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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

A Letter from the Student Council President

November 6, 2019 |

Dear Students: 

Throughout my years at Hudson Catholic Regional High School, along with my fellow classmates I have created bonds, met some of the greatest people, and made unforgettable memories. We’ve built a community, and as your student body … 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

Boy, Oh Boy!

October 9, 2019 |

It is no secret that Mrs. Lisa Matrale, Hudson Catholic English teacher, has given birth to a beautiful baby boy, Joseph Matrale. When speaking to The Commentator, she dished on her life with this two-month-old bundle of joy.

Many parents go … Read More

The PSAT is Near

October 9, 2019 |

On October 16, 2019, Hudson Catholic will be administering the PSAT to the junior class at approximately 8 a.m. in the gymnasium. 

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, more familiarly known as the PSAT, is given to all high school sophomore … Read More

The Masks

March 29, 2019 |

For the past month, seniors in Ms. Ferdinandi’s World Litersature class have been reading a novel called Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe as part of their curriculum. After finishing the book, they were assigned a project based on the novel, and many … Read More

Michael Jackson: The Man in the Mirror

February 26, 2019 |

The opinions expressed in this article belong to its author. They do not represent the views of The Commentator or those of Hudson Catholic.

The Commentator Editorial Team

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve heard the … Read More

Polar Vortex 2019

February 9, 2019 |

In times of extreme weather, it is important to remain inside, stay safe, and keep warm, as best you can. Read More

Does Intention Matter?: A Guide to Genuine Kindness

February 6, 2019 |

As we reminisce on the preceding holiday season, many of us are putting to good use the presents we received from our loved ones, as well as silently gloating at the impressive ones we gave in return. There is no … Read More

May the Best Woman Win

January 29, 2019 |

To some’s joy and others’ dismay, US Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Kamala Harris (D-CA) issued separate statements with their intentions to run for president in 2020. It can be said that these announcements were to be expected, as both … Read More

Open Mic Night 2K18

January 2, 2019 |

Hudson Catholic held its Nightmare Before Christmas-themed open mic night on December 22nd, 2018, in the cafeteria. It was hosted by senior Moses Garcia and junior Jayden Bell. All participants were dressed in Christmas sweaters and some even wore Halloween costumes. 

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Breaching the Divide

December 12, 2018 |

I talked to a Republican, conservative white woman about politics on Instagram–this is what happened. Spoiler: we aren’t all that different.

About three months ago I followed conservative public figure, Esther Houston, on Instagram. Her husband, Joel Houston, is the … Read More

Do Young People Care About Voting?

November 15, 2018 |

It was a rainy Monday morning, and I was in an Uber reluctantly making my way to a doctor’s appointment. As the Uber was driving down a highway (which one, I don’t know. I trust my phone to take me … Read More

Speech: Why My Vote Matters

November 5, 2018 | 1

Click play on the audio above to hear our Politics and Lifestyle Editor, Arlette Huesca ’19, give a rousing speech on the importance of voting. The full text of her speech can be found below.

“We hold these … Read More

What’s So Scary?

October 30, 2018 |

As the leaves grow browner and the breeze gets colder, Halloween approaches. Pumpkins carved and streets dimly lit, the youth nationwide anticipates the scariest month of the year. Boo! Happy Halloween!

The monsters under your bed, … Read More