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Talented English teacher joins forces with the drama department once again

By Hawkeye Staff
April 20, 2011
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The drama department is at it again. After attracting hundreds of students and parents to their award-winning musical “Quilters” in March, they are currently working on a musical that will definitely provide enjoyment, laughter, and an amazing evening. Opening in May, the musical “Back to the ...

‘Quilters’ a highlight of drama festival

By Vince DeMiero
April 13, 2011
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Earlier this month, the drama department put on a musical production, “Quilters”, written by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek, in honor of Women’s History Month, the month of March. With a cast of seven talented young women, their performances were as strong and steadfast as the historical women...

Fundraiser aids band, potentially saves lives

By Frank Hume
April 13, 2011
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Most people do not think twice if their street address is visible from the street and if it is well lit. Being able to see the street adrdress is useful for visitors to be able to find your house with relative ease. Nobody thinks it will ever be a problem, because nothing bad could happen to them, but...

Hot Java Cool Jazz @ the Paramount

By Vince DeMiero
April 13, 2011
Filed under A&E, recent

From Terrace, to the Paramount, to New York. Jazz Ensemble One has achieved great things this year, with plenty more to come On April 15, the 15th annual Hot Java Cool Jazz concert hosted by Starbucks will take place at the Paramount Theater in Seattle. The Concert consists of five of the best high...

All That Jazz: Music department rallies support for Brier Terrace band

By Hawkeye Staff
December 2, 2010
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Due to district budget cuts this school year, the jazz band at Brier Terrace Middle School was one of the programs to get cut. But, with the help of fundraising held by parents and donations, enough money was raised to keep the band around for one more semester. This Saturday, Mountlake Terrace High...

Book Recommendations

By Hawkeye Staff
October 26, 2010
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Still need a book for that English assignment? Looking for a good read to sit down with on the weekend? Here are a few recommendations: “13 Reasons Why” by Jay Asher: When a girl that Clay Jensen is crushing on, Hannah Baker, commits suicide, he discovers a package delivered to him from her. It...

Terrace’s Kontagious Movement making waves

Terrace’s Kontagious Movement making waves

By Hawkeye Staff
September 1, 2010
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From today's KING-TVs New Day NW: "Kontagious Movement is a hip hop dance crew who first came together at Mountlake Terrace High School. Since coming together, they've opened for the "America's Best Dance Crew" tour and can be seen in a commercial for LifeWise Insurance running on TV now. But last month the crew ...

The 9th annual Iron Hawk Competition

The 9th annual Iron Hawk Competition

By Navarre Kerr
April 29, 2010
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On April 29 2010, 14 of Mountlake Terrace High School’s finest chefs paired up to compete in the 9th annual Iron Hawk cooking competition. Inspired by Iron Chef and other competitive culinary arts shows the event has developed an outstanding reputation and attracted attention from numerous student...

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 2010

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 2010

By Navarre Kerr
March 15, 2010
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During the past weekend, in the small town of Moscow, Idaho, the 43rd Annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival brought together several thousand people to celebrate the musical magic of jazz. Thursday morning Dynamics, Accents, and Jazz Ensembles I and II took the 7-hour bus ride across Washington and sacrificed two days of school in order to demonst...

Senior’s film accepted to SIFF

Senior’s film accepted to SIFF

By Megan Resler
March 3, 2010
Filed under A&E, News, School News

Expanding film through education, the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) offers youth under 18 the opportunity to submit their films to the festival for a reduced rate. The program is titled FutureWave. Senior Nick Terry’s film, “Senior Prom,” has been accepted into the festival thr...

Urban City Gig

Urban City Gig

By Navarre Kerr
September 10, 2009
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Bikini baristas seem to have become the latest coffee shop craze in the Mountlake Terrace community. On the evening of August 14 however the eye-catching attraction came not from swim wear but from two guitarists who both possess the uncanny ability to entertain virtually anyone. 2009 graduate Justin Correa and senior Gabe Much pioneered what will almost certainly b...

Should I stay in or go out?

Should I stay in or go out?

By Hawkeye Staff
September 9, 2009
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When the day is done or the weekend has come, the next concern is always how to spend free time. We know that some people like to go out and some people like to stay in, so we have compiled the best list of movies coming out, movies out on DVD, books, video games, restaurants, and recipes....

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