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The Hawk Eye

Ulysses Wright, the head of the Hebron football concessions, provides snacks and drinks to customers at the Hawk Stadium on Oct. 7.

Helping the community one step at a time

Hyunsol Lim, Reporter October 8, 2021

Starting Aug. 26, Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine and the North Texas Honda Dealers teamed up to honor those who have made a positive impact in their communities. On Sept. 10, one of the people...

2019 alumnus Brendan Glascock (right) poses with Karan Menon and Ann Nguyen on the set of Capital One’s “College Bowl.” Glascock attends the University of Southern California and is a computer science major. “College Bowl” is currently streaming on Hulu.

Beating the buzzer: Hebron alumnus places second on “College Bowl”

Katherine Parker, Managing editor October 6, 2021

2019 Hebron graduate Brendan Glascock grew up watching classic trivia game shows, and, in 2021, he found himself on one, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Glascock, now a University of Southern California...

All State-Choir members look towards the future

All State-Choir members look towards the future

Caleb Wright, Reporter September 29, 2021

To get into the All-State choir, there are four rounds of auditions — the first was on Sept. 25. There are two region auditions and then pre-area and area that narrow the list down. Then, in February,...

Junior Caroline Holloway leads the Silver Wings in their lines at the pep rally on Sept. 10. The last time she was able to perform in a pep rally was her freshman year as a rookie —  now she is the person in charge. “The last time we had a regular football season was my freshman year, so its fun to go back, but Im realizing how demanding it is with a regular football season and pep rallies,” Holloway said.

High kicking into captain

Kate Knauff, News editor September 27, 2021

The stands are full in the brand new Hawk Activity Center. It is the first time the school has gathered for a pep rally in almost two years. As the announcer introduces the Silver Wings, the melodic tweet...

Junior Kyler Beck stands on a ladder and observes while senior Kaamil Thobani and junior Emma Foughty rehearse a scene in Act 1 of “Our Town.” The play is unique in the sense that it does not use a traditional set or props — in this scene, the actors on ladders are implied to be ‘upstairs’ in their respective homes.

Friendship backstage, matrimony in the spotlight

Emma Short, Entertainment editor September 21, 2021

After first meeting at Jumpstreet in the fourth grade and hardly conversing, juniors Emma Foughty and Kyler Beck now find themselves in their third year of high school holding hands on the Hebron Theatre...

Virtual students reflect on return to in-person school

Virtual students reflect on return to in-person school

Hyunsol Lim, Reporter September 17, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 1.2 billion students around the world choose virtual learning for the 2020-21 school year. LISD did not renew its virtual learning option, so students are required...

Seniors Kelis Armstrong, Paige Zagumny, Kaitlyn Hoang and Amanda Foy pose outside of the school. The four were elected as student council officers and will also serve as Senior Class officers.

Q&A: Get to know your senior class officers

Ian Wright, Opinion editor September 16, 2021

For the 2021-2022 school year, student council officers will also serve as the senior class officers. This year’s members include Student Council president Paige Zagumny, treasurer Kaitlyn Hoang, senior...

Milstead on the Move

Milstead on the Move

Ashna Haiderali, Reporter September 13, 2021

He had everything prepared for the first day. Nervous, he asked teachers what to expect, and they told him all his plans would never be enough. He had an introduction, a survey, a list of expectations...

Teen triathlete

Teen triathlete

Katherine Parker, Managing editor September 8, 2021

Senior Weslyn Brown’s heart pounds in her ears. Sweat drips into her eyes, but even through her obstructed view, she can see the arch marking the completion of her triathlon. She kicks. The route is...

Assistant band director Brock Alsaffar instructs the trumpets and mellophones during class on Aug. 31. Alsaffar works with all high brass players across the program, regardless of which class period they’re placed in.

Not so [Alsaf]far from home

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief August 31, 2021

Earlier in the day, he received a call from the head band director, Andy Sealy, notifying him he was in the final running for the job. After his WebEx interview with principal Amy Boughton and Sealy, he...

Junior Katie Parker researches Asian hate. The phrase “stop Asian hate” has been used to combat recent violence, and the movement was primarily sparked by the 2021 Atlanta spa shootings.

Students reflect on Asian hate

Andie San Luis and Ian Wright May 21, 2021

What is your ethnicity? Do you feel close to these ethnic roots? Junior Alyssa Scott: I am mixed; I’m white and Vietnamese. Growing up mixed, it is complicated, but I feel a lot closer to my Vietnamese...

Till next year

Till next year

Ian Wright, Opinion editor May 20, 2021

With the conclusion of the 2020-2021 school year, “The Hawk Eye” reached out to two teachers to reflect on the year and its challenges and accomplishments. Alisha Hensley Aquatic Science...