The Hawkeye

Lucy Schermer: A perfect mix of passion and grace

Lucy Schermer (right) performs a piece at her senior flute recital on May 9 at the MTHS Theater, accompanied by pianist Kristine Anderson (left).

By Emily Anderson, Staff

June 11, 2014

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geGGijNVmhE She first picked up flute at the age of four. Fourteen years later, Lucy Schermer has become one of the most recognized musicians in the MTHS instrumental music program. She isn’t the first musician in her family, however. Her mom used to play the violin...

Is this Normal!?

By Kimberly Nelson

September 10, 2009

Hi Campers, Welcome back to a new school year. It is nice to see all your shiny faces! Sometimes summers turn out way different that you plan. Here’s what I learned or did during my summer vacation: •Discovered Urban Decay makeup. • Attending or participated in a personal record number of weddings...

Mural update

Mural update

By Ryanne Vogel

June 10, 2009

Andrew Morrison, popular local Native American artist and Mountlake Terrace High School graduate, was notified of the cancellation of the multicultural mural he was painting in the Hub in fourth week of March. The prepping and painting of the multicultural mural was planned to begin during Spring Break. ...

The economy is only getting worse

By Shahrum Ali

June 10, 2009

We are living in exponential times. For example, did you know that it is predicted that this year will generate 4 exabyte’s (4x10^19) of unique information? That’s more info than the past 5,000 years. But, amongst these wild changes, the threat of the status quo is also rising exponentially. “Wars”...

The belated – and unnecessary – experience

By Sharon McClintock

June 10, 2009

Senior experience: taking quizzes about yourself that rival those of Facebook, dressing up for an imaginary job five years from now, and pretending to have kids for the sake of sometimes messed up scenarios. Isn’t your experience as a senior supposed to be enjoyable? Most of the curriculum in senior...

SWAT and police take over Terrace for mock lock down

By Shahrum Ali

June 10, 2009

On May 28 Mountlake Terrace High School was under a two and a half hour hard lock down drill. Unlike regular school lock downs, this drill was coordinated by and involved mainly the Brier and neighboring police and safety departments. The scenario was to have an active shooter(s) within the school, with...

Robotics update

Robotics update

By Shahrum Ali

June 1, 2009

While winter sports are finishing up, Robotics Team is starting to prepare for this year’s competition. The weekend of March 6 marks the start of this year’s regional competition. The team will start by traveling to Portland for their first face-off, and then later to the Seattle Key Arena for...

Snow keeps students indoors

By Sharon McClintock

February 4, 2009

Edmonds School District (ESD) along with many other school districts in Washington state suffered from snowstorms just before winter break. Snowstorms continued to block roadways for about two weeks. In response to these weather conditions, several days of school were canceled. Principal Greg Schwab...

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