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May News Update

May 1, 2023

A lot happens in a month. From fashion to finance, we are constantly bombarded by headlines from around the world.  Here are the Hawkeye’s picks for what you need to know. State Misconceptions...

Charli Gilchrist

Following tragedy, solutions arise

By Halle Connell April 16, 2023

On March 30, a massive uproar in Nashville, Tennessee, led to a protest where 7,000 high school students protested within the Tennessee capital. The start of the protests were three days after the Nashville...

March News Update

March 21, 2023

  A lot happens in a month. From fashion to finance, we are constantly bombarded by headlines from around the world.  Here are the Hawkeye’s picks for what you need to know. Local Detective...

Restrictions on transgender healthcare

Restrictions on transgender healthcare

By Lucas Barquin and Adrian Knowlton March 11, 2023

Earlier this month, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed into law a ban against all gender-affirming care for transgender youth under the age of 18. The bill, signed on March 2, 2023, not only prohibits gender-affirming...

By Charli Gilchrist

The latest climate uproar: The Willow Project

By Halle Connell and J Gurney March 10, 2023

During President Joe Biden’s early presidency, he announced efforts to reduce the amount of fossil fuels and greenhouse gas emissions in the air. But now, many are questioning his motives along with...

By Charli Gilchrist

What a country without Roe v. Wade means for the Future

By Lucas Barquin , Hawkeye Staff March 5, 2023

Living in a post Roe v. Wade world, many people – particularly minorities – are scared for what the future may hold.  On Friday, June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, getting rid...

February News Update

February 27, 2023

A lot happens in a month. From fashion to finance, we are constantly bombarded by headlines from around the world. Here are the Hawkeye’s picks for what you need to know. Local Intruder prompts changes...

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December News Update

Local Snowy conditions plague the district By Ethan Holt A massive power outage impacted thousands of people throughout Snohomish County on Tuesday, Nov. 29.  According to the Everett Herald, “Over...

The beautiful game in Qatar

The beautiful game in Qatar

By Efrata Solomon, Hawkeye Staff December 15, 2022

As we kick-off the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, here’s a recap of its most shocking and impressive moments, filled with details of all the upsets, surprise wins and devastating defeats, with...

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SCOTUS ruling could impact Native American sovereignty

By Halle Connell November 29, 2022

The ICWA (Indian Child Welfare Act) has been in place for more than 43 years. It was enacted in 1978 to protect Native American children from being unlawfully removed from their homes and placed with non-Native...

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November News Update

By Halle Connell, Terina Papatu, Rachel Davis, and Virginia Aslept-Beaty November 14, 2022

National Biden's response to Ukraine war By Halle Connell After Russian President Vladimir Putin’s attack on Ukraine starting in 2014 and the recent increase in attacks from Russia, other countries...

As the war continues, Ukraine holds its ground

As the war continues, Ukraine holds its ground

By Casey Carpenter October 21, 2022

Russian forces moved into Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022, looking to capture key cities and force the country into submission, and the repercussions are even being felt at MTHS.  Russian president Vladimir...

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