The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

Editorial

Spotting abusive relationships

Spotting abusive relationships

By Halle Connell and Lucas Barquin February 21, 2024

Abusive, manipulative, and toxic behavior are all too common among teens, especially within romantic relationships. According to Youth.gov, 76% of teenagers report going through emotional and psychological...

Finals schedule frazzles students

Finals schedule frazzles students

By Ciara Constantino, Evan Kerani, and Efrata Solomon February 28, 2023

During finals in January, we had an unusual and stressful block schedule for all students. On Jan. 25, periods 1, 3 and 5 were 105 minutes each. This was the same on Jan. 26, with the only difference being...

Why do we still have final exams in school?

Why do we still have final exams in school?

By Evan Kerani, Hawkeye Staff December 14, 2022

It is finally getting to the most stressful time of the year for many students at MTHS and across the state and country: finals season. The time of the year where you hope that this one test is not enough...

Beware the impact of seasonal depression

Beware the impact of seasonal depression

By Lucas Barquin, Hawkeye Staff December 14, 2022

Do you ever get that feeling? You come home from school in mid-winter or fall, it’s already dark and you feel like it’s hopeless to even do anything. That could be seasonal depression. Seasonal depression...

A posed photo of Arabella Devera looking down at her work with a solemn face, holding a pen and listening to music. In the background, other students are blurred, also working on their own schoolwork.

The pressure of perfection and the disastrous consequences

By Arabella Devera November 28, 2022

If you are currently a student or have ever been one, then you are familiar with that feeling of success and accomplishment when you’ve aced a test or did well on an assignment, as you rightfully should...

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New policy sets a precedent, now its up to students to make your voices heard

By Staff November 26, 2022

As journalists, we have the right and responsibility to speak on current events affecting us both locally and in a wider context, reporting the full truth and amplifying voices that often get overlooked....

Its time to stop deadnaming students

It’s time to stop deadnaming students

By Adrian Subaykan October 21, 2022

Walking into class and seeing a substitute teacher is absolutely terrifying as a trans student. Some teachers say they give a certain list to call out when taking attendance instead of the names on Skyward,...

Caylee Anthony: Justice not served in this tragic case

By Kaitlyn Miller October 21, 2022

Tuesday, July 15, 2008. 911 received a call from Cindy Anthony, Casey Anthony’s mother, reporting her daughter on suspicion that she had stolen a car and money from the family. This was the start of...

Students feel the added weight of testing during COVID pandemic pressure

By Mika Raring and Rachel Davis February 9, 2022

Over the past two years of COVID-19, teachers and students alike have been adapting to the ever-changing structure of learning throughout the pandemic. Teaching methods that were once used so comfortably...

Feeling heard and being heard

By Ritika Khanal September 14, 2021

I’ll never forget the excitement coursing through me this last year as I sat and listened to “Avatar: The Last Airbender” on Netflix using audio description. A majority of the time, when movies or...

What Amy Coney Barrett in the Supreme Court means for students

By Jakob Nacanaynay November 19, 2020

With Amy Coney Barrett being sworn into the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) giving conservatives the majority on the judicial branch, many students are raising concerns over what this means...

Editorial: On chromebooks, personal matters matter

By Hawkeye Editorial Board 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....

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