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2018 Promposals

2018 Promposals

Brysenia Miranda, Assistant Editor May 17, 2018

A glimpse into a few of LQHS' promposals this year.

The Art of Prom: Your Guide to Prom Prep

Thao Nguyen and Bailey Franklin May 17, 2018

Everyone feels stressed when getting ready for any formal event or big occasion. With the countdown to prom coming to a close, it’s best to start preparations early. Here are some tips on how to look...

Humans of La Quinta High

Humans of La Quinta High

Hawkview Staff April 19, 2018

Humans of La Quinta High is a photojournalism project by the Hawkview staff that aims to cultivate empathy between Blackhawk students and staff. Follow us on Instagram: @humansoflqhs

Learning Through Community Service: Students Journey to Mexico

Learning Through Community Service: Students Journey to Mexico

Katelyn Pagela, Copy Editor March 22, 2018

MHA students Andrea Bresani ‘19 and Jordan Menne ‘19 were given the opportunity from their church, The Garden Fellowship, to travel to Carmen Serdán, Mexico and help disabled orphans in need through...

When I Was 17: Thornbury Edition

When I Was 17: Thornbury Edition

Emily Martinez, Editor-in-Chief February 16, 2018

When Ms. Thornbury graduated high school in 1974, she knew she would be pursuing a career related to science. Thornbury said, “I’ve always loved school; that was so important to me. Even classes that...

Coachella Line-Up 2018: Yay or Nay?

Sebastian Camacho , Copy Editor February 13, 2018

With the recently announced Coachella lineup, many festival-goers seem extremely split on the artists chosen for this year’s event. This year’s headlining acts include The Weeknd, Beyoncé, and Eminem....

When I Was 17: Mr. Raven

Christian Rodriguez, Features Editor January 23, 2018

In 2012, when he was 17, La Quinta High School history teacher Mr. Raven was in his junior year at Valley View High in Moreno Valley. Raven, as expected, enjoyed history class the most -- finding it...

Passion for the Pediatric Trauma Program

Mlen Azurin, Art Editor December 13, 2017

On Nov. 11, Key Club members from Southern California, Nevada, and Hawaii teamed together at Six Flags Magic Mountain to attend Key Club’s annual Fall Rally South (FRS). The day was jam-packed with spirit:...

Robolights in Palm Springs Continues to Glow

Robolights in Palm Springs Continues to Glow

Kevin Ayala, Reporter December 12, 2017

Robolights is the name given to a 4.5-acre art display created by Palm Springs resident Kenny Irwing Jr. in order to share his work with the world. For the holiday season, Irwing decks out his robots with...

Advice to Future Adventurers

Kevin Ayala, Reporter December 12, 2017

Joshua Tree National Park had a special free entry day on Nov. 10. Some of my friends and I took it upon ourselves to capitalize on that fact to plan a trip. It was originally meant to be an overnight...

A National Park In Your Own Backyard

Bailey Franklin, Editor-in-Chief December 12, 2017

Joshua Tree National Park is one of the 58 national parks run by the National Park Service. Their goal is to preserve the ecological and historical integrity while allowing the public to appreciate and...

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