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Album Review: Joji’s SMITHEREENS

January 18, 2023 |

While “SMITHEREENS” is a good album, we are still awaiting Joji to tap into his full potential. 

Joji has come a long way since his days as a Youtuber. After a decent and hopeful debut album, fans and critics … Read More

Album Review: Taylor Swift’s Midnights

November 14, 2022 |

On October 21, 2022, Grammy award winning artist, Taylor Swift released her 10th consecutive album: Midnights. This album is based off  “13 sleepless nights scattered throughout her life.” Listening to this album is like reading through Swift’s diary. Midnights is … Read More

Album Review: The Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Cool It Down

November 11, 2022 |

The  New  York  City  trio  make  a  scintillating  return  as  they  elegantly  pave  a  new  era  for  the  band.

Yeah  Yeah  Yeah’s  return  proves  to  be  worth  the  wait  after  being  left  with  2013’s  “Mosquito”  as  the  career  low  … Read More

Senior Night for Hudson Catholic Girl’s Volleyball

October 27, 2022 |

On October 13th the girl’s volleyball team continued their 3-Game Win Streak as they celebrated  senior night here in the Hawk’s Nest. Families and friends gathered to show love for the last home game of the season for our star … Read More

Drip or Drown Homecoming

October 18, 2022 |

Homecoming is this Friday October 21st and you will not want to miss it! Get ready to dance and have fun with your friends. Unlike previous years, we’ve been given the opportunity to party in St. Peter’s Sky Room! Expect … Read More

Cheer Captain

May 9, 2022 |

After four years on the Hudson Catholic Cheer team, Captain Brianna Karioki is turning in her pom-poms and heading off to college. The next captain of the cheer team has yet to be decided but Karioki hopes that they will … Read More

We Need to Speak Up

May 3, 2022 |

Gun culture is a problem. 

As blunt as it may seem, the easy access to firearms in America is unprecedented. In 2019, studies made by the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence said that America had well over 350 deaths … Read More

An Overview of the Arts: Semester 1 (2021-2022)

April 19, 2022 |

With the first semester of art finished, Mrs. Sullivan  has made it a successful one for all her art students through her exemplary teaching. A lot of factors can go into the world of art, but through the use of … Read More

Xochilt Turijan Feature: History in the Making

March 4, 2022 |

Xochilt Turijan, a 18-year-old Hudson Catholic Senior, is one of New Jersey’s top leading scorers. She has added another accomplishment to her list, being the first woman and first soccer athlete  to hit 100 Goals at Hudson Catholic. “It … Read More

McGinley Square: A Hudson Catholic Introduction

February 17, 2022 |

Welcome to McGinley Square, the location of our school, Hudson Catholic! As some of our student body aren’t from Jersey City, some students may not know much about the neighboring stores and businesses. Here’s an informal introduction to the area. 

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The Star Behind The Ball

January 26, 2022 |

By: Rebecca Holder and Sheila Perez

All-time basketball star Kayla Beckford feels bittersweet as she counts her days left at Hudson Catholic. Since the young age of six, she has intensely trained and worked her way to become a star … Read More

Op-Ed: Why Straight A’s Aren’t Always a Good Thing.

January 24, 2022 |

Having straight A’s will get you anywhere and everywhere you want, at least that’s what the older generation would say. You always have to be on top of your homeworks, classworks, and always aim to get 90s or above in … Read More

LaSallian Youth

December 17, 2021 |

LaSallian Youth Club is where students gather to help out those who are in need. Annually, LaSallian Youth sponsors food drives, clothing drives, blood drives, etc. This year, we were successful in raising over a thousands of canned and non-perishable … Read More

An Outlet for Inspiration at Hudson Catholic

December 15, 2021 |

Growing up, Mrs. Sullivan was  surrounded by art. Despite the fact that half of her family are visual artists, musicians, authors, poets, and so on, she went to Fashion School and worked as a Fashion Designer in Mexico before becoming … Read More

In Loving Memory of Mrs. Lucas-McGady

November 9, 2021 |

Words can never accurately describe the pain of losing a family member. The death of Mrs. Debra Lucas-McGady left the Hudson Catholic Family reeling in her loss. Yet this is not about the sadness we felt in her passing but … Read More