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Profit over patient

Lara Janosz, Editor in Chief

February 14, 2020

We’re all familiar with the endless drug and health insurance advertisements that are shoved in our faces on an almost daily basis. We watch them on TV, hear them on the radio, and see them plastered across newspaper pages, magazines, and billboards along the expressway. It has become eerie how familia...

The 17-year-old lesson

Kushal Sanjeev, Editor in Chief

February 12, 2020

The idea of success has resonated with me throughout my entire life. Whether it was my mom, dad, or brother, everyone in my family pushed me to be the best and most successful out of all of us. The only problem was that it took 17 years for me to finally realize that success is so much more than a single w...

Friends from Afar

Darby Krugel, Editor in Chief

February 12, 2020

When I am asked the common icebreaker question, “If you could go anywhere in the world right now, where would you go?” I give an uncommon answer: Maryland. This often gets laughs, but honestly, I’m not kidding. My best friends live in Maryland, and I am perpetually counting down the days until ...

Behind Black Friday

Cartoon by Margot Wester

Hawkeye Staff

December 21, 2019

Thanksgiving comes with many gifts for high school students: a relaxing five days off of school, a delicious meal with family, and time to reflect on the positive aspects of the past year. However, this season also brings a more controversial tradition: Black Friday shopping. There are over a hundred million Americans w...

Disney+ dominates the streaming world

Disney+ dominates the streaming world

Laine Lord, Managing Editor

December 2, 2019

Given that Disney owns practically everything under the sun, it’s about time they joined the streaming world. Joining an already crowded playing field, Disney+ had big shoes to fill, but so far, it has most definitely done so.    Exclusive fan-favorites such as Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars mov...

Bachelor In Paradise breaks barriers


Shelby Jenkins, Section Editor

September 29, 2019

For the first time in the seventeen-year history of Bachelor Nation, a same-sex couple is walking away with rings on both of their fingers. Twenty-four-year-old Demi Burnett proposed to twenty-seven-year-old Kristain Haggerty on the finale of the sixth season of Bachelor In Paradise.  Viewers first met Bu...

Ditch the Ex(straw) Plastic

Ditch the Ex(straw) Plastic

Sonya Barlow, Section Editor

September 7, 2019

Plastic. The most abundant material that is currently suffocating all bodies of water and is damaging multiple ecosystems. The war on plastic is at an all time high with landfills as tall as skyscrapers as well as it plaguing the vast ocean since it is dispersed ubiquitously.    Specifically, a plethora of plastic straws l...

My Free Spirit Journalism Conference Experience

Jenny She, Managing Editor

July 3, 2019

During the summer of 2019, I was selected to attend the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference in Washington D.C.    This experience was all-expense-paid and lasted from June 14– 20, 2019; what’s more, I also received a $1,000 Scholarship!    During the conferen...

What We Can Learn From New Zealand

What We Can Learn From New Zealand

Lara Janosz, Managing Editor

May 9, 2019

In the United States, Congress is notorious for getting nothing done. The constant arguing and extreme partisanship exhibited by both sides have prohibited our nation from acting in its most dire situations. That said, as a whole, we have a thing or two to learn from New Zealand, who, in the wake of th...

Editor Column: How BBYO Has Influenced My Life

Editor Column: How BBYO Has Influenced My Life

Ali Randel, Copy Editor

March 12, 2019

Compassion. Open-mindedness. Communication. Respect. Teamwork. Leadership. These are just some of the things that my role in BBYO has taught me.   BBYO is a nonprofit, teen-run, religious organization. Their motto is, “more Jewish teens, more meaningful Jewish experiences”.   Let...

A Cup of Java

A Cup of Java

Natasha Mehta, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

Waking up for school is hard, bottom line. With homework, sports, chores, and enough time for YouTube, some part of our lives has to be allocated less time, this typically being sleep. For many teenagers, the only thing that gets them through the morning is a nice, tall glass of coffee. With this in h...

Editor Column: The Power of Investing

Evan Stern, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2019

Whether one is an engineer or doctor or an architect or teacher, the importance of managing money properly, and the security that comes with it, remains a solid fact.   In our world today though, learning how to handle money to many seems like navigating a complex realm of confusion. ...

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