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Poetry: “Dreams and Nightmares”

May 8, 2019 |

There are days when I feel fine. When I don’t feel like there’s a hole in my heart. But then there are some nights that you pop into my dreams. You and I are on one of our many outings … Read More

Poetry: “She Dreamed a Dream”

May 8, 2019 |

She dreamed a dream and in that dream, She dreamed that She had dreamed a dream, Of hope and fairytales come true, She dreamed a dream and thought of truth, She dreamed a dream of life and love, Of fate … Read More

Poetry: “Falling”

May 8, 2019 |

I’m falling

Why is it that I am always falling

I never stop 

I can’t grab anything to save myself

I’m falling 

Over and over again

Is it because I fear real life?

Is it because I’m afraid of what … Read More

Movie Review: Celeste and Jesse Forever

May 8, 2019 |

On a particularly dull afternoon, I asked some friends if they had any film recommendations that would, specifically, “culture” me. TV shows had been taking up my summer thus far. As I racked up a plethora of titles from cult … Read More

Poetry: “My Dream”

May 2, 2019 |

If you look at “The American Dream,” what do you see?

A sweet little “innocent” society.

But why are you looking so far away? Come close

And see why my country does the absolute most.

See I’m a … Read More

Fiction: “The Boogeyman”

May 2, 2019 |

Hide. That’s all I can do. I can’t move. I can’t speak. I can’t do anything. I have to keep quiet or else he’ll find me.

I have to keep quiet. I have to stop overthinking or he’ll hear me. … Read More

“Shrek: The Musical” Preview

April 17, 2019 |

As a member of the Hawk Drama Society, we are pleased to present Shrek: The Musical! The show will take place on Thursday, June 6, 2019, through Saturday, June 8, 2019.

Shrek: The Musical is a Broadway adaptation of … Read More

Are Aliens Out There?

April 15, 2019 |

If there was a competition about the most talked about conspiracy, the winner would be the topic of the existence of aliens, more specifically the argument that they have already visited earth and are waiting for the day to show … Read More

Marmora the Chemistry Master

April 15, 2019 |

We sat down with our very own Mr. Marmora to dig deeper into the life of the chemistry master behind room 329.

His daily life is, as you can imagine, extremely organized. A day in his life can be … Read More

“Freedom”

April 15, 2019 |

Bank of justice is bankrupt

Satisfy our thirst of freedom by drinking from the cup

We shall pledge that we shall march ahead march ahead

Then will have neither rest nor tranquility until rights are granted

Let freedom ring

We … Read More

A Boys Tennis Match for the Books

April 11, 2019 |

By Sofia Santos and Javier Herquinigo

3:28PM: It is a fine Thursday afternoon, and the boys tennis team has just arrived in Lincoln Park. Today’s game? Hudson Catholic vs. Memorial. Observing an intense warm-up session led by The Bryant Truong, … Read More

March Madness is Here

March 29, 2019 |

Last Four In. Round of 64. Round of 32. Sweet Sixteen. Elite Eight. Final Four. Finals. Champions. The Big Dance is officially here.

March Madness is the Division I National Basketball Tournament. The tournament started on March 19, 2019, … Read More

Ja Morant is the Man

March 29, 2019 |

Going into the 2018-2019 college basketball season very few knew about Murray State’s Point Guard, Ja Morant. He flew under the radar during college basketball recruiting despite being on the same AAU team as the NBA’s projected #1 pick and … Read More

Justin Glover: The Student Behind the Athlete

March 19, 2019 |

Earlier this year, we pulled Hudson Catholic’s very own student-athlete, sophomore Justin Glover, out of geometry class to have a quick chat with him about his basketball career. Seeing that his hands were tightly gripping one another, we sensed he … Read More

“Stats”

March 13, 2019 |

I wake up before the sun can rise, with a bare back and swollen eyes.

But that does not matter; I got kids to care for.

Women in sub-Saharan Africa collectively spend about 40 billion hours a year … Read More