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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Opinion: The American plight of privilege

Opinion: The American plight of privilege

Juliana Mun, Reporter November 6, 2022

The first time I realized the world was not fair was on the playground as a child. The older boys on the playset claimed the swings were theirs and scared away others who wanted to play in order to maintain...

It is imperative that everybody of age vote in the midterm elections, either on Election Day on Nov. 8 or choosing the early voting route by Nov. 4.

Staff Editorial: It is imperative everybody of age votes

Staff November 4, 2022

As the midterm Election Day approaches on Nov. 8, and early voting has been in place since Oct. 24, some students will be able to exercise their right to democracy and vote for the first time. While some...

Graphic by Shehzil Imran and Maya Imran

The Horror-Verse: Hulu’s “Fresh” is grotesquely magnificent

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager November 4, 2022

Hulu’s “Fresh” includes a variety of sinister themes and disturbing, often uncomfortable scenes, making this attention-grabbing movie the perfect watch for horror fans wanting something new. “Fresh”...

Rest with Romance: “You Deserve Each Other” will have you laughing and smiling down at its pages

Rest with Romance: “You Deserve Each Other” will have you laughing and smiling down at its pages

Rahma Shaikh, Reporter November 2, 2022

My reading history in romance literature has been full of books on different types of relationship dynamics. None of them were able to live up to the hilarity and timeless romantic theme provided by “You...

Opinion editor and social media manager Madeline Rivera holds a Red Cross blood donor form next to the arm she donated with. After her fathers life was saved by a blood transfusion, Rivera was motivated to participate in her schools blood drive to give back.

Opinion: O Positive

Madeline Rivera, Opinion editor and social media manager October 28, 2022

November 6, 2020. That Friday changed my life forever.  I sat in my bed after finishing my online assignments, cuddling close to my cat and staring at my phone displaying text messages with my father.  Delivered.  The...

Opinion: Anti-homeless architecture ignores real solutions

Opinion: Anti-homeless architecture ignores real solutions

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager October 27, 2022

No matter how large or small the homeless population is in an area, how a city chooses to deal with the issue has always varied in response. Homelessness as a whole is on a decline; however, according...

A polar bear stands on what is left of a mostly-melted iceberg. The Arctic Ocean is warming nearly twice as fast as the global average, depleting polar bears’ hunting grounds and increasingly restricting their diet.

Staff Editorial: Everyone needs to take steps to improve their carbon footprint

Staff October 26, 2022

Many students may know about the severity of climate change and how it is affecting the planet’s current weather and geography. However, there is not enough awareness about how it affects important aspects...

The Netflix Not List: “The Kissing Booth” is a kiss of disappointment

Nyla Smith, Reporter October 25, 2022

“The Netflix Not List” is a blog now turned vlog that covers the more questionable movies on Netflix. In this episode, I watched “Kissing Booth,” a movie that’s given me countless nightmares...

Graphic by Alexander Cha

Opinion: The failures of Greg Abbott

Alexander Cha, Reporter October 25, 2022

As the 2022 midterm elections loom over Texans, scheduled for Nov. 8, citizens must make the critical choice of either voting for long-term Gov. Greg Abbott, or new candidate Beto O’Rourke. Personally,...

Opinion: Let’s BeReal: one app has teens “buzzing” with excitement and pride

Opinion: Let’s BeReal: one app has teens “buzzing” with excitement and pride

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief October 25, 2022

One notification has thousands of teens around the world buzzing with excitement. Literally.  Each time I feel a sudden buzz in my jacket pocket, I rush to grab my phone so I can take a photo. Yet,...

A lit jack-o-lantern sits on a porch in preparation for Halloween

Opinion: Halloween doesn’t need to be seen as cruel

Lilah Crone, Reporter October 22, 2022

Halloween is a popular American holiday which centers around trick-or-treating, horror movies, costumes and creepy surprises. The originally pagan holiday is considered “wrong” to some religions and...

Security measures like locked doors shouldn’t be the only measures taken to ensure the safety of the student body.

Opinion: The American school system is focusing on the wrong safety

Nyla Smith, Reporter October 21, 2022

Disclaimer: This article is pertaining to the education system as a whole, not just Hebron High School.  I am sure we all know about the new rules in place that are intended to keep the student body...