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Poem: “The Universal Weapon”

January 14, 2020 |

The echoes of the bullets firing shake a nation

As innocent and fulfilling lives are taken 

Bodies, prayers, and shouts all seem to pile up

For some people, this riles them up 

The cries of a mother holding her lifeless … Read More

Poetry: “I Still Miss You, Rufus”

January 14, 2020 |

I Still Miss You, Rufus

Remembering when I was in kindergarten is hard

Besides all the parts when we used to play in the school play yard

Holding hands as we walk back up from lunch

Making friends whose names … Read More

Fiction: “Just Another Day”

January 13, 2020 |

My blaring alarm shakes me violently out of my sleep. I lazily slam my hand onto it to shut the damn thing up. I miss the first time and groan. I hit it repeatedly, still not opening my eyes, until … Read More

School Supplies

December 16, 2019 |

Regular school supples. They’re convenient. There’s nothing more to be said… except, there is.

For example, a ruler is really great for many things. They’re good for turning those crooked lines into straight lines. They’re good for measuring shapes … Read More

Leave the Innocent Alone

December 16, 2019 |

Protect yourself from those who offend you, but leave the innocent alone. 

You carry your gun with hate in your heart already willing to tear families apart. Your AR is loaded and suspended on your shoulders, but for who? What … Read More

HC Hall of Style

December 15, 2019 |

By Victoria Sanders & Cydney SmithRead More

Fiction: “When It Happens”

December 8, 2019 |

The first time it happens, Caleb has no idea what’s happening, but Tafida clearly seems to be in the hang of this, and she tries curling herself into his chest. He looks down and realizes her breathing is erratic, and … Read More

Fiction: “My Sister’s Texts”

December 8, 2019 | | One Comment

I am telling you this is real. I promise. I can’t go through any of that again. Let me take you back, you need to believe me.

I woke up yesterday morning, brushed my teeth, got dressed… everything normal. I … Read More

Opinion: Listen Up!

November 21, 2019 |

Hudson Catholic is once again holding the Homecoming dance and looking for people to attend. It was originally scheduled for November 2, with at least 100 people required to sign up. 

This, however, was a failure. Homecoming had to be … Read More

Spirit Week 2019

November 19, 2019 |

Spirit week of 2019 was held from October 21 to October 25. It is an event in which is done every year as apart of Hudson Catholic tradition. Students can express themselves through clothing as opposed to wearing school uniforms … Read More

Democratic Primary Frontrunner Profiles

November 19, 2019 |
  1. Former Vice President Joe Biden – Biden is currently in the lead in the 2020 democratic race, polling in at an average of 26% of voters. Biden was previously behind Elizabeth Warren in polling, but due to the recent impeachment … Read More

Molecule Master Marmora

November 19, 2019 |

By Connor McCall and Juan Teira

Every student at Hudson Catholic has seen Mr. Marmora in his famous book store on the first floor or even teaching in room 319. What many don’t know is how Mr. Marmora came up … Read More

How Clean Are Your Hands?

November 13, 2019 |

If there is nothing visible on your hands they’re clean, right? Wrong.

Many people don’t understand the concept behind bacteria and viruses. We come in contact with the dirtiest of the dirtiest on a daily basis, but would never realize … Read More

Fiction: “My Ghost”

November 11, 2019 |

To My Ghost,

It was nice to see you again today, and I promise, I will find a name for you soon. Today, I had a super long day at work, but I’m glad to be home now to … Read More

Poetry: “Prosperity”

November 11, 2019 |

Moving on is the hardest part of things,

Leaving behind what was once the most important thing to you is an everlasting pain with nothing but a constant reminder of what you’ve lost. 

Or so I thought. 

You see, many … Read More