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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

 Many students get overwhelmed with the amount of homework they receive, which can cause mental health issues. Around 65% of high school students deal with severe anxiety and 52% are diagnosed with depression.

Opinion: Is homework really worth it?

Eyesha Sadiq, Reporter September 23, 2022

1:30 a.m. That’s what the clock said. I was used to it by now.  I only had one assignment left. I wrote my essays as my eyelids began to blink slower. I was so close to getting those two hours...

Rest with Romance

Rest with Romance

Rahma Shaikh, Reporter September 21, 2022

Throughout my life, I’ve found myself wanting an escape from reality. In November 2021, I started reading romance books and realized that it not only helped me mentally, but also helped with my confidence....

Graphic by Alexander Cha

Opinion: The value of physical media in a world of streaming

Alexander Cha, Reporter September 8, 2022

In a world where there is easy access to the internet and information, digitally-distributed media has seen a rise over the past two decades. With an increase of streaming and cloud services, people have...

A hall pass in front of the women’s restroom in the 1300 hallway.

Staff Editorial: New advisory bathroom restrictions are unrealistic

Staff September 2, 2022

As the school year begins, students are learning to readjust to their academic routines. A new year often brings a change in policies, and there has been a rather impactful adjustment made to advisory....

Opinion: Reconnecting with my Pakistani culture

Opinion: Reconnecting with my Pakistani culture

Shehzil Imran , Social media manager September 2, 2022

Growing up, I never felt truly connected to my culture. I could understand and speak my native language, I’d wear cultural clothing and participate in the traditions, but I still couldn’t help but...

Opinion: Mastery of social isolation

Opinion: Mastery of social isolation

Henry Pham, Visuals editor August 29, 2022

A nomad. That is what I’ve considered myself for the longest time, but not in its traditional context. A struggle that took hold of me at the beginning of my freshman year, made worse by the lockdown...

A bike is locked to a tree outside of the main campus. Students have to lock their bikes to trees or other objects in order to keep their bikes secure.

Opinion: Students need an accessible bike rack

Nyla Smith, Reporter August 29, 2022

As an incoming sophomore, I was ecstatic to be on the main campus this year. It felt good to finally become one of the “cool kids.” However, I am not able to fully enjoy this new position because I...

Opinion: Everyone should have access to an abortion

Opinion: Everyone should have access to an abortion

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager May 23, 2022

Abortion has always been an incredibly nuanced and controversial topic, with everyone contributing different things to the conversation. On May 2, an initial draft opinion that was written by Supreme Court...

Senior column: Expecting the unexpected

Senior column: Expecting the unexpected

Sarosh Ismail , Visual editor May 23, 2022

I’m the type of person who likes to have a plan, and whether it’s for something as big as my future career or as trivial as packing for vacation, I hate being unprepared. But if there’s anything...

Senior column: A change in plans

Senior column: A change in plans

Kate Knauff, News editor May 23, 2022

Growing up, I thought my high school hobby was going to be cheerleading. I did competitive cheer when I was in third grade, started tumbling classes in fifth grade and was on the cheer team in eighth grade,...

Opinion: Mindset shifts to help you break away from college consumerism complex

Opinion: Mindset shifts to help you break away from college consumerism complex

Katherine Parker, Managing editor May 23, 2022

American society often promotes college as the route by which we can escape the life we lived our first 18 years. I personally felt myriad emotions, such as uncertainty, excitement and anticipation, once...

Accommodations for my ADHD have led people to dismiss my abilities, and hearing this so often prevented me from acknowledging my own accomplishments. Over time, I have proven my strength to myself and realized accommodations do not discount my effort.

Opinion: Taking my time

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager May 18, 2022

An engineer. This was the response I gave my 11th grade teacher after she asked what I wanted to be when I grew up. In response, she told me I would never be able to accomplish this because I have accommodations...