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June 10, 2009

Honor Society’s 2008-2009 cookie dough fundraiser ended as a profitable success. The group started this year off with a goal of selling a total of $3,000 worth of cookie dough, yet they finished the...

What would we do without you guys?

June 10, 2009

In the last issue of the year, the Hawkeye staff would like to thank everyone who contributed to our success this year. Thank you for your time, energy, commitment and support. We attended two national...

Hawks 2nd in state

June 10, 2009

The Terrace softball team made history as they took second place in the 4A state tournament in Tacoma. Led by dominant senior pitcher Kori Seidlitz and a strong core of seniors, the Hawks cruised their...

Good, bad news online

June 10, 2009

The system that our district has created to enforce and manage Internet filtering is deeply flawed. When, four years ago, I noted the serious flaws in the decision to block blogs at high schools, the process...

Modern adolescents going up in smoke

June 9, 2009

Consider what we believe regarding the amount of knowledge teenagers have regarding the negative consequences of smoking cigarettes, then why would teens start smoking a substance whose addictive properties...

New sheriff!

June 9, 2009

By Jack Clinch There’s a different picture and name next to these words so you must be bewildered. My name is Jack and I’m the new sheriff in town, a town called Asbpublicrelationscoordinatorville. This...

The end of another school year is upon us

June 9, 2009

By Greg Schwab, Principal Graduation for seniors and the end of the school year for underclassmen is just around the corner. I am very excited about all that we have to celebrate this spring.  Here is...

Pass privileges too exclusive

Pass privileges too exclusive
February 4, 2009

High food prices and long lines have caused many students at Terrace to search for alternative dining during lunchtime. With the current off campus pass system we have in place, there are two main passes...

Return of daily advisory

February 4, 2009

Students agree that daily advisory would help out By Amanda Radcliff and Avi Morales Guest writers To many students and teachers, bringing advisory back in the everyday schedule seems like a great idea,...

Perilously politically correct

February 4, 2009

Political correctness sucking the fun out of the holiday season As Dr. Seuss has said in “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas,” “And the Grinch, with his Grinch feet ice cold in the snow, stood puzzling...

Vending machine changes delayed again

February 4, 2009

The new year is opening with many changes, including a adaptations with the vending machines. Policy had it that by the end of February, most vending machine contents would be banned. However, due to negotiations...

Prop 8 sparks protest on Capitol Hill

February 4, 2009

In a sea of bright colors and odd shaped picket signs saying “love, not h8”, close to a thousand people crammed together in Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill in Seattle on Nov. 15. The Anti-Proposition...

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