The Hawk Eye

Between Two Worlds

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Foreign lands beckon countless families and individuals to leave behind a world they are familiar with for the unknown. Internal tensions, economic opportunities and education are just a small portion of concerns that run through a family’s or individual’s mind when they make the decision to leave their homeland.

America, as cliche as it sounds, still represents the land of opportunity and hope, and remains as one of the more popular destinations for immigrants to begin new lives. Each person’s immigration experience is unique, and through their stories, The Hawk Eye hopes to showcase the journey of immigrant students at Hebron as they learn to adapt to a new culture while sharing their own, and contributing to a growing diverse community.

 

According to statistics compiled from 134 responses in a survey sent to all
English teachers:

 

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