The Hawkeye

AnhViet Nguyen Column Issue 1

By AnhViet Nguyen

November 14, 2011

  Ready or not, the new school year is already here. I hope you all had a wonderful summer and enjoyed the beautiful sunshine. Like many of you, I’m very excited for the upcoming school year because of all the things we can accomplish together to make it fun. First, I’d like to welcome...

Greg Schwab Column Issue 3

By Principal Schwab

November 14, 2011

I have had a few things on my mind lately that I wanted to pass along, so here it goes: I must admit, I was more than a little bothered by the last edition’s editorial where it was pointed out that the MTHS Admin team is now comprised of all men and that this gender imbalance could cause female students...

Greg Schwab Column Issue 2

By Principal Schwab

November 14, 2011

You know, I have to be the first to admit that speakers who travel to schools and do all school assemblies can sometimes miss the mark with their motivational messages. Dream big, reach for the stars, believe and achieve. All really good messages but somehow they don’t seem to inspire the way that...

Greg Schwab Column Issue 1

By Principal Schwab

November 14, 2011

Wow. Summer went by really fast. But that’s ok because I am really excited to be back in school again and ready to take on another school year. There are many changes that have taken place over the summer to get our school ready for this year. Some changes involve people and some changes involve stuff. First,...

Dancing is too dirty

By Principal Schwab

April 26, 2011

I chaperoned Tolo a couple of Fridays ago and I must admit, I was not too thrilled with the amount of really inappropriate dancing going on.  While we don’t like being the dance police, we need to continue working at making our school environment more appropriate and this goes for our dances as well. ...

Mr. Schwab’s Column

By Hawkeye Staff

December 1, 2010

I can’t believe that we are already 9 weeks into the school year and that the Holidays are fast approaching.  As I write this, Thanksgiving is a week away and then it’s a short trip to Winter Break.  During this time of year, I often find myself reflecting on what I’d like to see in my world...

ASB’s Column

By Hawkeye Staff

December 1, 2010

Tis the season, yes everyone it’s that time of year!  The time of year where basketballs are bouncing, boys swimmers are swimming and wrastlers are wrastling (My grandfather used to say “wrastlin”) It’s also that time of year for our annual canned food drive and the “Pursuit of the Power...

Letter to the editor

By Hawkeye Staff

November 8, 2010

Dear editor: As a senior our last homecoming means more than the world to us, and it feels as if it has been snatched from us. Many of us feel like having the senior meeting the morning of the assembly knocked down our spirit level. Half of the information they told us applied only to the people attend...

Stew’s Column

By Hawkeye Staff

November 8, 2010

I Love Mountlake Terrace High School…and I want you to love it to. I graduated from Ballard High in 1974 and I loved every minute of my high school experience. Why? In the ’70s our BHS community cared about each other. We wanted everyone to be part of the experience regardless of who they were....

Schwab’s Column

By Hawkeye Staff

November 8, 2010

A couple of recent incidents involving our student body have me kind of bugged. Since I get to write this column for each edition of the Hawkeye, I thought I’d make this a topic. Simply put — what’s with all the booing and negative cheering going on this year? Twice now I have heard it from our...

Goodbye, class of ’10

By Principal Schwab

June 15, 2010

It probably seemed like the day would never come. The last few weeks have been long and filled with the challenges of school work, senior project presentations, final exams. But you are at the end of it all. The days of school “because you have to” are coming to a close and with this closing of...

NBA Playoffs: What’s happening?

By Hawkeye Staff

May 19, 2010

Though the NBA playoffs are no longer possible for bitter Seattle sports fans, basketball fans can still watch, and even enjoy the drama and excitement that play-off basketball creates. This year so far has been no exception. To start with, the Charlotte Bobcats and Oklahoma City Thunder made the playoffs...

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