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Fiction: “Soul Mates”

April 20, 2020 |

They stayed up waiting for this moment. Ever since they were little, it was this day that meant the most to them. Alexa and Betty, short for Elizabeth. It was going to be their 16th birthday and their soulmate’s first … Read More

Sorrys and Softball

April 20, 2020 |

It was 2:45 pm when the bell rang. Everyone in my last period U.S history class knew exactly what it meant. Whatever the turnout was, we knew tomorrow wouldn’t be the same.

“Aye, what do you think is going … Read More

Fiction: “Sweet Dreams”

April 20, 2020 |

“Coronavirus has just now moved up to having a total of 37,820 deaths and 165,659 recovered globally. We’re encouraging that everyone stay inside and follow the instructions on the quarantine to help decrease the upward trend in some of these … Read More

If I Never Met You

March 11, 2020 |

By Gianna Giordano & Juliette Pangilinan

High School students go through many ups and downs during the years and by the time they’re seniors they have met many people who have impacted their lives. No matter the lesson, it is … Read More

The Horror! The Horror!

March 10, 2020 |

By Ashley Ogando & Victoria Sanders

Horror and history collide in one special classroom! The Commentator sat down with first-year US History teacher Mr. Gonzalez, who moderates the horror and sci-fi movie club.

Not only does Mr. Gonzalez love teaching the … Read More

Opinion: American Nightmare

February 20, 2020 |

Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this piece are solely those of the author. They do not reflect the opinions of The Commentator staff nor those of Hudson Catholic Regional High School.

The American Dream.

There’s a saying I used to hear when my … Read More

One Hawk’s American Dream

February 19, 2020 |

The Commentator: Hey Julia! Thanks for coming. How are you today?

Julia Francesca Escarez: Hello! You’re welcome, and I’m doing pretty good. What about you?

TC: I’m doing fine, thank you.

JFE: No problem!

TC: Today I just have a … Read More

Opinion: The American Dream is a Lie

February 19, 2020 |

Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this piece are solely those of the author. They do not reflect the opinions of The Commentator staff nor those of Hudson Catholic Regional High School.

A full-time job after high school, marriage before a … Read More

“Real” Americans

February 12, 2020 |

It truly is a blessing to live in such an amazing nation, flourishing with technology, medicine, entertainment, and education. The United States often goes underappreciated. Especially during this time period, society is connected in a way unimaginable when compared to … Read More

Puerto Rico Waits

February 12, 2020 |

The colorful island of Purto Rico, home of the coqui, beautiful beaches and waterfalls, the palm trees that once stood tall over the sandy beaches and clear water–they now lean and cry out for help.

A slight tremor in … Read More

Lost

February 12, 2020 | | 2 Comments

Growing up, I was always aware of who I was. Although I was just this little girl to the rest of my family, I knew I had the power and strength to be “the man of the house.” I was … Read More

Two Hawks, One Nest

February 11, 2020 |

Hudson Catholic Regional High School is full of one of the most diverse student bodies in the country. We have all sorts of students here, from kids who live down the block, to kids who travel from Pennsylvania, to international … Read More

Fiction: “Spontaneous Robbery”

February 11, 2020 |

I’m currently slumped on my carpetless, hardwood floor. I sold my couch to pay for last month’s rent. My back hurts from sleeping on this cold surface every night. Not to mention I’m sick from yet another common cold. 

With … Read More

Poetry: “The Bald Eagle: America’s Reality”

February 8, 2020 | | One Comment

Have you heard the story about the bald eagle?

The bald eagle that flies ever so free?

Flying so close but barely touching the sea?

It wanted to be like a fish in the ocean,

But when it knew it … Read More

Poetry: “In Loving Memory of Kobe Bryant”

February 3, 2020 | | 2 Comments

Ten seconds left on the clock and he needed to score

The crowd screamed and watched for more

His team hustled and passed him the ball

The crowd went silent and wondered if he could make it at all

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