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Upcoming events in Carrollton

Upcoming events in Carrollton

Caleb Wright and Alexander Cha, Reporter September 17, 2021

Carrollton will hold its 3rd annual “World of Foodies” event, a local event featuring the flavors of various cultures and nationalities, this Saturday, from 3 - 9 p.m. The food fest will be held in...

Junior Jack Rossi practices with the drumline before school on Sept. 17. Rossi plays Bass 5, the largest bass drum, and is also the co-leader of the band’s media team.

Drumline to compete in HEB Contest Sept. 18

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief September 17, 2021

The drumline will compete in the HEB Drumline Contest at 7:20 p.m. at Pennington Field on Sept. 18. This is their first competition of the 2021-22 season.  “The percussion section always does a little...

Junior Asil Mithani talks about red ribbon week ideas during YouGo StuCo. Mithani led a discussion about possible dress up days and other ways for members to earn points.

Club Q&A

Caleb Wright, Reporter September 13, 2021

With clubs returning this school year and new ones coming, “The Hawk Eye” interviewed club officers. Student Council President Paige Zagumny, National Honor Society (NHS) Vice President Ishrita Pol,...

Somewhere between 40-50% [of students I see wear masks, but only] 20-30% wear them properly, AP Human Geography teacher Kelley Ferguson said. I typically wear the clear mask shields with my classes, and when Im out in the hallway I’ll put my mask on because we’re surrounded by so many people.

How LISD is influenced by Texas’ ever-changing mask mandates

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief September 10, 2021

With Texas’ ever-changing mask mandate regulations, it may be difficult to know what can be enforced and how citizens will be impacted on a daily basis. Here is a timeline of the state’s court rulings...

Curating your college experience

Curating your college experience

Yunseo Jo, Reporter September 9, 2021

The following information has been collected from 2021 Hebron graduates Brooklynn Cnare, Delaney Dyer and Ethan Hoang. Cnare and Dyer both attend the University of Texas in Austin, and Hoang attends Collin...

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Infographic: CDC recommends third vaccine dose for the delta variant

Arisha Hirji, Web editor August 30, 2021

After the outbreak of the new COVID-19 delta variant, health officials have recommended a third dose and booster shot of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine. Data began to develop indicating the new variant...

Student Council senior officer Kaitlyn Hoang and President Paige Zagumny paint a poster to promote Senior Sunrise during their third period student council class. Zagumny and the other officers spend their class period organizing, preparing and advertising school events.

StuCo to hold Senior Sunrise Aug. 30

Kate Knauff, News editor August 27, 2021

Senior Sunrise will be held on Monday at 6:30 a.m. in the senior parking lot to watch the sunrise and open up the year. “[The sunrise] celebrates the seniors and the fact that it’s their last year...

Quarterback Braxton Baker passes the ball to his teammate during practice before school on Aug. 25. The team practiced a variety of new plays in preparation for the upcoming game against Guyer in hopes to defeat them, unlike last year.

Football team to kick off season against Denton Guyer

Emma Short, Entertainment editor August 25, 2021

The football team will play its first game of the season on Aug. 26 against Denton Guyer at the CH Collins Athletic Complex at 7 p.m. The team opened last season playing Guyer at home and lost 56-33....

HASA reflects on importance of Asian Heritage Month

HASA reflects on importance of Asian Heritage Month

Ian Wright and Andie San Luis May 21, 2021

A  woman is knocked to her feet and stomped on. A pregnant woman is punched and thrown to the ground. An elderly woman is spit on and told to go back to “her country.” In each of these instances,...

Mapping out Asian hate crimes

Ian Wright and Andie San Luis May 21, 2021

Throughout the past year, Asian hate crimes in the United States have taken a sharp incline -- especially because of the spread of COVID-19. "The Hawk Eye" has mapped out a few specific hate crimes that...

Student council plans for next school year

Student council plans for next school year

Arisha Hirji, Web editor May 20, 2021

Having chosen new officers, student council has been planning for next year’s homecoming and school events as the school year comes to an end. “We are hoping to get a homecoming back,” next year's...

 Senior Gracie Tribolet follows through after hitting the golf ball at a practice prior to the state tournament. This year was Tribolet’s fourth year on the golf team

Girls golf places first in state tournament

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager May 18, 2021

The girls golf team won its first state championship at the  UIL 6A state tournament May 10-11 at Legacy Hills Golf Club in Georgetown. Junior Symran Shah shot a team-low 146 in the two-day tournament....