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Rowdy Riley

March 1, 2021 |

Standing 5 feet and 11 inches tall, weighing 184 pounds… it’s Hudson Catholic’s Defensive End, #51… Jalen Riley! 

“I’ve been playing football for 7 years now.” I saw it on tv and I was like, I could do that,” Riley … Read More

Opinion: Our Children Aren’t Learning

February 24, 2021 |

The past year has been unforgettable to say the least. The results of the continuous spread of COVID-19 have been catastrophic and have resulted in life changing drastically for everyone. For almost a year now our lives have been different. … Read More

Opinion: Progressivism in Sports

February 20, 2021 |

NOTE: This piece reflects the views of its author(s). It does not represent the views of The Commentator staff as a whole, nor is it intended to represent the opinion of Hudson Catholic Regional High School.

Progressivism is something that … Read More

Op-Ed: Tear Gas or Free Pass?

January 13, 2021 |

NOTE: This piece reflects the views of its author(s). It does not represent the views of The Commentator staff as a whole, nor is it intended to represent the opinion of Hudson Catholic Regional High School.

How do authority figures … Read More

Protruding Purples

January 11, 2021 |

Lustrous dark armor clanking as the stray 

Shades of protruding purples, beginning to fade, 

Seemed to look subdued by the dulling gray. 

Too prideful to become weak and afraid, 

She chased after the color that downplays 

The growing despair to … Read More

Opinion: The Message Within the Disaster

January 11, 2021 |

The Trumpets were blaring loud and proud!

On January 6, 2021, The United States Capitol was sieged, rioted and attacked by Pro-Trump supporters. As known by most if not all, Joe Biden was announced the winner of the Presidential Election … Read More

Top 20 Last Minute Gifts for Christmas 2020

December 22, 2020 |

By Jaylene Santiago and Sofia Gellada

With Christmas only a few days away, it is now time to start placing the finishing touches to your pile of presents. If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift, this list may be … Read More

The Biden Transition

December 21, 2020 |

Election day has passed and the nation now has its President-Elect. Joe Biden was able to take back crucial states that Donald Trump took in 2016 for an electoral count of 306 to 232. Even as the winner was not … Read More

Top 20 Christmas Songs

December 15, 2020 |

The holiday season this year, and I’ve got the perfect list of songs for you. Whether you wanna relax to some Christmas tunes or throw a small Christmas party, here are my top 20 for the season. 

  1. Justin Bieber, “Mistletoe”
  2.  Wham!, … Read More

A Hudson Catholic Soccer Star

December 7, 2020 |

When senior Genesis Maravillas steps onto the soccer field, the ground could not possibly beam more bright! The Hudson Catholic girls’ soccer team co-captain is no stranger to the thrilling and captivating sport. Since freshman year, she has stayed dedicated … Read More

A Conversation with Cook

December 6, 2020 |

At this point, most students are familiar with Mr. Joseph Cook. A relatively new face in the Hudson Catholic staff, Mr. Cook has a reputation for being a very smart man with an amazing knowledge of history and politics. The … Read More

Mr. DeLeon’s Past and Future

December 4, 2020 |

Mr. Jaime DeLeon is one of the first smiles a student sees when walking through Hudson’s doors, though not everyone knows who he was before stepping into, and who he plans to be after stepping out of, Hudson Catholic.

So … Read More

Chemistry Legend Says Goodbye

December 3, 2020 |

On what began as a fine morning during the quarantine period last May, the legendary chemistry teacher Mr. Anthony Marmora broke the news to his “birds” (as he called us) that he would not be coming back to the Hawks’ … Read More

BLESC’s Proud President

December 2, 2020 |

Not everyone knows about BLESC.

The group’s acronym stands for Blacks in Law Enforcement Servicing the Community. BLESC president Anthony Smith is a Hudson County corrections officer. Not only does he protect the community, but he gives back as well.

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Catching Up: Matea Robinson ’17

December 1, 2020 | | One Comment

Hudson Catholic alumna and Eastern International College senior Matea Robinson ’17 looks back on her time at the Hawks’ nest fondly.

While her first year in college was “fun and adventurous,” Robinson described her school-life now in much different terms. … Read More