herman (Amber Perkins).

Movie Review: Megan is Missing

Mason Kellerman, Illustrator
November 21, 2020
A student buys a valentine for themselves.

A Single Valentine’s Day

Mason Kellerman, Illustrator
February 14, 2020
On Dec. 18, 2017, Bryants jersey numbers, 8 and 24, were retired by the Los Angeles Lakers.

[Photo] Remembering Kobe

Carter Van Buskirk, Staff Reporter
February 7, 2020
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[Photo] Friday Fives: Sick Days

Caroline Cudney, Staff Reporter
January 24, 2020
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[Photo] Opinion: Dismantle the Draft

Will Roach, Opinions Editor
January 24, 2020
James Dean, actor, appears above the dates of his birth and death year. Dean will star in his fourth feature film 65 years after his death via cutting edge computer-generated imagery (CGI.)

[Photo] Rebel Without a Demise

Jackson Estwanick, Executive Producer
November 19, 2019
Whats for Breakfast

What’s for Breakfast

Mason Kellerman, Illustrator
October 25, 2019
For the month of October, the Messenger presents the top scary movie picks.

[Photo] The Friday Fives: Scary Movies

Caroline Cudney, Arts & Entertainment Editor
October 4, 2019
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Mustangs Around the World

Mason Kellerman, Staff Reporter
September 8, 2019
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