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The future in store

By Andy Shaw, ASB Public Relations Officer
June 17, 2017
Filed under Op/Ed, PR Column

Seniors. We love some, we dislike some, but no matter how you feel about them, a piece of you and MTHS is lost when they graduate. In the spirit of graduation, I decided to interview Aarthi Yogendran, Hani Nakkour and Judy Tran, a couple of seniors who represent the MTHS community well. Each one has be...

Coexistence does not mean acceptance

Coexistence does not mean acceptance

By Matt Correa, Hawkeye contributer
April 27, 2017
Filed under Letter to the Editor, Op/Ed

It is often said, in our society allegedly riddled with intolerance and prejudice from the right wing, that we should accept people of all cultures and beliefs - the notion being that no one should be judged for their opinions, their personal beliefs and especially not for their immutable traits such...

Dear President Trump

Dear President Trump

By Samantha Svikel, Hawkeye staff
April 27, 2017
Filed under Dear President, Op/Ed

My name is Samantha Svikel. I’m a sophomore at Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Wash. and a reporter for my school’s publication, the Hawkeye. A few months ago you were elected into office and it surprisingly wasn’t as much of a shock to me as it was to others. I was defini...

Dear President Donald Trump Project

March 24, 2017
Filed under Op/Ed, Uncategorized

President Donald Trump has been making what seems like every headline in the news these days. It’s not necessarily because he’s a bad leader, but more due to his differences from former President Barack Obama. There are a lot of feelings in our country, community and around the world right now. ...

A free press is most deserved by American citizens

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor
March 23, 2017
Filed under Letter from the Editor, Op/Ed

During my sophomore year, the Hawkeye Editor-in-Chief posed a challenge to the Hawkeye staff to memorize and recite the First Amendment. Later that same year, I would buy a T-shirt from a national journalism convention that read the First Amendment. This past summer, I attended class sessions held in the Newseum ...

Kindness matters

Kindness matters

By Marianne Nacanaynay, Op/Ed Edtitor
January 19, 2017
Filed under Op/Ed

On the morning of Nov. 9, 2016, darkness tempted the sun’s wrath, the murk well-aware of its presence both literally and figuratively. The overcast weather only further enforced a mood of confliction that no one seemed to quite understand how to handle regardless of whose side they stood on. It took ...

Fight or flight

By Kim Stewart, Athletic Director/ Activities Coordinator
January 17, 2017
Filed under Op/Ed, Staff Column

Looking back at 9/11 and more recently the Boston Marathon blast, people have started to write about and praise “first responders,” a person when hearing or seeing a catastrophe runs toward the incident immediately looking to help regardless of their previous training. OK, I know what you’re thinking. ...

New year, new you

By Samantha Garcia, ASB Public Relations Officer
January 17, 2017
Filed under Op/Ed

At the start of this year, we are all guilty of making new year’s resolutions. From “I am going to lose weight” to “I am not going to do notes the day before they’re due,” everyone has that one thing they want to change. This is the start of a new year and we are 5 months into the school so...

Some thoughts for the new year

By Greg Schwab, Principal
January 17, 2017
Filed under Op/Ed, Staff Column

Welcome to 2017! And congratulations to all of us for making it through the first half of the school year. This year is shaping up to be one that we will all remember for some time to come. I wanted to share a few thoughts with you all as we embark on the second half of the school year. At the school level,...

Student voices take center stage at assembly

By Isaac Otis, Managing Editor
January 17, 2017
Filed under Letter from the Editor, Op/Ed

On Jan. 13, ASB and the Black Student Union (BSU) collaborated to bring the students of MTHS one of our best Martin Luther King Jr. assemblies yet. The Dynamics’ rendition of “Rise” by Katy Perry, a symbolic performance from selected members from the drum line and a version of Martin Luther King...

Structural racism may be prevalent in MTHS, community

By Gavin Norley, Hawkeye Staff
January 12, 2017
Filed under A&E, Lifestyle, Op/Ed

MTHS is full of different groups and people. But one question comes to mind when observing these groups: Do the students hang out with the people in their groups because of their race? Think about your race. Now, think about the race of all your friends. Is it diverse or are all of you the same? ...

Making the Newseum my home and 50 other student journalists my family

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor
December 2, 2016
Filed under Featured Stories, Op/Ed

Sometime in the January of 2015 I tweeted “the Newseum is literally my home” after having taken a trip while visiting D.C. for a national high school journalism trip and later, in June of 2016, that became all too true. From June 18-23, I was able to make that tweet a reality when I spent f...

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