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Transgender youth exist

Transgender youth exist

By Cierra Markert and Issa Moffet

October 25, 2016

You would never want one of your friends to feel unsafe coming to school, so why would you want someone else to feel that way just because they are a little different? The transgender community is growing larger and larger each day because it is now considered “socially acceptable” to be who y...

Men’s Cross Country goes extra mile to support all athletes

Steve Willits – the voice of the Hawks and Sound Live Sports Network.

By Steve Willits

October 2, 2013

If you attend a Mountlake Terrace High School sporting event, there is a very good chance that you will see Jack Pearce and Peter Kidane. The top two runners on the MTHS boys cross country team seem to be everywhere!! I see them and many of their teammates standing in the front row of football games;...

Do’s and Don’ts of Picture Day

Do's and Don'ts of Picture Day

By Beza Ayele, Op/Ed Co-Editor

September 5, 2013

It’s that time of the school year again, where you find yourselves captured in front of flashing cameras and bright lights. And no, we’re not talking about your screaming paparazzi begging for your signature. We’re talking about Picture Day. Picture Day is a day dreaded or loved by most students. Always struggling with the always un-answe...

Welcome Hawksquawk!

By Austin McDermott, Sports Co-Editor

September 5, 2013

The Hawksquawk is the new Hawkeye sports blog! In this we will be giving a more candid, personal outlook on both MTHS school sports as well as some local professional teams. It will be updated daily and will feature some guest personalities. Stay tuned for more to come from the Hawksquawk!

VIDEO: Hawks’ first day of school

VIDEO: Hawks' first day of school

By Denait Medhane

September 4, 2013

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Cuplin’s journey in Japan continues

Cuplin's journey in Japan continues

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

June 18, 2013

Living in Sapporo, Japan, Hawkeye staff writer Stephen Cuplin is in month four of his year long exchange student program. Cuplin is currently in the process of changing host families, after unexpected circumstances arose. In his latest blog entry on June 17, Cuplin wrote the following: Things are stil...

Spencer Froelick voices his opinion about his experience as a Hawk

Spencer Froelick voices his opinion about his experience as a Hawk

By Spencer Froelick

June 12, 2013

It was a day much like today—a day exactly nine months ago, blanketed with a picturesque blue sky that failed to betray the sad ugly truth that summer had finally been vanquished—that I stood rather uncertainly before Mountlake Terrace High, wondering what would await me inside. Upon entrance,...

Cuplin’s Journey: week 2

Cuplin gets some help from young new friends while working on his Japanese characters.

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

April 8, 2013

Sophomore and Hawkeye staff writer Stephen Cuplin is a now a foreign exchange student, living in Sapporo, Japan. He reflects on his first day of school and life so far away from home. Second Week, First day of school! Japan truly is a fantastic place, I see this more and more everyday. Everyone is...

My life as an exchange student in Japan

As Cuplin entered the airport into Japan, his one year journey as an exchange student began.

By Stephen Cuplin

April 1, 2013

MTHS sophomore and writer for The Hawkeye Stephen  Cuplin has began a one year program as a exchange student in Japan. Cuplin is living in Sapporo, on Japan's northern island. He is taking us along this incredible experience and will be updating the Hawkeye regularly. Below, Cuplin describes his first...

Pained Hearts by Ryan Austin Ogilvie

<i>Pained Hearts</i> by Ryan Austin Ogilvie

By Denait Medhane

January 29, 2013

EDITOR'S NOTE: Senior Ryan Austin Ogilvie's asked to put his poem in The Hawkeye for his senior project.  PAINED HEARTS The homeless man walks a cold street His clothes torn and share him no warmth at all He carries a bag of peanuts, but he does not eat them He instead gives them to the o...

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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