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Happy&Healty: kindness

Happy&Healty: kindness

Sydney Gray, Sports Editor

March 11, 2018

I’m a big believer in karma, so I think what goes around comes back around to you one day. Not that I think karma is the only reason for kindness, but it’s a start. Why would you want to hurt other people if it would only end up hurting you when it’s all over? Why not show people the love you wo...

Happy&Healthy: 5:30

Happy&Healthy: 5:30

Sydney Gray, Sports Editor

March 3, 2018

“The early bird gets the worm” has always been a foreign concept to me. On a typical day, I’d roll out of bed 15 minutes before I had to leave, causing myself to go into panic mode to get ready before school. Recently, I’ve discovered this habit doesn’t work for me anymore. It leads to a g...

Happy&Healthy: journaling

Happy&Healthy: journaling

February 28, 2018

Before this year, I honestly didn’t really care about my emotional well-being very much. It sounds weird, but I like to help other people so much that sometimes I forget to take care of myself first, which I think is a struggle for me and others who are people-pleasers. Last month, I ended a toxic...

Change Jar: Childhood memorabilia

Change Jar: Childhood memorabilia

Shreya Rao, Managing Editor

February 14, 2018

As chapters of life open and close, many hold onto items from those times to serve as a reminder of who they once were. The Hawk Eye takes a closer look at students reflecting on their childhood as a reminder of who they were and what they have become.    Lydia Thomas, senior “[For Valen...

The unsolved death of a conspiracy theorist

The unsolved death of a conspiracy theorist

Tatiana Calzado, Opinion Editor

January 30, 2018

“Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.” This was a text British conspiracy theorist Max Spiers sent to his mother just a few days before his death. Spiers had many investigations regarding government/military cover ups, extraterrestrial life/UFOs, etc. Spiers was ...

Girl with a Camera: Autumn

Girl with a Camera: Autumn

Aparnna Manoj, News Editor

January 29, 2018

Although autumn has left us and most of us are looking forward to summer, I found some photos I had taken which all resonated a common color scheme: orange-green, reflecting a season filled with family and friends, food and nature.  

Why be silent?

Why be silent?

Tatiana Calzado, Opinion Editor

January 17, 2018

Sexual assault and harassment has taken place in the one the biggest industries in the world. Only now, many celebrities have begun to speak out on being a victim of sexual harassment. There had been many trending hashtags on Twitter, celebrities sharing their stories with #Metoo and #timesup. ...

Vestige Knowledge: Research Gear Shift

Vestige Knowledge: Research Gear Shift

Carter McLellan, Reporter

January 11, 2018

I have decided to delve into the depths of information relating to the Illuminati, global government, history and current events. It is my calling to find the truth and bring my discoveries to the attention of other people. Much of the information I have discovered comes from books, the internet and pe...

The girl in the water tank

The girl in the water tank

Tatiana Calzado, Opinion Editor

January 1, 2018

There were complaints of the water pressure and taste of the water; black began coming out from the faucets of the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. This prompted authorities to inspect the water tanks of the hotel. They did not expect to find the decomposing body of 21-year-old Canadian tourist Elisa Lam, flo...

Magnified: Christmas Legends

Magnified: Christmas Legends

Aparnna Manoj, News Editor

December 25, 2017

Once again, we’re drawing near to the merry time of year: Christmas. Even with the bipolar weather in Texas, the state might get some chilly temperatures. Families gather around the fireplace and exchange presents while drinking hot cocoa and telling stories. Now, we all know and love Jolly St. Nick, ak...

What the holidays mean to me

What the holidays mean to me

Shreya Rao, Managing Editor

December 21, 2017

The energy in the air always seems different to me around the holidays. I always anticipate the day holiday music starts playing on the radio. A sense of relaxation and calamity take over me when the cold air hits my legs as I walk under cloudy skies. The rush of school is put on pause as student...

Vestige Knowledge: Beginning to Inquire (Continued)

Vestige Knowledge: Beginning to Inquire (Continued)

Carter McLellan, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Today, there are many shadowy elite groups operating around the world. These groups are involved in bringing about a global government. Some of these groups are Fraternal Orders, Tavistock Institute, Club of Rome, MI-6 and the Pilgrim Society. There are also annual meetings of the Bilderberg Group and “think tanks” suc...