Hawk Eye

E-mail and Twitter need to be unlocked on school Wi-Fi

Joey Cinello, Staff Writer

February 18, 2015

In recent weeks, there have been many changes to what's blocked and what's not blocked on the school's Wi-Fi network for phones, and it's not for the better and needs to be reconstructed immediately. Two of the main causes...

Student opinion: School lunches

Michael Herrington, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015

The quality of school lunches has recently been a topic of discussion amongst students. I spoke with a group of students and asked them what they thought about the school lunches. Do you particularly like the school l...

Healthier food should be available everywhere

Russell Finelsen, Staff Writer, Assistant Editor, Sports Editor

February 8, 2015

We eat lunch every day. Whether it is at the school cafeteria or the cafeteria at the Science Center, we order what we want, and we eat. However, some places still have unhealthy food, and do not have replacements that are healthier....

Mobile Game Reviews: City Driving 3D

Russell Finelsen, Staff Writer, Assistant Editor, Sports Editor

February 8, 2015

In my last article in this series, I talked about SimCity BuildIt, where you build a city from the ground up. However, in that game, you cannot control cars. And, you might want to move the car, not the city's buildings. Well, I ...

Should marijuana be legalized?

Nathan Runja, Staff Writer

January 30, 2015

Lately, some states have either legalized or are considering legalizing recreational marijuana. In the recent elections for the Governor of Pennsylvania, both candidates expressed their opinions. While Tom Corbett strongly...

A pressured student isn’t a productive one

Brooke Worrall, Staff Writer

January 21, 2015

In society it is clear that a student is expected to keep up with his/her grades. Students are taught (whether it be through a teacher's words or an implied message) that keeping the perfect 4.0 is the only way to success. But...

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...

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