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From a girl in STEM to a woman in design

Kerensa Suzara
By Phuong Lam, Hawkeye Staff July 15, 2022

Kerensa Suzara, who describes herself as “charismatic, sentimental and driven,” was not only MTHS’s Big 6 president her senior year, but also a member of the Technology Student Association, or TSA,...

A natural on stage, at home in the spotlight

Hannah Fisker-Anderson
By Arabella Devera, Hawkeye Staff June 16, 2022

Set? Check. Lights? Check. Costume? Check. Makeup? Check. As the red curtain rises, senior Hannah Fisker-Anderson prepares herself for the stage. She clears her mind and calms herself down. In an instant,...

Reichenbach reminisces on his time student teaching at MTHS with Christopher Ellinger.

Student teacher spreads his wings

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 16, 2022

Two days before his student teaching tenure came to an end, Jake Reichenbach was on the floor, competing in a push-up contest with a student while his class looked on. Early in the year, sophomore Arian...

Dianna Hanson via Facebook

MTHS graduate killed by lion in California

By Will Khadivi March 10, 2013

Dianna Hanson, a 2007 graduate, was killed by a lion at the Northern California wildlife park where she was an intern. She was 24 years old. Hanson was found dead by investigators in an enclosure and...

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