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The World Needed Black Panther

The World Needed Black Panther

Habib Bello, Managing Editor

February 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Three words. We. Needed. This. By “we”, I don’t mean the kids. By “we”, I also don’t mean the parents. By “we”, I meant the world.     Black Panther is amazingly executed and has the potential to be argued as the best first stand-alone movie for a marvel superhero since Iron Man. This...

CON: Listening to Music While Studying

CON: Listening to Music While Studying

Brynn Elder, Editor in Chief

February 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Our brains have only a certain amount of attention and productivity to be delegated at one time, and the constant sound of music in the background detracts from that productivity.   When sitting down to study, my main focus is not only finishing the task at hand, but understanding everything I...

PRO: Listening to Music While Studying

PRO: Listening to Music While Studying

Anish Tamhaney, Editor in Chief

February 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The pinnacle of my academic prowess emerges when I enjoy the work I do. It’s that simple. Nothing more forcefully shatters the monotony of a gruelling workload than pursuing uplifting moments.   To be clear, I don’t hold faith in the Mozart theory, that classical music is an innate brain bo...

Stepping Back From Our Technology Is a Necessity

Stepping Back From Our Technology Is a Necessity

Hawkeye Staff

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

With each passing moment we remain fixated on the glaring brightness of our phone screens, the anxiety grows.   Day by day, notification by notification, our obsession with mass information (and expanded access to it) have alarmingly exacerbated the natural stress of high school.   Tha...

Privileges and The ACT

Privileges and The ACT

Jake Weitzman, Managing Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The ACT is one of the two most popular forms of standardized testing in the United States. It quizzes students on English, math, reading and science in a five hour testing period, and it is required for most college admissions. However, the test doesn’t strictly show knowledge in a score out of 36....

Grammys Performance Inspires Feminist Movement

Grammys Performance Inspires Feminist Movement

Maddy Moskus, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Television has become less entertainment, more social movement. More call to action. By no means am I complaining, because the current women’s movement gave way to the incredible events of this year’s Grammy awards.   The moment Kesha stepped on stage with a choir of prominent women in the m...

State of the Union Address – Review

State of the Union Address – Review

Jake Fogel, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

2017 was without a doubt an unprecedentedly crazy year from a rise in natural disasters, to mass shootings, to sexual harassment scandals, to Trump’s nutty politics. To mark the beginning of 2018, President Donald Trump gave a rocky State of the Union speech that failed to unify Democrats and Republic...

New Alumni Rule Is Unfair

New Alumni Rule Is Unfair

Hawkeye Staff

February 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Recently, the Bloomfield Hills High School administration together made a decision determining that in the future, high school alumni would have to schedule appointments to visit teachers as opposed to, as it has been in the past, simply coming to visit during the school day.   “We love to have...

Junior discusses second home in Boca Raton

Junior discusses second home in Boca Raton

Sadie Kirschner, Entertainment Editor

January 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion

  As the infamous winter break comes just around the corner, the common topic of where students are traveling to becomes a regularity.   For a fair amount of people, it is somewhere exotic, and most likely out of the country. But, there are also those people who are going somewhere cool however ...

The Power of Classical Music for the Unmusical

The Power of Classical Music for the Unmusical

Sophie Jackson, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

I never listened to my little brother when he played the violin. He played (and still plays) constantly. Nevertheless, I was always impressed when watching his nimble fingers dance effortlessly across the strings. I would think about my fingers, small and thin like his and yet irrevocably handicap...

Kneeling for the anthem protests racial injustice productively

Jonah Stone, Managing Editor

December 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

When I think about what the American flag stands for, my mind starts racing. There is an endless amount of symbolism surrounding the flag of our nation. However, I believe that the majority of people with this thought will have a very simple answer: freedom. Freedom of religion. Freedom of the press....

Public sports games are not the time for political statements

Habib Bello, Managing Editor

December 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Red. White. Blue. When I think of those colors, I think of a nation brought together by believing that they could beat all odds. A melting pot of different cultures and upbringings that live together in harmony. There is no irony in the name “United States of America.” Therefore, we should...