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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Senior enjoys her fifth year teaching special needs children

Senior enjoys her fifth year teaching special needs children

Ariana Campbell March 27, 2015

“We could totally use your help.”  “I don’t know…”  “Please? We’re understaffed and really need someone else to help out.” “Okay, fine, I’ll help.” And so it began. At the...

Fashion-forward feminism

Fashion-forward feminism

Spencer Goff March 27, 2015

She wore a skirt that hovered a couple inches above her knees and a sweater that stopped just where the skirt began high on her hips. The buttoned shirt under the sweater cinched snugly around her neck. She...

Do Your Wurst: Vegan lifestyle revealed

Do Your Wurst: Vegan lifestyle revealed

Megan Oosthuizen, Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2015

Some tofu a day keeps the meat away! While viewed as odd by many people, sophomore Alina Krusinski lives by the rhyme above. As a vegan, she must avoid all animal products and their by-products. Most...

Fierce at 49

Fierce at 4’9″

Hannah Arnold, Managing Editor March 16, 2015

Sweat and mud leave traces on her leg. Her long blonde hair catches in the wind and she sees the finish line with fire in her eyes. From birth, freshman Abby Riordan has always been full of energy and...

Living with Epilepsy

Living with Epilepsy

Raven Scott March 6, 2015

The room was spinning. Faces flashed by. And then darkness hit. Beginning in eighth grade, junior Tyler Higgs started experiencing seizures regularly after the first occurred on a seemingly normal walk...

New feminist club inspires controversial discussion on social media

New feminist club inspires controversial discussion on social media

Ridah Syed February 6, 2015

Sophomore Spencer Kahn takes a deep breath. He waits for the inevitable backlash that was bound to come from what he’s done. His phone buzzes with notifications of favorites, retweets and a slew of replies....

From the stage to the classroom

From the stage to the classroom

Hannah Arnold, Managing Editor February 6, 2015

The curtain is closed. The stage is set. It’s just a different stage. For teacher Thomas LeGalley, his Broadway stage transitioned to a classroom one, but Broadway was never something he had planned...

Student by day, chef by night

Student by day, chef by night

Megan Oosthuizen, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2015

“Did you cook this?” “No.” “Who cooked this?” “No, why would I?” The Pham household looked around quizzically as they lingered around a freshly cooked pot of macaroni. Then,...

Meet the Cast: A look into the actors of Peter Pan

Meet the Cast: A look into the actors of Peter Pan

Ridah Syed January 26, 2015

Peyton Roberts - Peter Pan Quick stats: 12th grade/8 years in theater/ Encore. Funniest behind the scenes moment? We were trying on wigs for the show, and there was a Chucky wig that I tried...

Fun Sized: Sophomore dances through dwarfism

Fun Sized: Sophomore dances through dwarfism

Ridah Syed January 16, 2015

Lights on, stage set, music blaring. Sophomore Hannah Sunil takes center stage on carpeted floor, small feet chafing against it. Her head just barely peeking over the vanity as the mirror reflects her...

Keeping Faith: Student risks losing mom to breast cancer

Keeping Faith: Student risks losing mom to breast cancer

Sanobar Chagani January 16, 2015

The room was sound proof. The chapel was dark except for a stained glass window covering a wall, depicting a waterfall surrounded by a forest and rocks. A woman wearing a long white dress was near the...

The Life of a Library Aide

The Life of a Library Aide

Sanobar Chagani January 15, 2015

Senior Carla Lopez is not a library aide in the technical sense. She is not enrolled in the class, and she is not even a lover of books. Yet, she somehow manages to arrive at school before anyone else...