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Elementary students from Sun Ray Chinese school perform a traditional Mandarin song and dance for the guests. They are dressed in red or traditional clothing pieces such as a Qipao with a Chinese knot button; the knots represent happiness, luck, fortune and longevity.
Photo Gallery: Lunar New Year celebration Feb. 11
Olivia Evans, Web Editor • February 12, 2024

The Carrollton Public Library held a Chinese Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 11 from 2-4 p.m. featuring the Sun Ray Chinese School. There was entertainment, a raffle ticket contest, food and crafts in celebration of the Year...

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Juniors Jueun Chon and Christina Horn are selling winter formal tickets during B lunch. Tickets are $20 and sold in all lunches and $30 at the door.
First Winter Formal to be held Feb. 17
Eyesha Sadiq, Entertainment Editor • February 9, 2024

The student council will hold a winter formal from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Feb. 17 in the cafeteria. This will be the school’s first time in 10 years having three school dances in a school year. “We made sure that we checked...

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Senior Max Turman poses on the proscenium stage in the auditorium. The fine arts department recently performed “Matilda” on this stage, in which Turman played the role of Mr. Wormwood.
Hawks Uncovered: Senior Max Turman
Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor • February 8, 2024

The auditorium filled with applause.  Max Turman, at 7-years-old, playing Mickey Mouse in a production of “Disneyland Game Show,” broke the script. “Guys stop,” he interrupted the audience. “We’re not done.”  Everyone...

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Science teacher Kelly O’Brien poses in her science classroom. O’Brien teaches Anatomy and Physiology, AP Biology and sponsors The Heart Club.
Hawks Uncovered: Science teacher Kelly O’Brien
Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor • January 31, 2024

Her dad was a nature lover.  Growing up in a rural area, they would take walks in the woods together to look at plants and animals.  After living a nature-filled life for so long, science teacher Kelly O’Brien fell in...

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Welcome to Eras (Saahir’s Version), the series where I go through all of Taylor Swift’s re-released albums chronologically, analyze the era and rank the songs. This installment will cover “evermore.”
Eras (Saahir's Version): Evermore
Saahir Mawani, Design Editor • February 15, 2024

Following the immense success of her first pandemic surprise-album, “folklore,”  Taylor Swift announced the midnight release of “evermore”...

With the resurgence of the genre and Valentine’s Day coming up, here are my top five favorite classic rom-coms.
Top five classic rom-coms
Siya Patel, Reporter • February 14, 2024

Recently, there has been a resurgence of rom-coms in the film industry. People are starting to appreciate the genre that gained its popularity...

Being tall isn’t as good as people think it is. Coming from someone who is 6’ 6”, I can say from experience that there are a lot of negative things that come with being tall. Some include not fitting in ordinary places like a desk or car, or not being able to see some people, as well as medical issues associated with height.
Opinion: Being tall isn’t what it’s cracked up to be
Gavin Lambert, Reporter • February 19, 2024

‘Oh my god, I wish I was six foot.’ ‘Just imagine if I was tall.’ Height is glorified; everyone says they wish they were taller....

It is not only a school’s responsibility to meet a students educational needs, but it is essential that students feel safe, comfortable and healthy. Part of this starts with providing accessible menstrual products to female students.
Staff Editorial: Free menstrual products should be provided in school bathrooms
Staff February 15, 2024

Following student-led movements, administration has been assisting in getting free menstrual products in school bathrooms. So far, products are...

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