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Take Me Out to the Prom Game: A Softball Girl’s Guide

April 13, 2016 |

ATTENTION ALL PROM GOERS! The prom season is here! Everyone should hustle to the dress and tux shops, and be smart at the plate to pick the perfect date. No one wants to strike out during this important season in … Read More

Hudson Catholic Hosts 26th Annual Forensic Speech Competition

April 13, 2016 |

This past weekend, the halls of Hudson were alive with the sounds of spoken word.

Hudson Catholic hosted its 26th annual Forensic Speech Competition on Saturday, April 9, 2016. For local students in grades 5-8, articulation, elocution, and eloquence were … Read More

How to Survive Prom Season

April 11, 2016 |

Some believe that prom is the most important day of a high schooler’s career. Those people are wrong. That day is graduation day.

For those of us who are just trying to have a fun, memorable night without stressing out … Read More

Opinion: La La La, I Can’t Hear You

March 2, 2016 |

To all my music lovers who rely on listening to music as a way to escape from reality, you might feel frustration about the recent announcements that students are no longer allowed to listen to music through headphones while transitioning … Read More

‘Knockout’ Returns

February 10, 2016 |

A knockout isn’t always a good thing.

After a recent recurrence in Patterson, NJ, it seems that the gruesome knockout game may unfortunately be back. The “game” is played by kids betting each other to assault innocent citizens on the … Read More

Ed Agresta Makes the Days Count

February 8, 2016 |

On Thursday, February 4, Hudson Catholic brought in guest speaker Ed Agresta to “get the dragon off the student body’s back.”

Ed Agresta works as a mental skills coach and motivational speaker educating young minds around the country. It was … Read More

If You Can Pay, You Can Play: The Problem with Travel Baseball

February 4, 2016 |

During the summer of 2013, while playing for the Ramapo Rangers, I was introduced to the world of travel baseball. Our team was comprised of 12-15 players, each of whom had tried out and made the team. We were expected … Read More

Opinion: The Worst Thing About Censorship Is ******* ********

December 13, 2015 | 1

These days people have a lot to say. Freedom of speech is the basis of our society and is a necessity for a democratic-republic to run as intended.

It is a right of the people that is slowly being taken … Read More

Opinion: The Threat of Global Warming

December 13, 2015 | 1

When earth’s temperatures rose just a few degrees over the course of a few thousand years, an ice age ended. The global climate is now projected to warm up a few more degrees, albeit, at an accelerated rate. While this … Read More

Opinion: Ready, Set, Christmas!

December 13, 2015 |

I’m starving, exhausted and highly aggravated. I do not know what color would look better on a Christmas tree nor do I know the difference between beige and cream. The only thing I can think about is if I will … Read More

Opinion: Terror Washes Over Africa as Boko Haram Strikes Again

December 12, 2015 |

The world has seen some turmoil before and after the attacks of Islamic terrorist group ISIS. With ISIS being the main target of the world, we tend to forget the up and rising terrorist groups forming.

Boko Haram, also called … Read More

Terror Strikes Paris

November 20, 2015 |

Friday the 13th is a day that is typically feared due to popular culture. However, the simultaneous terrorist attacks on the innocent civilians of Paris gave a whole other reason to fear this day. Three groups consisting of highly trained … Read More

Vladimir Putin’s Syria Operation

October 16, 2015 |

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been making headlines this past week with the bombings in Syria. Astounding footage was caught of Russian missiles being launched from the Caspian Sea, soaring through the skies of the night, and exploding … Read More

Hudson’s Got Talent!: Club 790’s Second Annual Open Mic Night

October 15, 2015 |

On the evening of Thursday, October 1, 2015, our Hudson Catholic High School cafeteria, also known as Club 790, turned into a rendition of America’s Got Talent. At the entrance, Keith Fajardo was selling Starbucks coffee and snacks as a … Read More