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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Staff Editorial: Independent student journalism is crucial

Staff Editorial: Independent student journalism is crucial

Staff March 21, 2022

Texas A&M University President Katharine Banks gave A&M’s student-led newspaper, “The Battalion,” an ultimatum on Feb. 10 to either cease the printing of their weekly newspaper or lose their campus...

Grammy (upper left), Nana (lower left), MeMe (right)

Opinion: A grandmother’s love

Kate Knauff, News editor March 21, 2022

The oversized heels on my 7-year-old feet click on the floor of the hotel bathroom as I confidently walk out to the room my grandma, MeMe, was staying in. It had been a long day of window-shopping and...

Opinion: Equal Pay Day: What does it mean?

Opinion: Equal Pay Day: What does it mean?

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief March 15, 2022

Think of the idea of the “gender pay gap.” What comes to your mind? Is it from the mid 20th century? An idea of women working as nurses and teachers while men are in office jobs? According to...

Opinion: The anxiety of college acceptance process

Opinion: The anxiety of college acceptance process

Ashna Haiderali, Reporter March 10, 2022

As a senior, I feel like college has basically been the only topic of conversation. It seems all people ever ask me anymore are questions like: “Where do you plan on going?” “Did you apply for any...

Opinion: Gov. Greg Abbott actively discriminates against transgender people

Opinion: Gov. Greg Abbott actively discriminates against transgender people

Alexander Cha, Reporter March 10, 2022

Under Gov. Greg Abbott’s new directive, Texas officials have begun investigations on the parents of transgender adolescents for child abuse. The directive from Abbott follows attorney general Ken Paxton’s...

The third issue of ‘Punk Sleepover’ zine, released in October 2021, sitting on top of a pile of unmade zines and shipping supplies.

Opinion: Collaging a lifestyle

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager March 9, 2022

Ever since 2021 started and school went virtual, I felt like I was thriving with so much time at home. I was able to do all my classwork while still having time to channel all my creativity, thoughts and...

Sophomore Madeline Rivera tags jewelry at Plato’s Closet, a local thrift store. This is her first job ever and she said that she has learned a lot from it.

Opinion: Getting a job as a teen is necessary

Madeline Rivera, Opinion editor and social media manager March 8, 2022

My feet hadn’t ached this badly since I went to New York City a few summers ago. Walking back and forth through the now messy clothing racks I had tidied up ten minutes ago, I am overcome with frustration....

Opinion: College isnt the only path forward

Opinion: College isn’t the only path forward

Caleb Wright, Sports editor March 4, 2022

As a sophomore, I always hear those around me discussing how they want to go to college and how it’s the best path to success. While I do want to go to college and eventually enroll in medical school,...

Countdown to College: Marvel movie marathon

Countdown to College: Marvel movie marathon

Ashna Haiderali, Reporter February 25, 2022

I try to escape reality as often as I can, and one way I do this is by allowing myself to be captivated by the world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The creation of an alternate universe that contains...

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Opinion: The Olympic Games are a waste of resources

Alexander Cha, Reporter February 22, 2022

The Olympic Games are in desperate need of reworking. As it currently stands, the international sporting event is a waste of time and money, and ultimately has been causing more harm than good. With the...

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The Netflix Not List: “Secret Obsession,” a movie that’s only 1 hour and 37 minutes, but feels like 3000 years

Nyla Smith, Reporter February 21, 2022

Welcome to the “Netflix Not List.” In this blog, I will expose the terrible movies and TV shows on Netflix, even if they are universally liked. The purpose of this blog is to spread awareness of what...

Opinion: Ups and downs of driving

Opinion: Ups and downs of driving

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager February 15, 2022

Ever since I was a kid, I saw teens in movies learning how to drive and getting their license. Because of this, I dreamed of being able to drive and of all the privileges that would come with it. However,...