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Disgruntled staff seeks revenge

December 18, 2022

Hey there Hawks, we’re back with another letter from the editor. But you may notice that this letter isn’t actually being written by Cecilia or Maggie. No, this isn’t a hostage situation, or an...

Thankful? Nah. Let’s talk dislike

By Maggie O'Hara and Cecilia Negash November 24, 2022

Hey there Hawks, ‘tis November. The month for being thankful, and for being a colonist. Everyone had those assignments in elementary school relating to Thanksgiving somehow, from doing those weird hand...

The hauntings of a young editor

By Cecilia Negash October 31, 2022

Bonjour, Hawks. Halloween is upon us, also known as Hallow’s Eve. What better way to celebrate this ghoulish season than telling scary stories? Now, I’d rather not deal with copyright infringement,...

Time to spread your hawk wings

By Maggie O'Hara and Cecilia Negash September 8, 2022

Freshman year. The beginning of a new saga. The time where you walk, stumble, trudge even into your new daily life for the next four years. All of a sudden you’re no longer surrounded by familiar faces...

The magic of gift giving

By Ritika Khanal December 17, 2021

Hello there, MTHS. Welcome back to my little corner, where I ramble about one thing or another every month. Before I go any further, I want to wish each and every single one of our readers the happiest...

Little actions, large impacts

By Ritika Khanal November 19, 2021

It feels like just yesterday when I walked into the doors of MTHS for the first time, wondering how long it was going to take before I was swallowed whole by a school so big and filled with so many unknown...

A most unusual start

By Ritika Khanal November 16, 2020

Normally, the start of a school year would be a flurry of activity, with freshmen figuring out how to navigate the transition between middle and high school,and others learning their new schedules, room...

Happy holidays from Walden Pond

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief December 24, 2019

December has always appeared to me as a month of sharp dichotomies. Its most common image is that of holiday festivities and the familiar Christmas trees, delicately wrapped presents and peaceful blankets...

Lighting the torch of justice

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief November 28, 2019

At this point, it has become a cliché to say that we live in an increasingly polarized society. By now, we all know the story that always seems to be on an endless loop in the media: whether it’s differences...

Fostering Terrace community

By Nolan DeGarlais October 30, 2019

October has arrived yet again, bringing with it the familiar dreary weather and increasing pace of the school year. As assignments begin to pile up, the sun sets ever earlier and temperatures grow more...

Terrace to celebrate Diamond jubilee

By Jonathan Kwong 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 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...

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