Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Parent by morning, coach by night

Parent by morning, coach by night

Matthew Rutherford, Sports Editor October 28, 2013

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]The two of them together make for a cheerful atmosphere, one that resembles enthusiasm for the game they love. The pair shares something that most fathers...

Former drug enforcement agent takes up teaching

Sanobar Chagani, Staff Writer September 24, 2013

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Juniors raise awareness for doctors sans frontiers

Juniors raise awareness for doctors ‘sans frontiers’

Ridah Syed, Staff Writer September 20, 2013

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]As the classroom lights dimmed, the SmartBoard screen lit up to life. The young man showing the presentation spoke with conviction and passion about different...

Picture Perfect: Camera integration aids art curriculum

Sanobar Chagani, Staff Writer April 19, 2013

Among the sounds of chattering students, a respected voice can be heard from down the hallway. Inside the classroom, the teacher tries to explain photography with images from the Internet instead of cameras,...

Latin students ‘Rome’ through Italy

Shivani Bhatnagar, Feature Editor April 19, 2013

Over 2,000 years ago the Roman Empire reigned over a massive expanse of land across the European peninsula. For nearly two centuries, the rich Roman culture affected the terrain, and although nature has...

Tale of Two Schools: Athlete plays lacrosse for Plano West

Matthew Nguyen, Editor-In-Chief April 19, 2013

He makes his way down the field in full gear, raindrops bouncing up against the turf. In one hand he holds a titanium stick, in the other his helmet. Eye black covers his face. He passes by a group of...

Abortion was never an option for sophomore Madie Mckasson and junior Brandon Van Kuilenburg. Their daughter, Skylar Ainsley, was born at 10:12 a.m. on April 5 at the Medical Center of Plano. To actually see her and hold her, to match a face to the name- its crazy, McKasson said.

Baby steps, long strides

Jacy Marmaduke, Editor in Chief April 20, 2011

Physics teacher Jim Stockton teaches his students how to use dimensional analysis.

Teacher keeps youthful flare as career winds down

Luke Starnes, Sports Editor February 23, 2011

Every morning before school, physics teacher Jim Stockton waits patiently in line at the local Whataburger. Nearly every time he orders, it's a Whataburger with cheese, no onions, extra tomatoes and a...

Former peace corps volunteer changes focus to classroom

Former peace corps volunteer changes focus to classroom

Madelyn Albracht, entertainment editor November 20, 2010

The alarm was set early, the coffee on auto-brew. Waking up near dawn to give a student before-school tutorials is just another part of the job. But starting out the day being stood up by a student did...

Ive got a passion for baking, senior Maddie MCGuire said. I love to do it all and be able to share it with others. Maddie carefully pipes frosting ropes on a cake for a family friends 50th birthday party.

Baking is more than recipes for aspiring chef

Lana Monkhouse, Staff Writer September 28, 2010

Things started off smoothly. The room smelled of rasberry filling and freshly baked chocolate cake as she smeared homemade frosting on the layered creation and sang along to her favorite Taylor Swift tune....

Sodany Lam points out her old classmates to her daughter, senior Melody Lam. The way [Cambodia] is now, I dont mind going back, Sodany said. People are  different. Thats why a lot of older generations dont forget and move on. You can see they dont speak out much.

Cambodian genocide survivor learns to cope with memories of terror

Alicia Tan, Photo Editor April 20, 2010

It was 1975. The cities of Cambodia were empty. The rice fields were filled with workers, sweat gleaming on their skin. The heat triggered sore throats and thirst as they worked with weapons pointed at...

Reading the Quran is a typical part of junior Salwa Mohamedamans routine at the mosque and at home. Salwa, who reads the Quran for ten minutes a day, finished the entire book during her freshman year and ha memorized certain sections. She looks at the Arabic text alongside the English translation, the jumbled scribbles turning into understandable words.

Muslim girls express faith through hijabs, face judgment for beliefs in western world

Jacy Marmaduke, Editor in Chief November 20, 2009

It must be the sun that is stifling her. Bullets of light pierce through the fabric of her baggy sweatpants and long-sleeved jacket. The 96 degree heat piles up on her dark clothes, and the perspiration...