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A trip to New York and the death of our daily lives

A subway station the day after the conference was cancelled. This almost-empty station was used by our staff to go to Coney Island after visiting the Brooklyn Bridge.

C.I. Bacino, Timothy Katon, and EliuDaniel Reyes

April 28, 2020

There were rumors that New Yorkers' lives could be impacted by a novel coronavirus that had spread around the world and had caused deaths and chaos in different countries. However, when The Hawkeye's staff arrived in the city, on March 11, there were no signs of such a thing. Everything had gone acc...

The rise of E-Sports amid COVID-19

The rise of E-Sports amid COVID-19

Cole Maines, Design Editor

April 23, 2020

In an era, devoid of any sports media content, something utterly baffling has taken place. Mainstream sports media has embraced the video game sector as a way to fill in timeslots. To those of an older generation, this pairing can be obscure and uninteresting as the traditional athletes of that tim...

3 tips to make your quarantine bearable

3 tips to make your quarantine bearable

C.I. Bacino, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

This year, the entire human race is living unprecedented times. A big part of the United States’ population has been asked to remain home until they are told the contrary. The COVID-19 global pandemic is impacting every aspect of life for Americans. Movie theaters are closed and about to go bankrupt acc...

The impact of Yang in the 2020 Democratic primary

The impact of Yang in the 2020 Democratic primary

Timothy Katon, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

Many can agree that the most influential presidential candidates in 2016 were Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. In essence, most people credit this to their charisma, policies or simply because they addressed what seems like the end of the middle class. Andrew Yang came on the scene in 2019, addressi...

College students and the 2020 presidential election

College students and the 2020 presidential election

C.I. Bacino, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

There hasn’t been a better time for college students to participate and vote in the upcoming and most influential political event of 2020, the presidential election. According to Forbes, the U.S. college turnout for the 2018 federal midterm elections more than doubled from the previous midterm ...

Food for your Buck: Burger 21

Hawkeye staff writer EliuDaniel Reyes enjoys the first bite of his burger.

EliuDaniel Reyes, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

Picture it: the feel of the golden brown buns against your palms, the aroma from the grilled beef patty filling your nostrils, and making your mouth water. You sink your carnivores into what can only be called a delicacy and are immersed into the depths of nirvana where nothing exists but you and the...

Food for your Buck: Jeremiah’s Italian Ice

Food for your Buck: Jeremiah's Italian Ice

EliuDaniel Reyes, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

If you’re looking for a sweet spot to fill your belly at a good price then “Jeremiah’s Italian Ice” is the place for you. Jeremiah’s dining situation is partially outside, which gives off a very casual and relaxing vibe. Which makes it an ideal spot to hang out with friends or even bring ...

Clyde Butcher’s Cuba exhibit comes to HCC

Clyde Butcher's Cuba exhibit comes to HCC

Michaella St. Paul, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Clyde Butcher is an undeniably talented photographer that captures nature at its best. Dedicated to his work, he will wait for hours in hot, uncomfortable, dangerous, and damp conditions to get the picture he desires. The mesme...

Punk rock saved my life

Andy Black sings about experiences that fans can relate to

Jason Turner, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

About a year and a half ago, I wrote a piece about why I like live music. Now I want to talk about why I like music in general, but mainly in punk, metal, hardcore and alternative genres. Although I do sometimes write about different types of bands, the majority of my pieces concern artists that would gener...

Online vs Traditional classes

Online vs Traditional classes

Kayla Downey, Staff Writer

October 11, 2019

HCC, like most colleges, offers online and traditional class options. It can be difficult to decide which learning path best fits a student’s needs since both offer different benefits. When these benefits are not measured a student might&n...

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