The Hawkeye

Regarding the Potus

By Amy Harris, Hawkeye Staff

March 23, 2017

This election season has certainly been... something. I should make it clear, I'm not happy with who is in office. I tried to be open minded when he was first elected, through my disappointment. However, as soon as he started announcing cabinet picks, I was done. Not only are they under-qualified, there is ...

Letter to the editor: more perspectives should be represented

By Mindy Felber, Sophomore

March 17, 2015

First off, I would like to thank you for a newspaper that is very well done. I appreciate the different viewpoints, especially on topics and sides that the media, in general, doesn’t really display. I also really enjoy how it seems that your writers are not afraid to express their opinions, no matter how...

Letter to the editor: You don’t need to be a genius to be in STEM

By Nicolas Wolff-Gee, Freshman

March 17, 2015

A Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) class offers something you can experience almost nowhere else. Students are offered a large number of new opportunities, this gives them a chance to break out of their comfort zone and try something new. It doesn’t matter if a student takes robotic...

Letter to the editor: STEM in the new age

By Ryan Dunne, General Manager

March 17, 2015

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) classes are very powerful and important for our future, and will produce tomorrow’s geniuses. I think that STEM classes teach important skills that everyone should know. The difference between advanced math classes, other advanced science classes ...

Letter to the editor: STEM classes lead the way to a brighter future

By Josh Ignacio, Freshman

March 17, 2015

Technology has been evolving ever since tools were used. Today, we are at the point where we have discovered many things, but the knowledge we have today is just the tip of the iceberg when dealing with the hundreds of thousands of secrets waiting to be discovered. Science, Technology, Engineering, ...

Letter to the Editor: Upcoming spirit week needs rethinking

By Elise Hedge, senior

February 6, 2015

Editor's Note: This letter was submitted prior to ASB's decision made on Friday to change next week's spirit days. This letter was part of the testimony given to ASB during its Friday morning meeting. For more information about the change in spirit days, click here. It has been made clear that there will be a "Battle of The Sexes" spirit week at our school and I have some very serious co...

Danielle Hirano, Letter to the Editor

Danielle Hirano, Letter to the Editor

By Denait Medhane

December 17, 2012

Dear Hawkeye, I would like to say that the front-page article of the most recent issue was very well done. I found a lot of truth in it unlike the news media did. I liked the fact that you shed the truth; saying Jose was not special ed. The media will do everything they can to draw in folks for a "juic...

Stephen Merlino, Letter to the Editor

By Erick Yanzon

December 14, 2012

Dear Hawkeye, In Joel Moreno’s KOMO story on the tragic assault at our school he suggested it was a case of “bullying gone too far,” and several times used the words “special ed student” to describe the victim. I have to wonder, therefore, if he or his editor actually care how bullying wo...

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