La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper


La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper


La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper



Irazema Treviño at the 26th Annual BEST Awards.

BEST of the BEST

Busy Bojórquéz, News Editor May 23, 2022

Irazema Treviño—LQHS’ bilingual paraeducator—was recognized with the 2022 B.E.S.T. award  by the Riverside County Office of Education.  B.E.S.T Award stands for Bilingual Educators Succeeding...

Fashion from then to now

Fashion from then to now

Laly Bautista, Reporter May 20, 2022

Back in 2004, students were very different from students today. From things like social changes, new technology and getting used to the “new normal.” Yet, students are all somewhat very similar.  Fashion...

Daniel Chico 25 gives a thumbs up after completing his first triathlon.

Q&A with Daniel Chico, LQHS’ latest triathlete

Andrea Barrera, Reporter May 13, 2022

One of LQHS' very own, Daniel Chico '25, recently completed his first-ever triathlon. He spent approximately half a year training: swimming, cycling and running. It made for a memorable experience in only...

Virginia Andrade is the cafeteria supervisor at La Quinta High School. Her banner can be found at the La Quinta Park.

Humans of LQHS banners showcase Blackhawk stories to community

Hawkview Staff April 25, 2022

Stories and portraits, plastered on vinyl banners, tell stories of aspirations and anxieties, independence, successes and heartaches, and line the fences and gates of local parks in La Quinta, as well...

LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert offers youth a safe space

LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert offers youth a safe space

Katherine Carrera and Jun Bazua April 12, 2022

The world is made of so many different people. Whether they look differently, believe differently, or love differently, they are all still people: still human. There are times when LGBTQ+ youth have...

Spider-Man: No Way Home: An ode to three generations of Peter Parker

“Spider-Man: No Way Home”: An ode to three generations of Peter Parker

Emily Nuñez, Reporter April 8, 2022

With the love of all the Spider-Man and the constant begging from fans for having all three be in a movie, it finally happened. Each generation grew up with a different Spider-Man and there has always...

Diego Castro is a sophomore at La Quinta High School.

‘Out-of-the-Ordinary Thoughts’ with Diego Castro

Rebecca Salinas, Reporter April 6, 2022

Out-of-the-Ordinary Thoughts is a new series created by Rebecca Salinas. It is a humorous column showcasing students' colorful personalities.  Diego Castro '24 has many random and out-of-the-ordinary...

Nurses are being overworked: A local look inside the front lines of the pandemic

“Nurses are being overworked”: A local look inside the front lines of the pandemic

Lexi Noguera, Editor-in-Chief March 28, 2022

Almost anything when it comes to the medical field has been in a shortage since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic from hand sanitizer to nurses.  Due to COVID-19, the ratio of patients to nurses...

Nathaniel White teaches math at La Quinta High School.

When I Was 17: Nathaniel White

Carter McKee, Reporter March 17, 2022

A player is approaching the ball. Unsure what to do, 17-year-old goalie Nathaniel White picks up the ball while the player crashes into him.  White holds out a hand to help his opponent up. As they...

Vent art in room 415.

Staff reflect on suicide prevention month

Busy Bojórquéz, News Editor March 16, 2022

When the COVID-19 pandemic spiked in early 2020, many feared that isolation could cause an increase in death by suicides.  In 2019, there were 47,511 suicides and 1.38 million attempts at suicide in...

Club members meet after school on Fridays in room 609.

National Ocean Sciences Bowl competes in first-ever competition

Betsy Patlan and Alexus Hernandez March 9, 2022

Marine life is a fascinating subject to observe. The ocean blue with its depths and breathtaking views. If the ocean calls your name, there are others who share this passion, too. At LQHS, it's the...

Lesslie Cuevas 22, Karla Diaz 22, and Lauren Rabago 23

How fashion allows for self-expression and individuality

Carter McKee, Reporter February 16, 2022

At La Quinta High School, many students believe fashion helps them feel confident in themselves, as well as a means to share their personalities through their style. Fashion has been a passion for Amaya...

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