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From left to right: Layla Freiberg and Miranda Muir, the 2021-2022 Hawkview co-editors-in-chief

2021-2022 Hawkview editors-in-chief say hello

Miranda Muir and Layla Freiberg December 16, 2021

We are Miranda Muir and Layla Freiberg, your Hawkview co-editors-in-chief for the 2021-2022 school year. The Hawkview is La Quinta High’s student-run newspaper dedicated to amplifying local voices and...

Coachella 2022 headliner predictions

Coachella 2022 headliner predictions

Daniel Leon, Guest Writer December 16, 2021

Hello, my fellow music festival fans! It is I, Mr. Daniel Leon, with another article about who is going to headline Coachella. In my last column, back in April, I went over artists that could have headlined...

The back of student and staff IDs provides hotlines for support.

Local therapist shares tips for strengthening mental health and wellbeing

Nevaeh Perla, Guest Writer May 18, 2021

This is the second story of an opinion series on mental health by guest writer, Nevaeh Perla. Read the introductory essay here.  Mental health has become a huge part of our everyday society. I spoke...

Passion project aims to educate peers on mental health

Passion project aims to educate peers on mental health

Neveah Perla, Guest Writer May 3, 2021

Hi, my name is Nevaeh Perla, and I am a freshman in Ms. Cortez’s English I Honors class. I am currently working on my passion project and my goal is to spread awareness about mental health. I plan to...

Coachella 2021 predictions

Coachella 2021 predictions

Daniel Leon, Guest Writer April 19, 2021

With the Coachella weekends originally planned for around this time, one can't help but wonder who would have headlined Coachella 2021. Looking at the trend of an ever-changing musical landscape from year...

See you IRL

See you IRL

Gavin Rodriguez, Science Editor April 13, 2021

In December 2020, I deleted Instagram from my phone. Again.  But this time was different. This time, I didn’t just delete the app: I deleted my whole account, for good.  In all honesty, I think...

A statement of solidarity with AAPI communities

A statement of solidarity with AAPI communities

Editorial Board March 20, 2021

On March 16, 2021, six Asian American women were killed in their places of work in Atlanta, Georgia. Violence and prejudice against Asian Americans have always existed in this country, but since 2019,...

Illustration by Kristen Hernandez

Why Sports are Important as a High School Student

Sebastian Celaya, Reporter November 5, 2019

When people go into high school, they don’t immediately think about joining sports unless they’ve been in the process of participating in them already. What these people don’t know is that joining...

Balancing Work and School

Balancing Work and School

Ashley Brundy, Reporter November 4, 2019
With the new school year beginning, balancing work, school, friends, and everything else may seem really stressful. At times, things can start piling up and get really chaotic, especially if you struggle to successfully manage all of your responsibilities. If this is you, there's really no reason to worry or continue to add stress to yourself, as there are really simple fixes that can drastically improve your work and school life. 
College Applications: How to Conquer Them!

College Applications: How to Conquer Them!

Diego Jimenez, Web Editor-in-Chief October 30, 2019

The time has come for seniors to embark on this journey of self-evaluation and, for those of you who haven’t yet decided on a college, self-realization. It is college application season Blackhawks, and...

Finals are Coming

Vaughan Cross, Reporter March 26, 2019

As finals week encroaches upon us next month, it may bring up fruitless stress. Most of the time, this worry stems from a lack of studying and the occasional test jitters. The purpose of this piece is...

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