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The Batman Review

‘The Batman’ Review

Kacie Burns and Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso May 12, 2022

“They think I’m hiding in the shadows, but I am the shadows.” How do you reinvent a character that has been done countless times? The Batman attempts to answer this question, and does with...

Ye v. Skete

Ye v. Skete

Kacie Burns and Maria Guzman May 12, 2022

In the last couple of weeks, Kanye West, now legally known as Ye, has taken to Instagram to publicly attack and point fun at Pete Davidson (or as he calls him, Skete). These episodes of sporadic posts...

United Sound working with the Aizuri Quartet

HenHud’s Music Making Program: United Sound

Castalia Litos, Writer May 12, 2022

Music is an instrumental part of life, something we can all share. It’s the universal language that doesn’t discriminate. It’s open to everyone, and that is exactly what United Sound aims to do;...

Mitskis Reluctant Return to Music

Mitski’s Reluctant Return to Music

Elaine Clarke, Writer March 14, 2022

Mitski’s Laurel Hell was released early February 4th. After a four year hiatus between this album and her previous Be the Cowboy (released 2018), Mitski (Mitsuki Laycock) is back with new music and a...

Dont Look Up: Movie Review

Don’t Look Up: Movie Review

Elaine Clarke, Writer March 14, 2022

Director Adam McKay is famous for his witty satires and comedies, poking and prodding at important (and unimportant)topics. With a list of movies like Step Brothers, Booksmart, and The Anchorman under...

Turning on the Stage Lights; Broadway’s Return Gives the Theater Hope

Turning on the Stage Lights; Broadway’s Return Gives the Theater Hope

Castalia Litos, Writer December 1, 2021

Broadway’s back! The almost 2-year hiatus left over 97,000 employees jobless, 41 theaters dark, and an estimated loss of 35 million dollars per week. The closure of the Great White Way greatly reflected...

In Theaters Now: Films To Be

In Theaters Now: Films To Be

Elaine Clarke, Writer December 1, 2021

With theaters finally now reopened, there is a perfect opportunity to go see a movie with your friends and family. Here are upcoming movies that you should check out. Ghostbusters: Afterlife- November...

7 Albums Perfect For Fall

Kacie Burns, Writer, Layout Team November 17, 2021

The Velvet Underground and Nico by The Velvet Underground TVU&N deserves to be played loud. The album bombards the listener with sound, asserting their dominance. It’s gritty, it explores untalked...

Matthew mentors new musician Damian on how to play the violin.

This Year in United Sound

Katherine Mora, Writer, Editor April 24, 2021

Every year, a group of Hen Hud seniors dedicate their 8th period to teaching the Sailor Program Students how to play string instruments--the group is called United Sound. The seniors become mentors,...

“Let It Ring” Cover Art

Alumni Spotlight: Pant “Lets it Ring” With Debut EP

Katelyn Hartigan and Isolde McManus March 26, 2021

Many of the upperclassmen of HHHS will recall Hen Hud band Pant, who got their start in 2017 jamming on the top floor of the high school with Mr. Fredman after school. Originally called “Chicken...

Best of 2020: Staff Picks

Best of 2020: Staff Picks

2020 was a year like no other, but these releases helped entertain us through the boredom and keep us calm while the world seemed like it was falling apart. Fiona Apple's "Fetch the Bolt Cutters" by...

Dune Movie Preview

Dune Movie Preview

Elaine Clarke, Writer February 3, 2021

Dune is famous for its complex characters and their already well established relationships, and its intricate worldbuilding and politics. Because of this it is important to know some background before...

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