The Little Hawk

Lessons Learned

May 25, 2010


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Senior Column by Meredith Thornton I think a lot of people misunderstand things that I say sometimes. I’m pretty sure I misunderstand what I say sometimes. Okay. That opinion article I wrote a while back about how I think people who settle for a school are bums, doesn’t mean I think people who...

Crossing the lines

May 4, 2010


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By Jeff Haidri & Carl Sessons In wake of evolving North Korean drama, the massive BP oil spill and Israel’s conflict with Gaza, the nation’s attention has shifted to the international stage. However, the event that took place a month ago in Arizona should not be forgotten. Its new immigration...

France, Chilled

April 30, 2010


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By Harrison Burke Little Hawk Staff Reporter Over spring break I traveled to France. I can easily say that it was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, and I brought home many things: French candy, French clothes, and a bit of French culture. What I, and many of the other foreign language...

Texting and driving: don’t it’s stupid

April 30, 2010


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Teen texting in combination with driving has exploded into a national health hazard. But does that make it acceptable for adults as well? The new ban on cell phone use prohibits teens from using cell phones while driving and prohibits adults from texting while driving. While this law may protect...

Izaak’s Comic of the Month

April 26, 2010


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Week of April 25

Rottweilers are getting a bad rap in Iowa City

April 15, 2010


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By Shawn Ostrander Little Hawk Reporter In Iowa City you can not have a Rottweiler in city housing, apartments, or mobile homes around here. According to the American Kennel Club, the Rottweiler is a basically a calm, confident and courageous dog. Self-confident and responds quietly to the environm...

Dining with the Devil – What historical figure would you spend an afternoon with?

March 9, 2010


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By Davis Vonk Little Hawk Managing Editor Art by Izaak Thompson Millions of humans have trampled over this earth, some leaving a blemish, others leaving an inspiring beauty mark on the Earth’s face.  These impressions left by these single human beings have molded our interpretation of the w...

Redistricting Ruckus: Will City High still be the school that leads?

February 4, 2010


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Little Hawk Staff Editorial Perception In Iowa City, the public feels that City High is becoming an obsolete school. This is incorrect. City High has always and will continue to offer top-notch educations to their students How can an outsider assume that City High is becoming the poorer and worse ...

Terror(ism)

February 4, 2010


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By Carl Sessions 2.4.10 Over winter break, a Nigerian man named Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab attempted to detonate a small bomb concealed in his underwear on a Christmas flight to Detroit. Although the bomb failed to ignite properly, the attempted attack still struck with a force and safety measu...

The F-word

January 4, 2010


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By Jordin Minner 2.5.10 There are few words one may use to describe oneself that will dismay as many as the “f-word,” and I don’t mean the one that rhymes with “duck.” I mean “feminist.” Forty years since the second wave feminist movement of the late sixties and seventies, and the 8-letter...

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