The Hawkeye

Cell phones should be used, not refused

By Mike Guevarra

March 11, 2013


Filed under Op/Ed

For quite some time now, cell phones have been stuck with a bad reputation in classrooms everywhere. The piece of technology many people cannot bear without is rebuked in schools. Considered one of our generation’s most profound inventions is cast aside in classrooms for us to adore Gutenberg’s...

Rock thrown through Schwab’s window

Rock thrown through Schwab’s window

By Will Khadivi

December 10, 2012


Filed under News, School News

A rock was thrown through the Principal Greg Schwab's office window, causing a minor amount of damage. The rock was thrown either earlier this weekend or early Monday morning. Rocks were also thrown into windows downstairs near the wrestling room. In recent days, MTHS has drawn significant...

Healthy school food is destined to fail

Healthy school food is destined to fail

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2012


Filed under Op/Ed

Even though more opportunities to eat healthier have been introduced into the ways Terrace students get their food, these healthy options have been set up to fail. The incredible amount of uncompetitive pricing going on at MTHS has made bringing a meal from home the only option that is both healthy and...

Ratanachat Saelee making a brighter future

Ratanachat Saelee making a brighter future

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2012


Filed under The425

Saelee and her family own and operate one of Mountlake Terrace’s hidden gems, Amorn Thai Cuisine. Named for her father, Amorn, the store is run by Ratanachat Saelee, her mother, father, grandmother, and brother. Together, the five work day and night to support themselves in a country they are still...

WHACK! Education loses big at the budget ax hits hard in Olympia

By admin

April 29, 2011


Filed under News, School News

New plans are coming in from all different angles on how to deal with the problems communities face with funding schools and public education. With students already feeling new pressures of having to pay for printing, why would we want to stress more students with additional teacher pay cuts, possible...

MTHS: Tips for Success

By Olivia Driscoll

January 18, 2011


Filed under Feature

If you find yourself starring into the abyss in the middle of class only to be brought back to reality when you hear your teacher tell you to get started on a project, and you realize you missed the instructions? Here are some tips to help the students of MTHS stay focused. Get a Good Nights Sleep: ...

The belated – and unnecessary – experience

By Sharon McClintock

June 10, 2009


Filed under Op/Ed

Senior experience: taking quizzes about yourself that rival those of Facebook, dressing up for an imaginary job five years from now, and pretending to have kids for the sake of sometimes messed up scenarios. Isn’t your experience as a senior supposed to be enjoyable? Most of the curriculum in senior...

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