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Historical fiction reads

Historical fiction reads

By Sicily Weitz, Hawkeye Staff October 21, 2022

Although student life has been stressful with school starting again and the sudden increase in homework, people still might want to sit down and read a book, whether it’s for personal enjoyment, a school...

Much to get excited about in the world of gaming

Much to get excited about in the world of gaming

By Dewey Jones October 21, 2022

SEGA The biggest upcoming game on SEGA’s agenda is “Sonic Frontiers,” releasing on Nov. 8. From what was shown in the trailers and responses from playtesters, the game will be setting a new standard...

Mysterious and mystifying: Teacher book recommendations

October 14, 2022

By Denise Tripp “A Taste for Monsters” by Matthew Kirby. In 1888, seventeen-year-old Evelyn Fallow, herself disfigured by the phosphorus in the match factory where she worked, has been hired as a...

Quilters: Intersectional issues through a historical lens

By Maggie O'Hara and Rachel Davis 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....

Freshmen Seth Meyers, Sage Jennings and Jane Bradley watch as Matt Williams takes a piano solo during “Cousin Mary”.

Favorites return and freshmen debut at Jazz Collective concert

By Amy Harris September 9, 2019

On the evening of August 29, students from the MTHS Jazz program came together for an intimate, hidden gem of a concert. The standard format, in which performers are segregated into their classes --...

“Leading Ladies” finishes the school year

By Marianne Nacanaynay, Op/Ed Editor June 1, 2017

“English girls are a whole other thing,” senior Hannah Marshall’s character, Audrey, says in the last play production of the year, “Leading Ladies”. It’s in “Leading Ladies” where that...

Review: SIFF film “Bad Day For The Cut” presents unconventional take on revenge

By Gavin Norley, Hawkeye staff May 30, 2017

"Bad Day For The Cut" is an Irish thriller/comedy directed by Irish filmmaker Chris Baugh that was shown at the Seattle International Film Festival. The film’s premise consists of farmer Donal who lives...

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