The Little Hawk

Free To Read

Free To Read

Sarah Smith and Nova Meurice

September 27, 2014


Filed under A & E, NEWS

Over the past decade, over 5,099 books have been challenged in the U.S., meaning that a person or group tried to remove materials from a curriculum or library. The majority of opposers being parents and legal guardians. And although their goal is to protect young adults against controversial material...

Kierra and Cora’s Best Photos of September

Kierra and Cora’s Best Photos of September

Kierra Zapf and Cora Bern-Klug

September 26, 2014


Filed under A & E, OPINION, SHOWCASE

THE BEST PHOTOS OF 2014-2015 Little Hawk's High Resolution Flickr Photostream

City High Fashion

City High Fashion

Arielle Soemadi and Sophia Schlesinger

September 23, 2014


Filed under A & E, City High, Fashion

What’s in? What’s out? What stores are best to invest in? These are the fashion questions on teenagers’ minds, especially at City High. “I shop mostly online,” says Jacob Pajunen ‘15. “Forever 21 actually has a lot of good guy stuff, along with GAP. Any place that’s fairly cheap. My...

City Café Opens Up For A Year Again

City Café Opens Up For A Year Again

Jonas Geerdes, A&E Editor

August 29, 2014


Filed under A & E, NEWS

The Cafe opened up yesterday morning to students and staff. Run by the special ed department at City High, the cafe is a rich tradition here at City High. For the 2014-2015, the cafe changed distributors from Jolly Monkey Co. to the local Cafe De Sol. Clark Robkin, a paraeducator here at City High, explained...

Diviners Auditions Take Place

Ailsa Burke, Reporter

August 26, 2014


Filed under A & E, NEWS

This year, City High’s fall play will be The Diviners. Auditions for the show will be held this Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30 in Troy Peters’ room, in the upper music wing. The play will go up October 16, 17 and 18, tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults, tickets can be purchased...

Art classes end with a show

Rachel Gralnek, Reporter

May 30, 2014


Filed under A & E, NEWS, Slideshows

Room 0506 was abuzz with laughter and music, people wondered with food looking at different types of art. The art show showed all of the art classes projects of the trimester from charcoal to photography, from painting to videos. “It is a good mix of everything,” Maria McCoy ‘15 said. “All...

Why Should You Go See Oliver?

Why Should You Go See Oliver?
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Nina Dang and Taylor Milefchik

April 24, 2014


Filed under 50 People, 1 Question, A & E, FEATURE, NEWS, VIDEO

Members behind the production of Oliver gave us their reasons to see the new musical. Watch to find out the humorous and heartwarming reasons why you should attend! Musical showings are: Thursday, April 24th -- 7:30 pm Friday, April 25th -- 7:30 pm Saturday, April 26th -- 2 pm and 7:20 pm ...

Oliver Prepares for Perfection

Oliver Prepares for Perfection

Jonas Geerdes, Reporter

April 21, 2014


Filed under A & E, NEWS

With less than ten days till showtime, the cast and crew gets ready to pull together this year’s musical Oliver! Darker than musicals of the past, Oliver! deals with abandonment, murder, and mistreatment of youth in London during the 1800s. Amy Ostrem ‘14, plays a key role as Nancy, a woman abused by he...

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