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David L. Hawkins, III

A conservative Junior at Dorman High School. A member of the school newspaper who dabbles in poetry, photography, and has a passion for American history.



Share this articleTonight I saw the latest show from Dorman’s Theatre Department, a program I had the privilege of participating in last year. This year’s children’s production, The Princess...

Share this articleEver since Parkland hit so close to home for me, I have done plenty of research into these horrifying tragedies and what positive change could help prevent future massacres. This research...

Share this articleThe 2020 race for the DNC’s nomination has been an interesting one. This race is crowded with a cast of 27 candidates, which includes everything from career politicians to authors to...

Share this articleThis entry is part 1 of 1 in the series David's College ExperienceThe quote for this title came from a text conversation with my roommate leading up to move-in. We were talking about...

Share this articleThis article will not include the names of either shooter. Their names can be easily accessed online but this publication will not be responsible for spreading either shooters’...

Share this articleChristian artist Andy Mineo released a song titled “Honest 2 God freestyle” that tackles his anxieties and fears throughout 2016. He talks about experiencing depression and...

Share this articleA few days ago the New York Times released a piece titled “The Making of a YouTube Radical.” This interactive article opens up with the sentences ‘Caleb Cain was a college...

Share this articleThis entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Poetry by David Hawkins hai·ku /ˈhīˌko͞o/ noun a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five,...

Share this article The hit reality show, Survivor, has been running for 20 years and thus far sees no signs of stopping. As the series continues, the production team is always trying out new themes and...

Share this article Tomorrow I graduate. It feels as if every social media post of mine for the last month, or more, has been about me graduating and me getting accepted into college and everything that...