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Literary Magazine

Poetry: “Night” and “Departure”

May 18, 2017 |


Sight of color

No need for technicolor

Dark and beautiful night

Ready for the flight

Final days before farewell

Have to look at the future with swell



Last minutes, final conversations

Time for final actions

Memories to … Read More

Poem: The Ball

October 16, 2016 |

As a youth he was real.

The ball is in my heart,

It was placed there by my source.

It it wasn’t for this being,

My high spirits would not be the same.

He would tell me

While we were … Read More

Yes, Race Still Matters

April 28, 2016 |

When Thomas Jefferson voiced America’s outrage at British oppression, he wrote, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty … Read More

Review: The Ten Dollar Founding Father

April 27, 2016 | 1

The musical Hamilton seems to be the hottest ticket on Broadway these days.  It is completely sold out through the winter of 2016, and if you want to buy tickets any sooner, be prepared to pay $400 or more for … Read More

Photojournalism: Snapshots of H.C.

March 22, 2016 |

The Commentator staff was asked to submit photos that capture the spirit of high school life. The following gallery represents the Hudson Catholic experience as seen through the eyes and camera lenses of the Hawks themselves.

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Essay: What is Freedom?

March 10, 2015 |

There are countless definitions for the word freedom. Freedom can be defined as something that is tangible, intangible, moral, emotional, and so on. However, what truly is freedom? One can say that it is indeed the complete opposite of … Read More

Sonnet: I’m Fine

March 10, 2015 |

Invisible. Masked. Unseen. Ghost. Disguise. Does anyone even know what it feels like? To look at yourself and just criticize. Look at them, look at you, nothing alike.

Just me, my shadows and these words of hate. They’ve got me … Read More