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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Opinion: My experience, benefits of decreased phone use

Opinion: My experience, benefits of decreased phone use

Katherine Parker, Managing editor November 8, 2021

It feels impossible to introduce my reduced phone use challenge without a trite declaration: I am deeply attached to my phone and the world it connects me to. I have been enthralled by the boundless scope...

Open-mindedly: Anxiety, anxiety disorders

Open-mindedly: Anxiety, anxiety disorders

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief November 3, 2021

Restlessness. Irritability. Sweating. Difficulty concentrating.  These are some of the symptoms that comprise anxiety or anxiety disorders. Up until recently, I was unaware that there were differences...

Opinion: The Instagram issue

Opinion: The Instagram issue

Emma Short, Entertainment editor November 3, 2021

Body image issues. Eating disorders. Suicidal thoughts. People have mixed opinions on the effects of social media, but we can agree that Instagram has been a cause of the mental health decline among...

I’m still learning how to effectively communicate with customers while juggling multiple tasks at once.

Opinion: Serving at Starbucks – the other side of the counter

Yunseo Jo, Reporter November 2, 2021

For every customer, I’m asked to repeat the same set of words with a smile. “Thank you for choosing our Starbucks! I’m Jo; I’ll take your order when you’re ready,”  “Welcome in! What...

Opinion: Pep Rallies should be at the end of the day

Opinion: Pep Rallies should be at the end of the day

Christy Thomas, Reporter October 22, 2021

As a senior, I have experienced the old, damp bathrooms, block lunches and the ripples of the pandemic. I have watched this school grow and prevail through times of turmoil. Clearly, there have been many...

Since Aug. 1, there have been 24 school shootings across the United States. From these 24 shootings, a total of 34 people have been injured and six have died.

Opinion: School shootings have become defining characteristic of American education system

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief October 15, 2021

When I was in sixth grade, our class watched CNN Student News in contemporary world cultures class. After watching a segment about the War in Afghanistan, which included footage of soldiers on a battlefield,...

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Opinion: Mandates are a necessary evil

Alexander Cha, Reporter October 7, 2021

Two hundred ninety deaths per day as of March 2021. That’s the average death rate from COVID-19 within Texas — an honestly horrifying amount of lives lost. The pandemic has swept the state, taking...

On Sept. 1, the Texas legislature passed the Heartbeat Act, which was an enormous step backward for women’s rights.

Opinion: My body but not my choice

Christy Thomas, Reporter October 1, 2021

As a child, I thought all women were destined to be mothers. The ideas of pregnancy, submission and female modesty were ingrained into my South Asian culture, and I came to accept them as fact. I was undoubtedly...

Countdown to College: Learning Portuguese

Countdown to College: Learning Portuguese

Ashna Haiderali, Reporter October 1, 2021

Since middle school, I have been cultivating a bucket list of activities to accomplish. I’d like to consider myself an adventurous individual, but being a minor limits my participation in certain activities...

Open-mindedly

Open-mindedly

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief September 30, 2021

Over the course of the past year and a half, I’ve developed a handful of struggles regarding my metal health, most of which were provoked by the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. According to a 2020 CDC...

Opinion: The Romanticized High School Experience is overrated

Opinion: The “Romanticized High School Experience” is overrated

Hyunsol Lim, Reporter September 30, 2021

It is not a common scene in a high school film for the main character to spend their Friday night focusing on schoolwork; but, it would be a great scene to portray what high school is actually like for...

Students walking back to classroom during passing period for B lunch.

Staff editorial: Teachers, students should wear masks — still

Staff September 27, 2021

After beginning the school year with an optional mask policy, Dr. Kevin Rogers and LISD announced on Aug. 25 masks would be requested to be worn for all students and staff. This message came just weeks...