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Hope is on the horizon

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief March 2, 2020

Sitting down at my desk after getting home from school each day, I often immediately open up a tab, navigate to the school’s calendar and then search for the next school break. Mentally tracking how...

Terrace to celebrate Diamond jubilee

By Jonathan Kwong, Yearbook Editor and General Manager September 12, 2019

Each year, the typical letter from the editor for the back-to-school edition of the Hawkeye discusses change.  However, this year is a time to reflect on how we’ve changed. This is the 60th anniversary...

New year, new expression

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief September 12, 2019

With each new school year comes a predictable cycle, at least for those of us who are returning to the now familiar high school routine. For at least a quarter of MTHS students, though, the new school...

Coming back stronger than ever

By Matthew Hipolito, Copy Editor March 27, 2019

Hi, Terrace. It’s been awhile. The hiatus we’ve been on has been one of the longest in The Hawkeye’s 34-volume history. During that time, news has been made and forgotten, and much of it is news...

You can only go up from here

By Ben Eyman March 27, 2019

I often carry my phone all around my house while I do everything. Recently, I was working on starting a load of laundry and during this particular time I was watching Christopher Nolan’s 2005 drama Batman...

It’s up to us to ensure a healthy planet

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2018

Climate change is often mistaken as synonymous with global warming. In reality, global warming is a small portion of what climate change encompasses. While there are political disputes on climate change...

Letter From the Editor: Traditional Living Can Conflict with Morals

By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor March 20, 2018

Seeing from both points of view on a topic is almost always difficult. I struggle with it myself, but I try to stick with my morals when it comes down to it. For example, if one of your moral baselines...

Naviance is not necessary for all students

By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor January 19, 2018

Coming back from winter break, we had a “Naviance day,” where instead of working on classwork or getting teacher assistance from other classes, we were required to work on the “college and career...

Assumptions, stereotypes and connotations

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2017

I was intimidated to write this column in fear of offending people or being thought of as a “feminazi.” That in itself is a huge problem within society. No one should hide their thoughts in fear of...

The guns and the brains

The guns and the brains

By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor April 27, 2017

It seems like every other day there is another mass shooting flashing across the news screens. San Bernardino, Marysville Pilchuck, Fort Lauderdale, Sandy Hook, at Pulse in Orlando, Virginia Tech and Umpqua...

A free press is most deserved by American citizens

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor March 23, 2017

During my sophomore year, the Hawkeye Editor-in-Chief posed a challenge to the Hawkeye staff to memorize and recite the First Amendment. Later that same year, I would buy a T-shirt from a national journalism...

Student voices take center stage at assembly

By Isaac Otis, Managing Editor January 17, 2017

On Jan. 13, ASB and the Black Student Union (BSU) collaborated to bring the students of MTHS one of our best Martin Luther King Jr. assemblies yet. The Dynamics’ rendition of “Rise” by Katy Perry,...

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