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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Bordbar and his sister in front of the British Columbia Parliament Buildings located in Canada.

United Nations aspirations

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor March 1, 2016

Foreign affairs, international laws, and political science may not sound intriguing to the average person, but for sophomore Kion Bordbar, it’s what interests him most. “I want to work either as...

Climbing to #1

Climbing to #1

Tatiana Calzado, Opinion Editor February 23, 2016

Free-styling, a style of rap in which the lyrics are improvised, was always something that came naturally to senior Evan Straw, and it was also something that he saw himself having a future in. Straw kicked...

Overnight Sensation: Freshman launches singing career on Twitter

Overnight Sensation: Freshman launches singing career on Twitter

Lincoln Chambers, Reporter December 4, 2015

She walked the halls of the freshman campus and people she didn’t even know were now stopping to say “hi.” Freshman Berkley Coscia had become an overnight sensation. On Aug. 21, Berkley posted...

Seeing double

Seeing double

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor November 25, 2015

You would think that two people who shared a womb would be best friends, but sometimes they want to be the exact opposite. Constantly being mistaken for one another tends to take the fun out of having...

Onboard for life: The Tale of Two Bus Drivers

Onboard for life: The Tale of Two Bus Drivers

Tatiana Calzado, Opinion Editor November 21, 2015

The smell of gasoline, the loud chatter of kids, and the color yellow isn’t exactly the typical love story. But that’s exactly what you would find on bus 222 and bus 206. In 2003, Holly Sanderford,...

Unraveling the Mysteries of PAS

Unraveling the Mysteries of PAS

Maleeha Ahmad, Reporter November 20, 2015

White walls. Blank faces. Numbing silence. Welcome to the PAS room. PAS is in-school suspension where students are confined for the entire school day, except for bathroom breaks. PAS is among the most...

Taking the road less traveled...to the Peace Corps?

Taking the road less traveled…to the Peace Corps?

Ariana Campbell, Reporter November 20, 2015

He looked around, bag in one hand and passport in the other. Near him, villagers milled about, speaking to each other in fast, fluent French. At last, he had arrived in Togo, West Africa, where he would...

Hands-on teaching incites passion in students

Hands-on teaching incites passion in students

Spencer Goff, Reporter November 19, 2015

Patricia Ehsani hustles over to the plot of purple flowers with four butterfly nets in her hands. She hands two students a net, and they quickly catch two butterflies. The students excitedly wait for her...

First glance is not enough

First glance is not enough

Hannah Arnold, Managing Editor November 17, 2015

First impressions are formed by brief interactions. What they say, what they wear, how they talk, how they walk. But first impressions are oftentimes not up to par with who the person actually is. Initial...

Quoting Inspiration

Quoting Inspiration

Hannah Arnold, Managing Editor October 22, 2015

He readies himself for class. Pulls up PowerPoints and prints out worksheets. Turns on the projector and aligns desks into rows. Chooses a quote and writes it on the whiteboard. For some teachers,...

More than a smile

More than a smile

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor October 20, 2015

Student council sponsor Benjamin Stroud and senior class president Loren Querickiol, along with other student council officers, cruise down the road on a hot summer day in a Suburban with the windows rolled...

Welcome home

Welcome home

Shreya Rao, Managing Editor October 15, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]When sophomore Aashi Parekh, eight at the time, came home from school talking about someone she knew that was adopted, her parents sat her down. With hopeful...