The Little Hawk

Mrs. Fields-Moffit strums her ukulele in her classroom.

Mrs. Fields-Moffit

October 14, 2019

Mr. Enyart helps Gabby Clark '23 with her homework.

Mr. Enyart

October 14, 2019

Sudan’s Time is Coming

October 8, 2019

In July, after months of protests, the Sudanese military transitional government and civilian protesters finally reached an agreement.  “I think Sudanese [people]–both in Sudan and Sudanese living in America–have to be p...

It’s Been a Long Time Coming

October 8, 2019

Although al-Bashir’s reign began three decades ago, Sudan’s story–and conflict in the region–did not start there.  “Sudan is a collection of all kinds of different people who speak different languages [and have]...


October 8, 2019

Sudanese native and resident of Khartoum Fatma Mohamed, eighteen, remembers when she first heard that protests had broken out in her home country against reigning president Omar al-Bashir’s regime. “I had just come home from my last day of ...

The Burden is Shared by the Government and the People

Shoshie Hemley, Opinion Editor

October 3, 2019

For one to criticize the lack of climate from their government, but then to directly take actions that hurt the environment is inherently hypocritical. We urge governments to condemn the burning of the Amazon rainforest and st...

The Burden is Only on the Government

Rhys Holman, Executive Website Editor

October 3, 2019

100 companies are responsible for 71 percent of carbon emissions. This fact is commonly lost in discussions of climate change and how much of an individual responsibility everyone has to reduce their own carbon footprint. But...

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