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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

Rodney Budden

Rodney Budden, Graphics Editor

Rodney Budden is a senior at MTHS and is the graphics editor of The Hawkeye. He joined in his freshman year in order to expand his horizons, as well as make a few new friends. This year, he aspires to help newer members of the team and hone in on his drawing skills. In his free time, he likes to play the drums and collects band shirts as a hobby. His favorite bands are Mastodon, A Perfect Circle, and Type-O-Negative. He also enjoys traveling to new places around the state.

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by Hawkeye Staff

[Video] Beneath San Francisco’s Union Square

By Kaylee Miyamoto and Evan Kerani
April 21, 2023

  In the center of Union Square is a symbol that calls back to its historical past. The Dewey Monument towers over the square, dedicating the victory by the Americans...

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UNION JACK

[Photo] November News Update

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

Voter Box

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British flag gray scale

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A chart of the most common responses upperclasmen gave when asked what advice theyd give to incoming freshmen. Out of 56 responses, the most common was study more, procrastinate less with 14 people saying it, followed by join clubs and go to school events with 10 responses, be yourself with 9 responses, be humble with 7 responses, socialize with 6 responses, try new things with 5 responses, respect your peers with 3 responses, and last but definitely not least, dont date a junior or senior with 2 responses.

[Photo] Advice from one class to another

September 11, 2022

The most common responses upperclasmen gave when asked what advice they'd tell to incoming freshmen.

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