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Me Too

Me Too

By Nhung Lam, Hawkeye Staff

January 19, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, U.S. and World News

Alyssa Milano, an actor, singer and activist, took one twitter hashtag, #MeToo, and revived the movement against sexual harassment and assault on women, originally campaigned by activist Tarana Burke in 2006. On October 15, Milano turned to Twitter, posting, “If you’ve been sexually harassed or...

A Period Piece

A Period Piece

By Annika Prom, Lifestyle Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

Making the Decision Feminine hygiene product (FHP) dispensers are being reinstalled in girls’ bathrooms to increase their accessibility, following a decision by the staff and administration. MTHS formerly had these dispensers, which provided pads and tampons, but removed them due to vandalism on th...

Teenage pregnancy, education stigmas

Teenage pregnancy, education stigmas

By Bani Bedi, Hawkeye Staff

January 19, 2018


Filed under Feature, News, Uncategorized

High school is full of ups and downs ranging from stress in devising an impeccable college application to pressures of conformity to traversing social groups. While attempting to overcome these challenges and uphold  standards, other aspects of life may shift, which may or may not be in one’s contr...

Key Club doubles in donations for toiletry drive compared to years past

Key Club doubles in donations for toiletry drive compared to years past

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

April 11, 2017


Filed under Featured Stories, News, School News

The MTHS Key Club’s toiletry drive has been more successful than years past, according to advisor and psychology teacher Kimberly Nelson. The month-long charity project began March 14 and is set to accept donations until this Friday, April 14. Most of the donations come from Key Club members sta...

Structural racism may be prevalent in MTHS, community

By Gavin Norley, Hawkeye Staff

January 12, 2017


Filed under A&E, Lifestyle, Op/Ed

MTHS is full of different groups and people. But one question comes to mind when observing these groups: Do the students hang out with the people in their groups because of their race? Think about your race. Now, think about the race of all your friends. Is it diverse or are all of you the same? ...

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