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What Happens at Senior Retreat Stays at Senior Retreat

Seniors first meeting at the front of Camp Henry. Forest Hills Eastern has had twelve senior classes since our grand opening in August 2004; however, a senior retreat didn’t exist until 2011. Before that time, the seniors enjoyed an all-night party, which now happens after graduation. Our former principal, Mr. Harvey, started this tradition during his first year working with us in 2011. He wanted to bring the senior class together in an overnight retreat.…

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Harrison Centner

Meet Harrison Centner. He is a junior at FHE. This summer he spent 5 weeks at the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, and is also part of the Nutcracker this year, at the West Michigan Youth Ballet. Harrison also partakes in Quiz Bowl at FHE  He is a busy young man and always has a smile on his face! “You don’t have to be smart to be in Quiz Bowl, you just have to like learning.”…

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Lil Naan: Did he leave his rapping days in middle school?

Nanda Murali, an ex-aspiring rapper, may be officially done with his rap career. Nanda, aka Lil Naan, has been making rap music for his loyal followers on SoundCloud since December of last year. His first piece was a collaboration with Eastern alumni Yangster. Nanda said that it was “just for fun” and that he “didn’t realize it would blow up.” The surge in popularity within his grade at Eastern was totally unexpected by Nanda. “I…

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A Simple Favor is Twisted and Jaw Dropping

 A Simple Favor will surely keep you on the edge of your seat through this entire mystery movie. Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) searches for the truth about the disappearance of her best friend Emily (Blake Lively). While searching, Stephanie uncovers many truths about her so called friends past. The movie is full of twists and turns that you’ll never except, along with an excellent performance by both actresses. This movie unpredictably will keep you guessing through Stephanie’s…

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Netflix Has Released Two Viral Teen Movies- One a Hit the other a Miss?

By Lucy Dobson and Kennedy Pfeiffle       Does then name Peter Kavinsky ring a bell? If you have been keeping up with the latest entertainment buzz, you probably heard or seen the name somewhere.  Recently Netflix has released two movies, starring Noah Centineo, the latest heart throb of many teen girls, better known as Peter Kavinsky or Jamey. The first movie, To All the Boys I Loved Before, is the latest rom-com, up…

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Is Vape Nation Over?

By Lucy Dobson        On Wednesday, September 12,  the F.D.A. ( Food and Drug Administration) , announced that teen vaping has come to “ an epidemic proportion.”  The use of popular devices especially Juul, has skyrocketed recently with teenagers, who are mostly underaged. Based on a study by the  2017 National Youth Tobacco Survey, 3.6 million students both middle and high, were using some sort of tobacco product. The FDA has spoken about…

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Matthew Howing- a singer, dancer, & artist

Matthew Howing (‘19) is a loved and well known senior here at Eastern. He has many talents that he loves to share with his class. Over the Senior Retreat Matthew performed the song, Remember Me, for the talent show. When asking about why he chose to sing, Remember Me, he responded by saying, “Its a breathtaking, beautiful, emotional song.” He sang his rendition and received a standing ovation that he fully soaked in. During the…

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We tried local coffee shops & here are our thoughts

The journalism staff here at the Hawk Herald visited locally owned coffee shops to determine what places are worth your time & money. We chatted with baristas, got to know their business, & sampled their products. Continue reading to see our opinions of: The Sparrows Coffee & Tea, PaLatte Coffee & Art, & Roots Brew shop. If you visit, let them know The Hawk Herald sent you! The Sparrows Coffee & Tea  1035 Wealthy St.…

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The Great Alone is not your ordinary coming of age story

The Great Alone is a twisted tale in a riveting 438 pages. Usually, a book this size would take me about a half a week to finish, this book took me four hours to finish. Yet, those four hours felt like I had lived years in Leni’s shoes. The Great Alone takes place in Alaska, 1974. The Great Alone is a tale of survival, heartbreak & the ultimate test on a families bond. Thirteen-year-old Leni…

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