The Hawkeye

  • Main office to reopen Aug. 8; counseling and ASB offices reopen Aug. 21

  • Schedules for 2018-2019 school year available on Skyward on Aug. 24 at 4 p.m.

  • Back to school Hawk Walk on Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Pooja Jaradi

Pooja Jaradi

By Will Khadivi

June 13, 2012


Filed under Senior Features

You may know Pooja Jaradi as the hard working and smiling teen who is graduating this spring, but what is really behind that smile that she so proudly wears? Wearing a beautiful blue sari during Cultural Week, she danced at the foot of the stage, adding her cultural background into the dance making the...

Kathy Lor

Kathy Lor

By Erick Yanzon

June 13, 2012


Filed under Senior Features

Have you ever wondered who the girl is who wears different colorful wigs and costumes every week? Do you have the guts to do that at school? Well, senior Kathy Lor does. This is how she expresses what she loves to do – cosplaying, sewing, and drawing. Cosplay is a type of performance art in which...

Shawn Semana

Shawn Semana

By AnhViet Nguyen

June 13, 2012


Filed under Senior Features

Despite his numerous accomplishments and activities throughout his high school career, Shawn Semana’s defining qualities are his humility and creativity. Born in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Semana moved to Washington when he was 11 years old. Although he admits that it was a difficult transition, he...

Prom Do’s and Dont’s

By Elbethel Abebe

May 30, 2012


Filed under Feature, Op/Ed

The senior class of 2012 is gearing up for the last dance of their high school career, prom. Students and teachers spend quite a bit of time arranging this dance; everything needs to be perfect right down to the colored streamers, music, and other decorations. Do you find yourself getting nervous as...

Dying for the Hunger Games rave

Dying for the Hunger Games rave

By Serena Urrutia

May 4, 2012


Filed under Feature

Set in a dystopian society, in what used to be North America, stands the Capitol and 12 surrounding districts that provide the Capitol with raw materials and resources. The country, Panem, came to existence after a revolution occurred when District 13 was destroyed. As compensation for the revolution...

Making the right college choice

Making the right college choice

By Will Khadivi

April 13, 2012


Filed under Feature, Multimedia, News, School News

With the end of the year quickly approaching, most MTHS seniors already have their plans for next year together. When choosing a college, there are huge factors that students and their families must take into account. Of course, the cost of a college education is the biggest factor for most s...

Unexplained occurrences

Unexplained occurrences

By Vince DeMiero

January 4, 2012


Filed under Feature, recent

By Serena Urrutia Feature Editor Halloween has passed, but everyone always appreciates a good mystery about the school they attend. If you’ve been attending MTHS long enough you will have probably heard about people encountering strange things happening in the school, especiall Halloween has passed, but eve...

Recap of 2011

By Erick Yanzon

December 6, 2011


Filed under Feature

Indeed, 2011 is coming to an end. The year has definitely gone by fast! But let's recap some of the most significant events that have happened during the course of the year. Let us start with the massive protests that have happened at the beginning of the year in ...

Unexplained occurrences

By Serena Urrutia

November 18, 2011


Filed under Feature

Halloween has passed, but everyone always appreciates a good mystery about the school they attend. If you’ve been attending MTHS long enough you will have probably heard about people encountering strange things happening in the school, especially if you have ever been apart of the drama department...

Grunge turns 20

By Harrison Mains

November 18, 2011


Filed under Feature

In 1989, Pop-Punk band Nirvana released their debut album Bleach, which was a minor local hit. After years of starvation, struggle, and a wide array of different drummers, singer-songwriter Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic had finally put out a full-length album. Cobain came from a broken home...

A decade of recovery

By Serena Urrutia

November 18, 2011


Filed under Feature

Not many, if none, of the underclassmen may remember, but most seniors this year, along with the staff, probably remember waking up on September 11, 2001 and thinking it was going to be another typical day of school or another uneventful day at work, but in fact it was the exact opposite. Of course...

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