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The Hawk Eye

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HBOMax’s “Moonshot” is out of this world

Shehzil Imran, Reporter April 7, 2022

“Moonshot” is a science-fiction romantic comedy that was released March 31 on HBOMax. The movie takes place in 2049, a time where space travel and living on Mars is considered normal. “Moonshot”...

“Kirby and the Forgotten Land” is a masterful jump into 3D

“Kirby and the Forgotten Land” is a masterful jump into 3D

Alexander Cha, Reporter April 7, 2022

“Kirby and the Forgotten Land,” released March 25, marks the series’ leap into 3D, a grand foray into a new dimension. Traditionally 2D, the series is no stranger to experimentation, whether it be...

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Marvel’s “Moon Knight” is a masterpiece

Krista Fleming, Reporter April 5, 2022

Released to Disney+ on March 30, “Moon Knight” follows the nerdy and charismatic Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) as he tries to figure out why he keeps waking up in random locations. After one amnesiasc...

The state of hall passes

The state of hall passes

Henry Pham, Reporter April 4, 2022

At the start of the year, the school implemented a set of specialized passes to every classroom. With one an orange hall pass and the other a green library pass, both with the individual room number printed...

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“You Are Not My Mother” is 90 minutes of my life wasted

Shehzil Imran, Reporter April 4, 2022

“You Are Not My Mother” is a horror movie released on March 25 and available on Apple TV.  The movie takes place in Dublin, Ireland and revolves around the sudden and short-lived disappearance of...

“Bridgerton” season two is royally underwhelming

“Bridgerton” season two is royally underwhelming

Madeline Rivera, Reporter April 1, 2022

“Bridgerton” season two was released March 25 on Netflix. The show first rose to popularity in late 2020 and I was glued to my laptop, just like every other woman, watching it during quarantine. I...

Wallows’ new album, “Tell Me That It’s Over,” is the perfect variety heartbreak soundtrack

Wallows’ new album, “Tell Me That It’s Over,” is the perfect variety heartbreak soundtrack

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief April 1, 2022

Alternative band Wallows released its second album, “Tell Me That It’s Over,” on March 25. The lyricism of this album falls heavily on the ideas of a relationship and the aftermath of falling...

Highlights from the 2022 Oscars that were overshadowed by Will Smith debacle

Highlights from the 2022 Oscars that were overshadowed by Will Smith debacle

Emma Short, Entertainment editor March 29, 2022

The 2022 Oscars Awards Ceremony took place the evening of March 27. While the event has been widely-talked about for reasons rather unique to award shows, there were many awards and events that needed...

Stray Kids’ “ODDINARY” is nothing but greatness

Stray Kids’ “ODDINARY” is nothing but greatness

Nyla Smith, Reporter March 24, 2022

The Stray Kids are back at it again with their EP, “ODDINARY.” It has seven tracks and was released on March 17. The EP’s general message seems to be that at the end of the day, you’re going to...

Quiz: Which Hebron staff member are you?

Quiz: Which Hebron staff member are you?

Emma Short, Entertainment editor March 24, 2022

Rex Orange County’s new album isn’t really “ONE IN A MILLION”

Rex Orange County’s new album isn’t really “ONE IN A MILLION”

Emma Short, Entertainment editor March 22, 2022

Alternative artist Alex O’Connor (better known as Rex Orange County) released his fourth album, “WHO CARES?,” on March 11.  Rex Orange County has made the most headway with his teenage audience...

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Pixar’s “Turning Red” is turning heads

Lilah Crone, Reporter March 22, 2022

Pixar’s new movie, “Turning Red,” began streaming on Disney+ on March 11. I was holding my breath watching the disastrous red panda make its way into Toronto's streets, and it was worth it. In the...