Hawk Eye

Obama’s proposed plan has pros and cons

Kaitlyn Ellsworth and Taylor Scalise

January 14, 2015

On Thursday, Jan. 8, President Obama proposed a plan to provide two years of Community College for free to students. This program will allow the chance to receive an associate's degree or half of a bachelor's degree as long as...

How many students at BPHS actually read Hawk Eye?

Greydon Tomkowitz, Staff Writer

January 14, 2015

As I was writing an article about the cast of the BPHS fall play, I had a depressing thought, "How many people would actually read any of this?" How many BPHS students actually read Hawk Eye, or even know it exists? This is an in...

Poor sportsmanship makes everyone a loser

Russell Finelsen, Staff Writer, Assistant Editor

January 7, 2015

Many people are excited after they win a game. They are also sad after losing a game. But, one should not be a sore loser or winner. If you are the sore winner, you make the loser feel bad with your bragging and such. It also...

Don’t wait until New Years for your resolution

Krista Vandyke, Staff Writer

January 6, 2015

At the beginning of each year, many people make a promise to themselves to improve in some way, also known as a New Years resolution. The goals range from losing weight to improving grades to traveling the world and just about...

Black Friday is becoming Black Thursday

Kaitlyn Ellsworth, Staff Writer

December 9, 2014

Many shoppers find joy in waking up at 3 a.m. the day after Thanksgiving to find the best deals of the year. That day is known as Black Friday. But now, shoppers can simply just go on Thanksgiving, a day that is supposed to be...

The basketball tip-off should be taken off

Russell Finelsen, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

The basketball tip-off is a huge part of the game. Like a football coin flip, whoever gets the ball gets possession first. However, new questions about the tip-off have been raised after a recent rash of injuries to referees...

There needs to be a culture change at BPHS

Joey Cinello, Staff Writer

November 25, 2014

Recently, Bethel Park has had its regional and national image change with some of the events that have occurred in recent weeks and months at Bethel Park High School. It all started back in October when a student at BPHS helped...

The dress code is a mess code

Kayte Zeiler, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

At least once in a teenager's life they get called to the principal's office. Maybe they wanted to inform you that you have won an award or maybe you got caught smoking an e-cig in the bathroom. One of the most common reasons...

Students ruin assembly… Again

Taylor Scalise, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

On Thursday, Nov. 20, students from the Duquesne Pharmacy department gave a presentation on the danger of illicit and prescription drugs. I think the assembly would have been very interesting… if I would have been able to hear...

Is Pirates trade for Yankees catcher Cervelli good or bad?

Russell Finelsen, Staff Writer

November 19, 2014

Recently, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Yankees struck a deal in which Pirates pitcher Justin Wilson was sent to the Yankees and Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli was moved to the Pirates' roster. But, was it a good...

The basketball flop needs to stop

Russell Finelsen, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

Many of us are enamored by the sport of basketball and the players in the National Basketball Association (NBA). These players dunk over people, shoot game-winning shots, and win championships. However, one thing they do that...

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