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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Opinion: High school stereotypes need to stop

Opinion: High school stereotypes need to stop

Ashna Haiderali, Reporter April 20, 2022

As a child, I spent most of my weekends in front of my television. I spent my time investing in the stories of Disney and Nickelodeon characters and studying their actions, styles and attitude. Spending...

Point/Counterpoint: Is Easter overly commercialized?

Point/Counterpoint: Is Easter overly commercialized?

Nyla Smith and Krista Fleming April 15, 2022

For Easter Festivities: Krista Fleming I’ve always loved the way we celebrate Easter, from the festive colors that can brighten my day to the egg hunts I used to participate in as a child. There’s...

Opinion: 24 hours is not enough for my needs and wants

Opinion: 24 hours is not enough for my needs and wants

Henry Pham, Reporter April 14, 2022

Before I get started: No, I am not blaming the 24-hour day for not having enough time to fit all of my daily needs and wants nor am I making a petition to the universe to make each day 40 hours long.  The...

 Refugees are not escaping to unleash horror on their host countries; they are simply trying to rebuild a life that was forcibly taken away from them.

Opinion: Ukraine crisis highlights a double standard

Christy Thomas, Reporter April 12, 2022

Like many others, my heart broke as I watched the war unfold in Ukraine. I saw mothers and children rush to airports over the chilling background of missiles and bombs on live television. I couldn't believe...

Blog: Females in Film

Blog: Females in Film

Emma Short, Entertainment editor April 8, 2022

Since 1896, when Alice Guy-Blancé was the first woman to direct a film, women film directors have been greatly underappreciated. Women have been crucial to the film industry since its early days. Production...

Graphic by Shehzil Imran

Opinion Infographic: Gender-affirming healthcare

Shehzil Imran, Reporter April 6, 2022

With recent discussions on gender-affirming healthcare becoming more widespread, it's made the question on if gender-affirming healthcare should even be allowed for those under 18 more popular. According...

Opinion: Zoos are unethical

Opinion: Zoos are unethical

Madeline Rivera, Reporter April 6, 2022

As spring approaches and the warmer weather sets in, people are beginning to venture out to enjoy the season with their family. Activities like riding roller coasters at Six Flags with friends, attending...

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1600

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief April 5, 2022

130. 368. 15. 369. 1,197. 21. 114. We measure a lot of things using numbers. Although the numbers you just read may seem random, they represent the amount of money in my bank account, my weight, the...

The Netflix Not List: “Bodyguard:” a show that gives you everything and nothing at the same time

The Netflix Not List: “Bodyguard:” a show that gives you everything and nothing at the same time

Nyla Smith, Reporter April 4, 2022

Netflix doesn't just release bad movies, but it also makes terrible shows. I have an intense hatred for Netflix Originals as many of them have terrible plot lines and actors despite their large budgets....

Point/Counterpoint: Standardized testing

Point/Counterpoint: Standardized testing

Arisha Hirji, Web editor April 4, 2022

For: Arisha Hirji  Standardized testing, and whether or not it should continue, has been a topic of discussion for years. Even though standardized testing creates an anxious environment among students,...

Point/Counterpoint: Is standard time or daylight saving time better?

Point/Counterpoint: Is standard time or daylight saving time better?

Kate Knauff and Nyla Smith March 31, 2022

For daylight saving time: Kate Knauff Making daylight saving time permanent is a spring forward. To me, time doesn’t really make sense. Any time I travel and switch time zones, I have to make my...

Opinion: ‘Fangirling’ has turned misogynistic

Opinion: ‘Fangirling’ has turned misogynistic

Emma Short, Entertainment editor March 29, 2022

Throughout middle school, and really even high school, I have gone through hyperfixations. Whether it’s a music artist, TV show or hobby, I have month-long periods where I find things to obsess over...