A Project for Better Journalism chapter


My life changing experience in Haiti

October 3, 2017 4:43pm | Danielle Hilley

This past summer I went on a mission trip to Haiti through Hope Community Church. The trip lasted 10 days, from July 4 to July 14. There were 16 others who also went on this trip plus five adult chaperones. Many of these individuals also […]

Hawk Talk with Lydia: Final Issue May 2017

May 25, 2017 4:57pm | Lydia Williams

Dear Readers of the Hawks Post, Summer is already here, and I can tell because of how sun burnt I already am. This year has been quite the year. I became FFA President, rode a donkey in a basketball game, made new friends, and overall […]

Is love worth it: A review of Everything Everything

May 25, 2017 4:55pm | Mikaela Rosenow

Maddy is a teenager who does not venture outside of the four walls of her house because she is allergic to the outside world. What if you could not go outside without risking your life? If you could never feel the warmth of the sun […]

Whose life would you save: A review of The First Time She Drowned

May 18, 2017 7:30pm | Mikaela Rosenow

Everybody has something in their past that they would rather not think about, but what if your past is all you have? Eighteen- year-old Cassie O’Malley is a typical teenager except for the fact that she has been trapped inside a mental institution since she […]

Hawk Talk with Lydia: May 2017

May 18, 2017 7:29pm | Lydia Williams

Dear Lydia, I cannot believe it. I am a senior, and my four years of high school are coming to an end. I only have 17 days left! I am super excited and secretly crying on the inside. I am hardly going to see the […]

Hawk Talk with Lydia: April 2017

April 19, 2017 1:32pm | Lydia Williams

Dear Lydia, Freshman year was not fun at all. I am so happy that summer is right around the corner because I have had enough of being called a “stupid, little freshman.” First of all, I am a 4.0 student, and I am not even […]

Soaring through the Hawks Post

April 3, 2017 5:31pm | Mikaela Rosenow

This article was recently featured on the front page of Teaching Today WI’s Spring vol. 2 issue. Mikaela’s article can be viewed at http://www.teachingtodaywi.com/TTWISpringVolume2.html    My love of being a part of  the Hawks Post newspaper staff all started my sophomore year. I have always had […]

Which monster will win: A review of King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard

March 20, 2017 3:35pm | Mikaela Rosenow

 Imagine selling your soul to the devil in order to save your loved ones and everything you believed in. While the whole time you wonder if the devil will keep his promise or go back on his word. Is it worth it? In King’s Cage […]

Hawk Talk with Lydia: March 2017

March 20, 2017 3:31pm | Lydia Williams

Dear Lydia, The ACT was horrible! I am so scared that I did bad, and I can’t do bad on it. I want to be a doctor so I need to go to a really good school, which means I need a really good score. […]

One choice determines her destiny: A review of Firstlife by Gena Showalter

February 10, 2017 7:08pm | Mikaela Rosenow

Tenley Lockwood seems like an average teenager… except that she has spent thirteen months locked in the Prynne Asylum. In Tenley’s world living on earth is considered “firstlife,” and the society believes that it is meant for planning your “everlife” when you die. The everlife […]