Hawk Eye Advice

February 27, 2012

High school can be hard sometimes, but it can also be a fun place to learn new things, meet new people, and find your passion.  My passion is helping people, no matter how big or how small their problems might be. Feel free to say what you need to say so that you can be free to solve problems and work... Read more »

“Gnomish” Soccer Enthusiasm

Chiara Timbone, Staff Writer
February 27, 2012

Cori Kelly, a senior would describe herself as a loyal, friendly and energetic personality. She is a beautiful 17-year-old girl and incredibly successful at soccer. Kelly first started playing soccer when she was 4 and from her childhood to now, people recognized her amazing talent. “I wanted to play... Read more »

Money is the Motive

Sonja Avramov, Staff Writer
February 27, 2012

Tension captivates the air in the room. Money is on the line for the team. The only thing left to do is put the pen to paper. One final signature and major changes are in store. The process of signing a new player results in a stressful couple of months. With baseball season right around the corner... Read more »

Superbowl Swag

Conrad Allen, Staff Writer
February 27, 2012

 February 5th marked the date of the big game, Superbowl XLVI (46). It is hard to look at the Superbowl just a game. Nowadays it is more of a cultural event than a football game. In this year’s Superbowl, the New York Giants faced off against the New England Patriots at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis,... Read more »

This Means a Bore

Aleks Kochan, A&E Editor
February 27, 2012

Hollywood has fallen prey to an ill-advised trend of spicing up romantic comedies with a dose of secret agent action. The problem is the romantic plot ends up undeveloped and the stunts are far weaker than those in specialized action movies. After critically panned flicks like Killers and Night and... Read more »

And the Oscar Goes to…

Katie Cook, Staff Writer
February 27, 2012

The Oscars are one of the most prestigious award shows for movies and actors alike. This year’s nominees bring high hopes that this will be a memorable year for the Oscars. The final decision will not be an easy one. Here at Rockwall-Heath, there are multiple opinions on favorite nominees in certain... Read more »

Stressing Perfection

Precious Chidozie, Staff Writer
February 27, 2012

This school year has marked countless changes for our school district, especially for the teachers. One of the major firsts for teachers is stress, that comes from simply teaching. Teacher stress, this year, has been caused by many symptoms, including budget cuts and increased class sizes. Budget cuts... Read more »

¿Necesita ayuda? APOYO es la respuesta!

Lydia Moore, Co-Editor
February 27, 2012

¿Hablas español? If you do then APOYO might be right for you! APOYO (Aprender Para O Tener Y Obtener – learn about, obtain, and use our community resources) is a group specifically for native Spanish speakers who want to learn more about the school and its activities. Rosa Lopez, ESL teacher... Read more »

Hard Work Pays Off for Select Few

Breagan Adams, Staff Writer
February 27, 2012

As he walked into the PAC with his history class, his heart raced. All his friends had told him that everybody got their transcript with their ranking today. Terror raced through his body, every inch of his being became filled with fear. “I just HAVE to be number one…” he thought to himself. He... Read more »

Mardi Gras: A Tradition In Its Own

February 27, 2012

Individuals and groups of people line the streets, cheering and screaming, “Throw me something mister!” Beads soar through the air from all directions, either from people on the floats or from people in the crowd. These are some of the sights and sounds of Mardi Gras parades. Mardi Gras season... Read more »

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