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The Little Hawk

The student news site of Iowa City High School

The Little Hawk

The student news site of Iowa City High School

The Little Hawk

LH Film Review: The Lost Daughter

LH Film Review: “The Lost Daughter”

Araminta Siegling, Culture Editor January 21, 2022

Maggie Gyllenhaal's new movie is available on Netflix, starring Olivia Coleman from “The Favourite” as Leda. The beautiful score and scenery give this film a unique feeling, with moments of tension...

Members of the 2022 IWCOA High School Girls State Wrestling Tournament pose for a photo at the beginning of the competition.

City’s First Girl’s Wrestling Team Takes a Trip to State

Tommy Simmons, Reporter January 21, 2022

City High’s first-ever girl’s wrestling team is taking a trip to state in Coralville at The Xtreme Arena. The state competition is taking place Friday, December 21st, and on Saturday the 22nd. There...

Mae Barron 22, Alice Boerner 22, Maria Volkman 22, and Izzy Jurgens 22 attend a mock trial practice.

Mock Trial Begins Work on Case

Greta Stanier, Features Editor January 19, 2022

Students in Mock Trial anticipated the release of this year’s case, excited to get working after last year’s success. While the case came out in late December, the mock trial teams met on Fridays during...

Darren Richardson 22 goes for a layup while two Wahlert players guard him.

Boys Basketball Season Update

Tommy Simmons, Reporter January 18, 2022

Boys basketball recently fell short of beating Wahlert Catholic by 2 points with a score of 58-60. Wahlert was able to get up and down the court at a fast pace while getting shots in the paint. Although...

Girls Bowling team poses with their first place medals.

Girls Bowling Places 1st in Prairie Baker Tournament

Jack Degner January 13, 2022

The girl’s bowling team traveled to Cedar Rapids Prairie to compete in the Prairie Baker tournament. This meet came down to the final set, it was a best of three and the matches were tied 1-1. The third...

Laurel Hell By Mitski, to be released through Dead Oceans on February 4th.

LH Music: “Love Me More” By Mitski

Araminta Siegling, Culture Editor January 12, 2022

Indie-Pop's most prominent female artist continues her 80s inspired sound in her new single, "Love Me More". Mitski has released a new song from her upcoming album “Laurel Hell”, which is expected...

Ferguson Ward prepares to start the printer

From Thought to Plastic: 3D Printing at City High

Forrest Estes, Reporter January 11, 2022

3D printing is the process of making items out of plastic by first making them in a 3D modeling software before slowly printing them out of plastic filament one layer at a time. The printer has sat dormant...

Members of Jazz Ensmble performing at the Winter Show

Music Department Returns to Live Performances

Matisse Arnone and Mary Cate Pugh January 11, 2022

After twenty-one months of restrictions due to COVID-19, the show choirs and jazz bands returned to live performances in December 2021. In January, show choirs will participate in their first competition...

Featuring Fashion

Featuring Fashion

Rebecca Michaeli, News Editor January 10, 2022

Georgia Kimm 22 and Eviyon Richardson 22 celebrate their win against Liberty in overtime.

City Girl’s Basketball Tops Liberty and Conquers the First Half of the Season

Tommy Simmons, Reporter January 5, 2022

The 2021-22 girl’s basketball team is coached by Bill Mctaggert and assisted by Lindsey Barnard. The team hopes to make it to state this year and they are willing to make that commitment in training...

Meet The Artists

Meet The Artists

Mary Cate Pugh, Reporter January 4, 2022

Jocelyn Harte Jocelyn Harte ‘22 has always known she was an artist. Her mother, an art historian and teacher, involved Harte in an array of her classes and introduced her to various mediums at an...

Review staff members make poster for bake sale.

The Review Revived

Haileigh Steffen and Hattie Conover December 16, 2021

Taking her seat in astonishment, executive editor of the Review, Rachel Tornblom ‘22, scans the room as more students file in to take their seats for a Wednesday after-school meeting. Simply put, the...

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