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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

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”Pitch Perfect” trilogy sings its way to 10th anniversary

Eyesha Sadiq, Reporter September 27, 2022

When I was younger, the “Pitch Perfect” movies were my favorite. I would wait eagerly for each and every movie to come out so that I could listen to their new songs . I used to sing all the iconic...

Top five eye creams for refreshed under eyes

Top five eye creams for refreshed under eyes

Hyunsol Lim, Web editor September 27, 2022

As school begins to pick up, students are getting more homework, pursuing more extracurriculars and overall getting busier schedules. An average of 73% of high school students do not get the recommended...

Five candles to set your fall on fire

Five candles to set your fall on fire

Bree Andrews, Reporter September 27, 2022

When I open the door to my grandmother's home, I am enveloped in the familiar scent of apple orchards. That’s when I know fall has truly arrived, bringing a feeling of comfort and familiarity. Every...

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“The Woman King:” the history you should hear

Nyla Smith, Reporter September 20, 2022

Only a few mainstream movies cover a fictional aspect of African heritage as a main concept, let alone real moments in history. Most of these are focused on men, which leaves a demographic completely uncovered....

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Cobra Kai barely kicks the mark

Caleb Wright, Sports editor September 15, 2022

One of the top shows on Netflix, Cobra Kai has returned for its fifth season. It was released Sept. 9, less than a year since the last season was released. This season continues the trend of overdramatized...

Epic finale of “The Inheritance Games” did not dissapoint

Epic finale of “The Inheritance Games” did not dissapoint

Krista Fleming, Entertainment editor September 15, 2022

I’ve waited for many books to be released and trilogies to be finished, but no wait has left me on the edge of my seat quite as much as “The Final Gambit.” The thrilling finale of Jennifer Lynn Barnes’...

Jennette McCurdy’s “I’m Glad My Mom Died” certainly had her mother rolling in her grave

Hannah Mathew, Reporter September 14, 2022

There have been a lot of books that set the media ablaze, but not many are like “I’m Glad My Mom Died” by Jennette McCurdy. The book tells McCurdy’s life story, from her early childhood, to her...

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Activities to celebrate Hispanic heritage month

Daniela Perez, Reporter September 13, 2022

Every year on Sept. 15, the diverse traditions, customs and innovations of Hispanic culture are celebrated. Although Hispanic countries vary in their cultural values, they're all known for their deep historical...

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Rick and Morty portals into its sixth season

Caleb Wright, Sports editor September 8, 2022

Since 2013, Rick and Morty has been airing episodes filled with the crazy adventures of Morty, a not-so-very-smart kid, and Rick, Morty’s grandpa who is a scientist. On Sept. 4, Rick and Morty brought...

Pink Venom: The descent of modern music

Pink Venom: The descent of modern music

Juliana Mun, Reporter September 8, 2022

On July 31, the internet broke.  A 30 second YouTube video announcing Black Pink’s new single lit the dry summer terrain in flames. Within a day, promotional pictures were released, Instagram posts...

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Netflix’s “Love in the Villa” leaves viewers with mixed emotions

Rahma Shaikh, Reporter September 6, 2022

Imagine a movie filled to the brim with popular romance tropes, but then ruining it by dragging it out for an eternity. You’ll probably have a similar picture in your mind to Netflix’s original movie,...

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A film you should watch during your “Me Time”

Nyla Smith, Reporter September 1, 2022

Imagine two of the funniest people you know working on a project together where they can be their authentic selves and remain professional; the end result would be something similar to “Me Time.” “Me...