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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Talkin’ ‘bout playoffs

Talkin’ ‘bout playoffs

Jimmy Muncy, Reporter April 25, 2016

  Hebron has only three more games before the baseball playoffs start, one against Allen, and two against Plano West. Due to two losses in as many weeks, Flower Mound trails the Hawks by only...

Mug Mania: Quiche in question

Mug Mania: Quiche in question

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor April 20, 2016

I am on cloud nine. After countless searches on Pinterest for simple yet appetizing recipes, I stumbled across one for a microwavable quiche. Not the frozen kind, but from “scratch.” All I needed was...

Chemical Imbalance

Chemical Imbalance

James Muncy, Reporter April 14, 2016

There is not a sport in which statistics are more prevalent than baseball. Every single event that happens on the field is recorded and dissected in a million different ways. Everything is quantified....

Mug Mania: French toast failure

Mug Mania: French toast failure

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor April 14, 2016

This time around, in my cooking adventures, I looked for recipes that could be made in a microwave - specifically in a mug. My main purpose for scouting out these recipes was to minimize both serving sizes...

The price of suppressing feelings

The price of suppressing feelings

Hannah Arnold, Managing Editor April 12, 2016

Though we try to conceal them, feelings accumulate to be the basis for our thoughts and actions. For the majority of my life, I have suppressed my feelings. Sometimes accidentally, sometimes on purpose....

The “perfect” American family

The “perfect” American family

Megan Oosthuizen, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2016

The clueless dad. The responsible mother. The dumb brother. The eggheaded sister. The cool uncle. The wild aunt. The conservative grandparents. Growing up as an immigrant from South Africa with no extended...

Cake sandwich?

Cake sandwich?

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor April 4, 2016

I’m obsessed with baking. Before I started high school and my workload practically doubled, I used to be able to bake a lot more. Nevertheless, I still love cake and I really like eating it, but it takes...

What We Used to Be

What We Used to Be

Tatiana Calzado, Opinion Editor April 4, 2016

What has changed on our path from children to adults? What adjustments have we made to better ourselves in the eyes of society? Did we let go of our young, wild, carefree spirits and become someone we...

National League Predictions

National League Predictions

James Muncy, Staff Writer March 31, 2016

There are very few sensations that can match the euphoria that these days give me. Baseball is back. The simple three word phrase is enough to send me scouring the Internet for every single little tidbit...

The Speaker on Wheels

The Speaker on Wheels

Yusra Waris, Editor-in-Chief March 31, 2016

Bus drivers - based on how students, including myself, view them - are invisible. Sure, we recognize them by their uniform and the yellow bus that they drive, but we leave out the significance they have...

Mac and cheese nightmare

Mac and cheese nightmare

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor March 17, 2016

We all know and love KRAFT Macaroni & Cheese Dinner, but what if you could make a less artificial and a more flavorful mac and cheese from scratch? Let’s just say it’s better to stick to boxed...

Why are sad movies always the best?

Why are sad movies always the best?

Megan Oosthuizen, Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2016

Last year’s movie season just came to an end with the annual Academy Awards. We saw Leo finally get his Oscar, the return of Ali G, and (thanks to Chris Rock) the most uncomfortable group of white people...