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Hawkmadinejad by Night

Last night, Hawkma was spotted on the John Jay 10 terrace. Quick-witted freshpeople snapped a few gorgeous pictures of the bird contemplating his/her existence. If Hawkma really is a she, her theme song would probably be Queen of the Night.

Nighthawk(s) by David Brann.

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  • what.... says:

    @what.... was this all about Hawkma being “dead” over the summer? I am so confused right now… this bird obviously has magical phoenix-like powers.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous YEAH DAVID BRANN!

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