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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Back In The Swing Of Things

September 30, 2018 |

As we make our way back into the swing of things at Hudson Catholic, everyone is hard at work–not just students, but teachers as well.

We spoke to a few new teachers at our Hawks’ Nest: Mr. Liam … Read More

The Best Albums of 2018 Countdown

September 30, 2018 |

15. My Dear Melancholy by The Weeknd

My Dear Melancholy serves a collection of six songs that use the grime and fragility of broken relationships. Recollecting his early EPs back in 2012, this album goes through a magical R&B Night with … Read More

Poetry: Autumn Love

September 30, 2018 |

The feeling that there is no longer a need for shorts and tank tops will always be the most comforting thought to run through my mind

Taking the over sized sweaters and fur-lined boots out of storage to keep me … Read More

The Thirst Project Comes to HC

September 30, 2018 |

On Wednesday, September 19, The Hudson Catholic student body and staff gathered in the school gymnasium for an assembly about the issue of unsafe drinking water all over the world, hosted by the non-profit organization The Thirst Project.

The Thirst … Read More

Women Demand Answers from Senator Flake

September 29, 2018 |

On Friday, September 28, Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, a Republican, released a statement through his staff that he was indeed going to vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh, which would lead to a larger Senate vote determining … Read More

Mr. Gazzale: An HC Legend

September 28, 2018 | 1

Even those students who have not had Mr. Gazzale as a teacher know him from his warm daily greetings and the “sucrose” he likes to give out to the members of our winning teams. This is all a … Read More

Analysis: Brett Kavanaugh’s Judiciary Hearing

September 27, 2018 | 1

At 6:49 p.m., four and a half hours after the Judiciary Hearing for Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh began, it finally came to an end. Various breaks and powerful statements later, the Senate floor had closed along with … Read More

Spirit Week 2018 Review

September 26, 2018 |

This year’s spirit week was filled with fun and excitement.

Monday. We kicked off the week by having a Hawaiian dress down day. It was very interesting seeing everyone dressed in their Hawaiian attire because the … Read More

Personal Essay: Next Flight

September 25, 2018 | 2

Say you, a galvanized traveller, are perched upon your airplane seat on the way to the marvels of Europe. You are beyond eager, your chest buzzing. Months ago, you spontaneously bought this ticket with your bonus check. You … Read More

How to Start the School Year Right

September 24, 2018 | 1

Organization. It is so important to have everything organized so that you can have a great start to the year. I recommend obtaining a planner so that you can write down all your homework. There are many apps out that will … Read More

Poetry: Inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s “If”

September 21, 2018 |


If you can make use of all your spare time when all around you Is fading there wont be blame to place on others;

If you can forgive and let go of your past formed by others; But make … Read More

Op-Ed: Why NY Democrats Didn’t Vote for Cynthia Nixon

September 21, 2018 |

On Thursday, September 13, 2018, New York held its gubernatorial primary elections between the state’s two Democratic candidates, incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo and actress/activist Cynthia Nixon.

Throughout the campaign season, the two have been going head to … Read More

Poetry: Fresh Start

September 20, 2018 | 1

Another new year, another first day

So much to hear, so much new stuff to say.

You’ve been here before, but it feels so new

So much in store, and you know it’s for you.

Hope you get a good … Read More

Typhoon Mangkhut’s Path of Destruction

September 18, 2018 | 1

Typhoon Mangkhut, or locally known as “Bagyong Ompong,” landed on several parts of the Philippines and severe damage took place.

It has been confirmed that the death toll across the northern part of the country … Read More