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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

  🏆 Seras Top Photo: February  🏆 Juniors Seble Daniel and Elliot Orange portrayed an engaged couple in the drama programs showing of Almost Maine
February Letter from the Editors
By Terina Papatu, Co Editor-In-Chief • February 16, 2024

Life is hard. School, is sometimes even harder. But you know what never fails to make your day brighter? A treat. More specifically, a sweet treat. Especially around finals, students need to study. Some...

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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 by...

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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. 28 to advance...

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A budding future for Terrace
A budding future for Terrace
By Jakob Nacanaynay and Lucas Barquin February 23, 2024
It’s hard to take a stroll through the Mountlake Terrace campus and not notice the litter strewn over the sidewalks and asphalt, let alone the weeds and debris overrunning the natural environment.
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Hawks sink Stormrays
Hawks sink Stormrays
By Evan Kerani, Sports Editor • February 21, 2024

The Hawks capped off an incredible season with a big playoff win over Shorewood, with the Hawks defeating the Stormrays...

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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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New Mean Girls movie
New "Mean Girls" movie
By Kaelynn Bagley, Staff • February 21, 2024

A new era of the Mean Girls saga was introduced in theaters across America on January 12, 2024. Written by Tina...

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All you need is love
All you need is love
By Charli Gilchrist, Graphics Editor • February 21, 2024

February is a time so focused on hearts, flowers, soft pinks of romance and couples it can get mildly overwhelming....

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Spotting abusive relationships
Spotting abusive relationships
By Halle Connell and Lucas Barquin February 21, 2024

Abusive, manipulative, and toxic behavior are all too common among teens, especially within romantic relationships....

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Yaretzi Ramirez Olivera displays a colorful Mexican huipil dress during the fashion show
Students represent their cultures at assembly
By Ciara Constantino and Mylin Nguyen February 20, 2024

Every year, the Multicultural Assembly gives students the opportunity to represent their culture. Students show...

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Israel accused of genocide in the International Court
Israel accused of genocide in the International Court
By Halle Connell and Efrata Solomon February 20, 2024

South Africa instituted a case against Israel for genocidal acts against the Gaza Strip in the wake of attacks...

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Running back Nate Brown gets tackled by an opposing defender in a game against Jackson H.S.
Hawks soar to first round of state
By Evan Kerani, Sports Editor • December 13, 2023

The Hawks varsity football team made it to state for the first time in years. They finished the season...

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Middle hitter Catherine Brown blocks the ball from the middle front position in MTHSs game against Lynnwood H.S.
Rewind: A tough season of volleyball
By Ethan Ha, General Staff • December 13, 2023

Over this fall, there have been many sports events. Sports are a great way to form new connections and...

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Athletes must be able to earn P.E. credit
Athletes must be able to earn P.E. credit
By Kalliope Whalen-Robinson and Yarinet Hernandez-Mendoza November 2, 2023

Are you currently playing a sport at MTHS? Soccer, football, or maybe cross country, swimming or volleyball? Do...

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How can I rewatch that game? HBN!
"How can I rewatch that game?" HBN!
By Clay Sandstrom, HBN Leadership • October 30, 2023

HBN, or Hawk Broadcasting Network, live streams both men’s and women’s varsity basketball games on...

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Its possible to quit smoking/vaping
It's possible to quit smoking/vaping
By Hannah Sevier, General Staff • December 12, 2023

According to drugabusestatistics.org,“2.08 million (8.33%) of 12-17 year olds nationwide have reported...

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Health clinic comes to Terrace
Health clinic comes to Terrace
By Kaylee Miyamoto, Online Manager • December 12, 2023

As late as Feb. 2024 and possibly sooner in Jan., Terrace students will have access to dental, medical,...

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The effect of homelessness and poverty on students
The effect of homelessness and poverty on students
By Desmond Conrad and Brennan Bahe • October 13, 2023

A 2021-22 report made by the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (WOSPI), stated...

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Saltburn movie review
By Brennan Bahe and Desmond Conrad • February 21, 2024

Saltburn is a very interesting, intriguing, and disturbing movie. It very quickly establishes an uncomfortable...

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Senior Braden Ryder performs trombone at SNO-KING
Musicians hit a high note at SNO-KING
By Kaylee Miyamoto, Hawkeye Staff • February 21, 2024

Four talented musicians from MTHS’s band and orchestra program have been selected to perform with the...

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The Urban City menu, where dozens of students order their go-to orders every day.
Hawks flock to locally owned cafe
By Kaelynn Bagley, Staff • February 21, 2024

Urban City Coffee has become a hot spot for the students and staff of MTHS. It originated in Silverdale...

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One place, two place, your place, third place
One place, two place, your place, third place
By Ruth Asheber, Staff • February 21, 2024

The idea of the third place originated from the book “A Great Good Place” by Ray Oldenburg. In general...

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Showcase Tradition Continues
Showcase Tradition Continues
By Kaelynn Bagley, Staff • February 20, 2024

When stepping into the MTHS band room on Feb. 1st, I was met with brilliant stage lights, contrasting...

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Mya Phin sings her heart out for the cover of the Van Halen song, You Really Got Me, at the Performing Arts Showcase alongside Liam Rees, Brody Rees and Mr. Faul
The music boosters bring a new tradition to Terrace
By Kaelynn Bagley, Hawkeye Staff • December 13, 2023

Mountlake Terrace students and families alike attended the Performing Arts Showcase on Thursday November...

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Five Nights at Freddys: The Game: The Movie: The review
Five Nights at Freddy's: The Game: The Movie: The review
By J Gurney, General Staff • December 13, 2023

On Oct. 27th, a film that has been anticipated for 8.5 years, was finally released. The Five Nights at...

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