The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The more you know ... at Terrace
The more you know ... at Terrace
By Charli Gilchrist and Efrata Solomon May 17, 2024

Histories & Mysteries of Terrace... There is never a dull day at Mountlake Terrace High School if you truly go looking. It’s filled to the brim with history, fun stories, traditions, gossip, drama,...

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Michael Russel, under Zach Rogers supervision, swaps out the last swerve wheel for one with fresh tread.
Chilly takes on the world
By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager • May 17, 2024

For the first time in six years Terrace’s Chill Out, FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) team 1778, flew down to...

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Literary magazine illustration recieving Superior award by
National Conference Wins for Hawkeye Journalists
By Rowan Rhoads, Staff • May 17, 2024

In the world of student journalism, the national high school journalism conventions are a massive opportunity for...

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🏆 Seras Top Photo: May🏆 Cody Snow works to build small homes as part of the carpentry program.
May letter from the editors
By Terina Papatu and Seras Bryner May 15, 2024

Reminiscing on the past four years Hey, Hawks! I know this may be a bit unusual, seeing me write something....

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Junior trio Elio Isley, Mya Phin, and Seble Daniel perform Hey Lover by the Daughters of Eve
Terrace performers unite
By Kaelynn Bagley, Staff • March 25, 2024

When opening the doors to the MTHS Theater, expect to be greeted by many gifted students ready to perform and ‘wow’...

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Grades being exposed to -itis plague
Grades being exposed to "-itis" plague
By Ruth Asheber, Staff • March 25, 2024

High school, or in other words said to be the best times of anyone’s life. Parents explain stories of childhood...

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School should support student creativity
School should support student creativity
By Lucas Barquin, Op/Ed Editor • March 25, 2024

The public school system was not built to help artistic students thrive. While in modern day classrooms this isn’t...

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Are finals best for students?
Are finals best for students?
By Kalliope Whalen-Robinson and Yarinet Hernandez Mendoza February 21, 2024

Finals? Who likes them? Poor and little sleep, high levels of stress, and anxiety are just some of the unforeseen...

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May news update
May news update
By Terina Papatu, Evan Kerani, and Halle Connell May 15, 2024

Local Edmonds School District to Cut $10.6 million in costs By Evan Kerani The Edmonds school district...

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Ron Worley stands outside the Hallmark Visitors Center in the same place that J.C. Hall did in the late 1900s. He is retireing after over 27 years with the company.
Kansas City: Continuing the mission
By Evan Kerani, Kaylee Miyamoto, and Adrian Knowlton April 5, 2024

      Nestled right in the heart of Kansas City is the Hallmark Visitors Center....

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Fentanyl deaths up in Seattle
Fentanyl deaths up in Seattle
By Halle Connell, News Editor • March 25, 2024

Seattle has seen an extreme spike in fentanyl deaths since 2022, rising from 385 deaths recorded in 2021 to 1,079...

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Summer school becoming inaccessibe
Summer school becoming inaccessibe
By Madeline Simkowiak, Staff • March 25, 2024

Students of Edmonds School District are once again facing a lack of support with a change to the online summer...

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Junior Svayjeet Singh drives to the basket during the state basketball game against Mt. Spokane H.S. at the Tacoma Dome.
Hawks soar to 4th in WIAA 3A state tourney
By Terina Papatu, Hawkeye Co-Editor-in-chief • March 25, 2024

This season, the boys basketball team flew all the way to the state championship – continuing their...

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Head coach Nalin Sood greeting a player on the court at the WIAA 3A state basketball championship.
Nalin Sood's 37-year coaching career comes to a close
By Terina Papatu, Co-Editor-In-Chief • March 18, 2024

“I can’t put into words how proud I am. They [the men’s basketball team] know how proud I am. If...

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OPENING NIGHT! The Hawks hosted the Ballard Beavers in the first game ever played at the new stadium. While the Hawks fell 9-0, it was standing-room-only as the temporary stands were filled and there were dozens of folks sitting and standing along the 3rd base line to watch the inaugural game under the new LED lights – a first for softball at Terrace.
New softball stadium is a grand slam
By Hawkeye Staff • March 16, 2024

This was more than a home opener for the Hawks, and yes losing 9-0 to Seattle's Ballard H.S. would have...

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The Hawks gather for a team photo following their 65-54 victory over Garfield to earn 4th place at the 3A WIAA state championships at the Tacoma Dome.
Hawks earn 4th at 3A state tourney
By Evan Kerani, Sports Editor • March 2, 2024

The Mountlake Terrace Hawks cruised to a comfortable 65-54 victory Saturday morning to win the WIAA 3A...

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Terrace senior post Gabe Towne  dunks with authority in the fourth quarter to cool the Lincoln comeback.  Senior forward Zaveon Jones (41) yells in support.
Hawks respond, dispatch Abes 67-56
By Doug Petrowski, MLTNews • March 1, 2024

Looking to get back to their winning ways, the Mountlake Terrace Hawks brushed off a 24-point loss...

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Senior forward Jaxon Dubiel drew the unenviable task of guarding the Wildcats point guard Ryan Lafferty.
Wildcats pluck Hawks 82-58
By Hawkeye Staff • February 29, 2024

Just 24 hours after a resounding victory over Todd Beamer H.S. in the Tacoma Dome, the Hawks were outgunned...

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Hawks junior guard Rayshaun Connor led Terrace with 16 points and came up clutch from beyond the 3-point line several times in the Hawks 69-59 victory over Beamer.
Rayshaun Connor drops 16 on Beamer in 69-59 victory
By Evan Kerani, Sports Editor • February 29, 2024

The Hawks won a relatively comfortable victory over the Todd Beamer Titans in the Tacoma Dome on Feb....

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Album cover for Yeat’s project 2093’s Phase 1 and 2. Image Courtesy of Field Trip Recording.
2093 - A review from the future
By Soren Ramerman and Zack Yegremachew April 15, 2024

Psycho CEO (Rating 7.5) Yeat changed his whole sound completely with this song. The production is hard...

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Senior Colin Fahey and Junior Mia Smith portray a couple on a troubled anniversary date in the scene Where it Went.
A cold night for meet-cutes, almost
By Kalliope Whalen-Robinson, Staff • March 25, 2024

Life is full of adventure, trying to find your way, figuring out who you are, who you want to be, and...

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Students Tate Haney, Adelaide St. John,  Elio Isley, and Seble Daniel pose next to a cardboard cutout of Lily Gladstone.
Oscars results shock Terrace community
By Lucas Barquin, Op/Ed Editor • March 25, 2024

Glitz, fame, and glamor. Many individuals dream of a life where their face is projected onto the big...

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Hawk couture: catalog 4
Hawk couture: catalog 4
By Halle Connell, News Editor • March 21, 2024

From oppression to expression, women’s fashion continues to adapt and shift culturally throughout history...

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Check the date for Ramadan
Check the "date" for Ramadan
By Adrian Subaykan, General Staff • March 20, 2024

Eid Al-Fitr is celebrated by our Muslim students throughout Terrace. The month leading up to it is the...

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Fast fashion
Fast fashion
By Kimberly Nguyen, General Manager • March 19, 2024

There have been a plethora of fashion trends over the centuries– some dead, some alive, some revived. In...

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Rocket Hawks fly to state
By Sabin Metallo, Adrian Knowlton, and David Cardwell February 28, 2024

The MTHS esports team, the Rocket Hawks, placed fourth in the Rocket League State Championships on Feb....

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