The Hawkeye

Colby Larsen

Colby Larsen
June 15, 2010

A trip to the movie theater, for most, is simply a escape from the mundane routine of their everyday lives; a chance to tune out and immerse yourself in thoughtless action and an ecstasy of lights,...

Navarre Kerr

Navarre Kerr
June 15, 2010

Three words sum up Navarre Kerr: Where to begin? With his plethora of extracurricular activities, it is hard to imagine how he can still find time for all of his schoolwork. Yet amidst his extreme...

Teryn Bouche

Teryn Bouche
June 15, 2010

The status of high school valedictorian is a pedestal few students ever achieve. Coupled with rigorous courses, numerous extra-curricular activities, and sports year round it is nearly unattainable....

Mini Editorials: A short opinion about everything happening now

May 13, 2010

Originality + school spirit First it was decided that homecoming should be longer than a week and then there were even more random spirit days for little apparent reason. Frankly, five homecoming days...

Gender determines strengths, attractions

February 24, 2010

The birds and the bees has long been a major topic among teens. Girls develop breasts while guys get deeper voices. But does Billy really like your black dress? Does Sally think it’s hot when you...

Men’s basketball photo gallery

Jacob Champoux takes the ball in for a lay up against Jackson. He was the high scorer for Terrace with 17 points. Photo by Navarre Kerr/Hawkeye
January 13, 2010

This is the men's basketball season wrap up. The final game was last night, January 12th against Jackson where Terrace lost 69-49. The overall record was 12-11 and 10-8 in WESCO south.

The low down on the raw diet

September 10, 2009

As the food radar continues to expand, people have broken away from the typical diet and created new ones. From the simple healthier diet to one that would help people lose weight. Among these are the...

Staff mini-eds

Staff mini-eds
September 9, 2009

Can you remember 210 names? This year students and teachers are subjected to class sizes as large as 35 in English classes and up to 43 in P.E. classes. That’s right, classes could get even more chaotic...

Student rights are in jeopardy

September 9, 2009

On May 29, 2008, Avery Doninger of Lewis Mills High School filed an injunction to stop school administrators from removing her from running for senior class secretary because she wrote that the school...

Seattle light rail

September 9, 2009

  An extensive light rail system has been a long time coming in Seattle, but it seems the new millennium has finally ushered in some action out of the political quagmire that has surrounded public...

Lady Hawks take state by storm

June 10, 2009

Hawkeye: How do you feel about your time at state? Chloe Treece: Going into the first day, I wanted to make it to the second day. I was proud I made it. I didn’t play the second day as well as I wanted...

Hiking Club ends another year

June 10, 2009

Thirty-five years-ago, Ray Hanby, a former English teacher at MTHS, established the hiking club for all who wanted to participate and have marvelous time hiking. The Hiking Club usually goes hiking once...

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