“The Hawk Talk staff stands in support of the @unheardvoicesoffcps Instagram account, as it provides a platform for students of oppressed groups to share their experiences, holds FCPS leaders accountable and is critical for the creation of a more inclusive, anti-racist FCPS.” Check the link in our bio for this year’s final article: our staff editorial.
Print Editor-in-Chief Christina Luckett reports on the June 3 exchange between Principal Greg Hood and Keisha Young (‘20) at Madison’s senior celebration. Link to the article in our bio.
In our newest article, Hawk Talk Intern Mehru Adnan provides a list of local Black-owned restaurants to support in solidarity with the #blacklivesmatter movement. Check the link in our bio!
Check out warhawknews.com to read three new stories from Hawk Talk Intern Mehru Adnan, Lifestyle Editor Eva Ponos, and News Editor Erin McCormick!
The police killing of George Floyd has inspired protests in all 50 states, but the COVID-19 pandemic has led many, including immunocompromised folks, to play it safe and avoid the crowds. Sports Editor Josh Brown outlines five ways in which you can still take action from home. Link in bio! . (Post made at 8:46 a.m. in honor of George Floyd ♥️)
The 2020 Senior Special is finally here! Click the link in our bio to see all 16 color pages (yeah, it’s twice the size this year 😎). Happy graduation day, Madison seniors! You did it!! 🎓✨ . And a special congrats to our Hawk Talk seniors, @stephen_des, @carolinee.beth, @ethan_deborja, Jordan Roller, and Spencer Todd. We’ve enjoyed every minute on staff with you, and we can’t wait to see where your adventures will lead next ♥️ . . #jmhs #madison #warhawks #seniorszn #2020 #graduation #vienna #fcps
Check out warhawknews.com to read three new stories from Community Editor Jillian Geib, Business Manager Aida Araia and News Editor Sonia Samantaroy!
SENIORS: Fill out the survey linked in our bio ASAP if you’d like your name and college to be included in our Senior Special!🎓
In-Depth Editor Krutika Joshi explains what the FCPS school board has discussed thus far in regard to the start of the 2020-21 school year. Click the link in our bio to read the article!