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Time to spread your hawk wings

By Maggie O'Hara and Cecilia Negash September 29, 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 challenge with children

By Cecilia Negash, Sports Editor June 16, 2022

Hello there, Hawks. Welcome back to your monthly letter from your co-editor-in-chief. You may notice that I am not the blind girl who, prior to me, would also come on here babbling about any nonsense that...

The fork in the road

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 31, 2022

It was an ordinary September night, and the house was quiet. Through the thin wall separating my brother’s room from mine, I could hear his gentle snores as he slept, and outside, the occasional car...

Butterflies lead to discovery

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief April 21, 2022

I distinctly remember being told that we had just run through our last packet of Craisins. Yet there I was, three days into spring break, kneeling on the kitchen floor with piles of packets in front of...

Don’t judge a book by its cover

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief March 29, 2022

Hi there, Hawks. Welcome back to my little corner of randomness, where today, we’re talking about labels. Now, why labels? Because simply put, the world has too many of them. Ever since the ripe old...

Little actions, large impacts

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief 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...

What Ive learned on my journey with gender dysphoria

What I’ve learned on my journey with gender dysphoria

By Nico Francois, Co-Editor-In-Chief and Graphics Editor November 1, 2021

Gender was a foreign concept to me as a child, something I never paid much attention to until crisis came and smacked me in the face. Like most of my peers at the time, my biggest concern was waking up...

Inclusion must be the norm

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 25, 2021

Hello there, MTHS. It’s Ritika, and for this issue, we’re talking about self-awareness. But, before we go any further on the topic, I should mention that, just in case I haven’t made it blatantly...

Feeling heard and being heard

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief 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...

A most unusual start

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief 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...

Hope is on the horizon

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief March 2, 2020

Sitting down at my desk after getting home from school each day, I often immediately open up a tab, navigate to the school’s calendar and then search for the next school break. Mentally tracking how...

A free press is most deserved by American citizens

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor March 23, 2017

During my sophomore year, the Hawkeye Editor-in-Chief posed a challenge to the Hawkeye staff to memorize and recite the First Amendment. Later that same year, I would buy a T-shirt from a national journalism...

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