Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Daily deja vu

Daily deja vu

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor September 28, 2015

They spent their high school years in the same building you did. Some had the teachers you had, maybe even sat in the same desk you sat in. Past students of the school have gone on to other things, but...

Double Duty

Double Duty

Jimmy Muncy, Reporter September 28, 2015

Senior Kyle Mussel, to quote the popular military saying, does more before 9 a.m. than most people do all day. More than that, he does more in a day than most people do all week. Take that, Army. Kyle...

The More The Merrier: Math teacher adopts locally

The More The Merrier: Math teacher adopts locally

Sydney Lundgren September 28, 2015

The clock ticks away as the school day is nearing to a close. Foundations of College Math teacher James Rodgers anticipates going home to his children’s bright smiling faces. In 2008, Rodgers and his...

Rock on, Hebron

Rock on, Hebron

Jacob Bray September 28, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]The garage was cramped. There was no air conditioning, and they had all been playing for about an hour. Juniors Lane Ledesma, Mihir Lulay and Alex Fantine...

Shes the Man: Freshman female hockey player breaks stereotypes

She’s the Man: Freshman female hockey player breaks stereotypes

Ridah Syed June 3, 2015

30 seconds left on the clock. In the heat of the moment, freshman Katarina Zahedi watches in anticipation as the puck slides across the ice, thrashed by the force of the sticks. Her eyes are unwavering,...

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H2-Oh: Birthday girl creates charity water campaign

Olivia Bragg June 2, 2015

Gifts like Polaroid film, a Hozier record, a watercolor Beyoncè card and a shopping trip were not part of junior Jordan Green’s original plan. With Bible verses about water like John 4:14 at heart,...

Painting a path toward success

Painting a path toward success

Ariana Campbell June 1, 2015

She grabs a graphite pencil and a sketchpad, sits down at her desk and begins to draw. Alternating between lines and shapes, she sits for hours until, at last, her design is finished. For senior Julie...

Defying Gravity: Sophomore starts parkour organization

Defying Gravity: Sophomore starts parkour organization

Ariana Campbell May 18, 2015

He stretches out his arms, and takes a deep breath. The sun beams down on him as he readies himself. He goes through the motions in his head, making sure that everything will be perfect. One, two, three...

A Whole New World: Senior volunteers globally

A Whole New World: Senior volunteers globally

Sydney Lundgren May 17, 2015

Birds squawking and trees bending in the wind remind her of Guatemala. She was surrounded by beautiful landscapes and a unique, distinct culture, where many would opt to relax and take in the view instead...

Melting your face off: Performer lights up audience with gloves

Melting your face off: Performer lights up audience with gloves

Kat Collazo May 13, 2015

Lights off, gloves on. Let the light show begin. In your face. Senior Kenneth Maloney has been “gloving” since his sophomore year. He uses a special type of glove with LED lights in the fingertips...

Triumph out of tragedy

Triumph out of tragedy

Matthew Rutherford, Sports Editor May 7, 2015

Mikey Gutierrez was working out with the football team during fourth period. He finished his set of squats and looked up to see linebacker coach Jason Hinkelman. Hinkelman handed Gutierrez a pink slip,...

Praying for a Purpose: Students sustain weekly prayer sessions

Praying for a Purpose: Students sustain weekly prayer sessions

Olivia Bragg May 4, 2015

Students stand around the flagpole, their hands connecting them physically, their faith connecting them spiritually. “See you at the pole.” In any other instance, students holding hands with their...