The Hawkeye

Symphonic Band and Chamber Winds amaze at winter concert

January 15, 2020

Backstage on December 17, the large MTHS Symphonic Band whispered excitedly before they went on stage. “It’s our last concert of the decade,” someone quipped, probably for the hundredth time. The...

Fatal car crash leads to fire, road closure

44th Avenue West was blocked off in both directions at 220th Street Southwest and buses were directed toward an alternative route.
January 6, 2020

44th Avenue West just south of Mountlake Terrace High School reopened at around 3 p.m. on Monday after being closed most of the day due to a fatal vehicle accident that led to downed power lines and...

Orchestra and choir unite for last concert of the decade

January 3, 2020

On Tuesday, December 17, choir and orchestra students came together for their annual winter concert. The concert was especially notable as the last one of the decade for both Terrace’s choir and orchestra.  Under...

The Endangered Species Act faces extinction

In less than three years, the Trump administration has dismantled key protections
January 3, 2020

In August the Trump administration announced significant changes to the ways in which the Endangered Species Act is applied. These modifications were derided by environmentalists as a considerable weakening...

Food drive helps neighbors in need

December 28, 2019

Throughout November, Terrace students watch as the back end of the HUB is gradually filled with canned and boxed food items donated by students, staff and community members. This occurs each year as a...

SAT? ACT? So, which standardized test is the best fit for you?

December 27, 2019

It’s already that time of the year when sophomores and juniors are taking their ACT or SAT college entrance tests and seniors are submitting college applications. Whether a freshman, sophomore or junior,...

Reading the change you want to see in the world

December 26, 2019

From the minute I had each letter of the braille alphabet under my fingers, I wanted a book. Not merely a picture book or a short story, but a “big kid” book. So, I started out with the seven books...

Jazz celebrates holidays, previews things to come

Terrace's celebrated jazz program performs classic holiday tunes and timeless jazz standards at Dec. 12 concert
December 26, 2019

Winter is perhaps the busiest time of year for the Mountlake Terrace Jazz bands. They just finished a round of clinics with esteemed musician Justin DiCioccio less than a week after coming back from a...

Editorial: On chromebooks, personal matters matter

December 26, 2019

On Dec. 2, 2019, the Edmonds School District Technology Director Cynthia Nelson sent out an email to all ESD students and staff announcing the termination of personal accounts on District-issued Chromebooks....

Happy holidays from Walden Pond

December 24, 2019

December has always appeared to me as a month of sharp dichotomies. Its most common image is that of holiday festivities and the familiar Christmas trees, delicately wrapped presents and peaceful blankets...

Quilters: Intersectional issues through a historical lens

December 23, 2019

The MTHS drama department’s first production of the 2019-2020 school year was “Quilters,” a musical based on the book “The Quilters: Women and Domestic Art” by Patricia Cooper and Norma Bradley....

Personal accounts may be removed from Chromebooks

December 22, 2019

What would it be like if you could only use your official school Google account on your district-issued Chromebook? Students may soon find out, although the district's IT department has delayed the move...

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