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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

(left to right) Seniors Joseph Kim, Beomjun Kim, Chloe Yean and Lisa Choi pose with medals at the district meet. They all advanced to state last year and won in their roleplay events at DECA district.
DECA to compete at district meet Jan. 24.
Eyesha Sadiq, Reporter • January 23, 2023

DECA is preparing to compete in the district meet on Jan. 24 at the Irving Convention Center. The competitions last from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and there are 59 events. This is the first time the Hebron chapter will compete in virtual...

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Artwork representing MLK sits displayed around the Lewisville High School auditorium. Once winners from either the essay, art, photography or ceramics contests were announced, the students were called onto the stage to receive their certificate and take pictures.
Annual LISD MLK Day celebration held on Jan. 16
Rahma Shaikh, Reporter • January 23, 2023

LISD held its 30th annual MLK Day Celebration at Lewisville High School from 6-7:30 p.m on Jan. 16. The Black Student Union Orchestra was invited to perform, along with guest speakers and students who entered in the various MLK...

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Cars decorated in parade gear reach the end of the parade outside of Ted Polk Middle School. There were an array of parade-goers, ranging from large groups walking on foot to others in decorated cars. Some goers even threw candy to onlookers.
The history behind the annual Carrollton MLK parade
Nyla Smith, News editor • January 19, 2023

For the past 29 years, Carrollton has held an MLK parade hosted by Reverend Willie Rainwater and Juanita through their nonprofit, Christ Community Connection. The most recent parade took place on Jan. 14, starting at Carrollton...

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Those behind the road to recovery
Those behind the road to recovery
Bree Andrews, Reporter • January 26, 2023

The shrill of the referee’s whistle echoes across the field as the stands go silent. A player lays on the field and athletic trainers are on the scene in an instant, assessing the injury. The team takes a knee as the player...

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English II teacher Robert Nuñez talks to his Sci-Fi class about the movie “Escape from New York.” He started class by talking to students and asking about how their weekends went.
From dream to reality
Caleb Wright, Sports editor • January 25, 2023

He thoroughly scans the pages of a Chuck Klostermann novel, and as the chapter ends, an epiphany occurs. His dream all along had been to become an English teacher — it was teaching that he truly wanted to pursue. Newly-appointed...

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Dave Cone poses with his teacher of the year crown and chair.
Dave Cone named teacher of the year
Daniela Perez, Reporter • January 21, 2023

After making it to the finals three times prior, he was finally crowned as the winner. Money matters and digital media teacher Dave Cone was named teacher of the 2022-23 school year on Dec. 15 at the annual faculty Christmas...

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Opinion: Senior Squidward
Opinion: Society should put more emphasis on the arts
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Boys soccer to play first district game against Marcus Jan. 24
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The Horror-Verse: “M3gan” is all comedy with little horror
Shehzil Imran, Feature editor • January 19, 2023

As I mindlessly scrolled through Tik Tok recently, I stumbled upon numerous videos of users talking about a new horror movie coming out in early...

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The Horror-Verse: “Black Christmas” puts me in a joyful spirit
Shehzil Imran, Feature editor • December 8, 2022

In honor of the holiday season approaching, I decided to branch out from my usual horror movie choices and watch one themed to the season. From...

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Rahma Shaikh, Reporter • November 24, 2022

Two broken souls healing each other and learning to love in a healthy way: “Most of All You,” written by Mia Sheridan, has the best delivery...

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