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Federal budget cuts to affect arts, humanities, science

Federal budget cuts to affect arts, humanities, science

By Nolan DeGarlais, Hawkeye staff
May 1, 2017
Filed under Education, News, School News, U.S. and World News

The Trump administration presented a preliminary 2018 budget covering discretionary federal spending on Thursday, March 16. Discretionary spending covers nearly a third of federal spending and includes non-mandatory spending which pays for defense and other federal agencies. Mandatory spending p...

Moving Forward

Moving Forward

By Marianne Nacanaynay, Op/Ed Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under Feature, Featured Stories, News, U.S. and World News

It’s safe to assume most students don’t go to school expecting to not return home. But in this day and age, it’s hard to not be aware of that possibility every now and then—even more so, depending on where a student goes to school. The most recent school shooting to date in the United States ...

Sexual Assault

By Samantha Svikel, Hawkeye staff
March 7, 2016
Filed under Featured Stories, News, U.S. and World News

More than one out of four 12- to 14-year-olds are sexually assaulted – 26 percent – in America. Approximately 1.8 million children and teenagers in the United States have been victims of sexual assault and 35.8 percent of sexual assaults happen between the ages of 12 and 17. Additionally, teenag...

VIDEO: Sen. McAuliffe on education and funding in Washington

VIDEO: Sen. McAuliffe on education and funding in Washington

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief
September 23, 2014
Filed under Featured Stories, Multimedia, News, School News, U.S. and World News

State Senator Rosemary McAuliffe (1st LD) sat down with the Hawkeye to talk about the current education funding crisis in Washington state. McAuliffe is a ranking member on the Senate Early Education and K-12 Education Committee and is a member of the Senate Higher Education Committee. McAuliffe spoke...

SPU shooting suspect had ties to MLT, ESD

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief
June 6, 2014
Filed under News, School News, U.S. and World News

Updated: June 6, 3:12 p.m. Local officials confirmed today that the suspect in yesterday's shooting at SPU had ties to Mountlake Terrace and the Edmonds School District. Aaron Ybarra, 26, was arrested under suspicion of homicide and is being held at King County jail without bail. He is a curren...

MTHS graduate witnesses SPU shooting: ‘he aimed the gun at us’

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief
June 6, 2014
Filed under News, recent, U.S. and World News

Updated June 6, 8:50 a.m. A 19-year-old male student was killed and two others were injured on Thursday when a gunman opened fire at Seattle Pacific University. The suspect has been identified as Aaron Ybarra, 26, a Mountlake Terrace resident. The Seattle Times reports that a 20-year-old wo...

Joint Info Center releases names of missing in Oso landslide

Joint Info Center releases names of missing in Oso landslide

By Hawkeye Staff
March 31, 2014
Filed under News, U.S. and World News

The SR 530 Slide Joint Information Center has released the names of 22 people confirmed missing following last week's landslide near Oso. The list comes from the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit. The press release also indicates that the Sheriff's Office will continue to work with...

Remembering 9/11 through the eyes of the Hawkeye

Remembering 9/11 through the eyes of the Hawkeye

By Nick Fiorillo
September 11, 2013
Filed under News, U.S. and World News

The images and memories of September 11, 2001 have been made permanent in all of our minds. We remember the thousands of American lives lost in the vicious terrorist attacks. We pay tribute to the brave men and women who died to save others. We will never forget that infamous day. After wondering wha...

Terrace to We Day Seattle

Terrace to We Day Seattle

By Erick Yanzon
March 24, 2013
Filed under News, U.S. and World News

15,000 young people around the state are attending the very first We Day in US on March 27, in the Key Arena at Seattle Center. Fueled by the desire for change, and the hope that the world can be a better place, We Day is the call that brings a generation together. We Day is an initiative of Free T...

MTHS graduate killed by lion in California

MTHS graduate killed by lion in California

By Will Khadivi
March 10, 2013
Filed under News, School News, U.S. and World News

Dianna Hanson, a 2007 graduate, was killed by a lion at the Northern California wildlife park where she was an intern. She was 24 years old. Hanson was found dead by investigators in an enclosure and the lion was shot dead by sheriff deputies. “Dianna was just a really outstanding young woman at our ...

Hopeful for the future

Hopeful for the future

By AnhViet Nguyen
November 16, 2012
Filed under Multimedia, News, U.S. and World News

President Barack Obama may have scored a decisive win in his re-election bid on Nov. 6 but expectations remain high. Millions of Americans want the President to do more to improve the economy. Though Obama defeated former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney by a wide margin in the Electoral College, the President ...

Mock election favors Obama

Mock election favors Obama

By Alyssa Vallester
November 9, 2012
Filed under News, U.S. and World News

Some 851 students and teachers registered to vote in the mock elections, which are held every four years for the presidential elections. Humanities teacher Chris Ellinger and his students manned the mock election voting booths in front of the theater on Nov. 6. “Mock elections are an opportunity for stude...

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