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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 |

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

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

Poem: “Why?”

November 11, 2019 |

Why?

That’s a loaded question, isn’t it? You could have a million answers to such a simple question, and yet… none of them could satisfy me.

Why?

I never understood why you did what you did, but then again, when … Read More

Remembering Stan Lee

November 10, 2019 |

This upcoming Tuesday will mark the first year anniversary of the passing of comic book icon, Stan Lee, born Stanley Martin Lieber. He passed away on November 12, 2018.

He was born on December 28, 1922 in Manhattan, New … Read More

Fiction: “The House in the Ground”

November 8, 2019 |

Dear Inay,

It’s been about seven months since I’ve written to you from this journal. The one you gave me before you passed. I can’t believe I left in the car before going into the bunker. I missed it terribly. … Read More

New Traffic Patterns in Area Surrounding HC

October 29, 2019 |

There’s a big difference in how Hawks have been getting to school this year.

A new four-mile-long bike lane has been added to Bergen Avenue between McGinley and Journal Square. Due to the four-mile bike line that has been in … Read More

Hawk Spotlight: Junior Luis Carrasquillo

October 15, 2019 |

I got the chance to interview an old friend of mine, junior Luis Carrasquillo. He and I have been good friends since we were both in elementary school. After elementary, Carrasquillo and I went to another school, but somehow, some … Read More

Dual Enrollment Program Enters Second Year

October 15, 2019 |

Earning college credits before graduating from high school is incredibly beneficial for students. It affords them a greater chance to get into the colleges to which they apply and expedites the completion of core requirements.

This year, the St. … Read More

Brianne Brown, Future Doctor

October 15, 2019 |

If you are reading this as a high school student, prepare to be jealous!

This June, courageous Hudson Catholic senior Brianne Brown received a series of awards after attending a three-day conference at the Medical Congress of Future Physicians … Read More

Coach Nick’s Court

October 14, 2019 |

by Soukeyna Cisse and Gianna Giordano

For years Coach Nick Mariniello has been referring to the Hudson Catholic gymnasium as his court, and this year it’s official.

In honor of his outstanding coaching skills and dedication to the Hudson … Read More