The Hawkeye

Hawks head to 2A Regionals after losing to Anacortes Seahawks

By Kennedy Cooper, Sports Co-Editor

February 20, 2017

Mountlake Terrace men's basketball came out strong to start off the 2A district championship game at Mount Vernon High School but fell short to the Anacortes Seahawks aggressive defense with a score of 48-38. Led by junior forward Khyree Armstead, the Hawks cut the Seahawks’ lead to six points mi...

The ASB Budget Breakdown:

By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor

September 7, 2016

The MTHS Associated Student Body (ASB) has a meeting at the end of every school year to make the final decision on the school's activities budget for the following school year. This meeting decides what clubs and activities get what amount of money from ASB to support their travel, equipment and production,...

Using STEM to launch her future

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 14, 2016

In 8th grade, Sarah Rose faced a crossroad – go to Edmonds Woodway High School (EWHS) where all of her fellow classmates from Madrona were headed, or to MTHS? EWHS had the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, but MTHS was closer to where she lived. She heard about the STEM program at MTHS and t...

“Forgiveness and redemption”

By Matthew Hipolito, Copy Editor

June 14, 2016

On the first floor of the school, just off the HUB is a long hallway adorned with murals and filled with rooms of computers and tools. The STEM hallway is, for many students, off the beaten path; for many students, the road less traveled by. “[STEM]’s gonna be a wild ride, let’s put it that way,...

The political spectrum

By Isaac Otis, Sam Johnson, Stephi Smith, and Ian Moffet

June 13, 2016

With the 2016 presidential election coming into full swing and political tensions reaching a fevered pitch, it’s not surprising that many students are attempting to find their own political identities. So, where do MTHS students’ political ideologies line up? Between March 14 and 18, the Hawkey...

STEM Expo 2016 showcases diversity, creativity of ideas

By Danielle Barnett, Hawkeye staff

April 21, 2016

Last Monday, April 18, students involved in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math [STEM] programs in grades 4-12 came to MTHS to present the projects they have been working on. These students come from all over the districts to share their projects and ideas at the STEM Expo. MTHS junior, Kai ...

STEM seniors to showcase cumulative projects

By Danielle Barnett, Hawkeye staff

March 11, 2016

On Saturday, March 12, students in the STEM English 12 class are going to compete in the Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) at Bellevue College.  CSRSEF is open to high school students in King and Snohomish Counties to present the projects they have been working on. MTHS seni...

Abstinence-only education is not the only education

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

March 7, 2016

Across the nation, teachers are falling back on their abstinence-exclusive sex education and advising students to simply not have sex rather than teaching them how to have sex safely, such as using a condom or other forms of protection. According to a survey of 4,000 7th- to 12th-grade teachers, ab...

The importance of home court advantage

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

March 7, 2016

The men’s basketball program is has earned a spot in the post-season in eight of the past nine years – finishing as high as 4th in the WIAA State Tourney in 2013 and making it to the state regional round before losing to Bellevue last Saturday. But, in the past two years, the Terraceum has seen a...

Bringing enthusiasm into education: Adam Bazant

By Paxtyn Merten, News Editor

March 7, 2016

Imagine you are in Rome, standing nearby as a man reads out of his Rick Steves’ Italy Travel guide and attempts to describe the significance of a monument to his family while pointing at the wrong one. You intervene and point out that he’s actually looking at a different monument, but before he can get...

The Terrace Idol How To

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff

March 7, 2016

There’s a certain feeling you get when you’re on a stage. Whether it’s the raised platform, the dozens of faces staring back, or a combination of them both, performing is an art in and of itself. Ever since its inception 10 years ago, Terrace Idol has been a consistently popular event that gives st...

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