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Masks Off in School

Elaine Clarke, Writer May 12, 2022

Masks are off in schools, but is it for good? With covid cases on the rise and online school a no-go for most, what does our future look like in schools? The mask mandate was dropped in New York, and...

An Update on the HHHS Theater Program

Sarah Mason, Editor-in-Chief March 14, 2022

Hendrick Hudson High School’s theater program was set to perform Seuss Odyssey as their fall play. After months of rehearsal, the show was unfortunately canceled due to raising COVID rates. The theater...

The End of the Pandemic?

The End of the Pandemic?

Aidan Clarke, Writer March 14, 2022

Over the past two years everyone has been on an emotional rollercoaster; we hear the pandemic will end, then a new variant shows up, the world falls apart, and then we hear the pandemic will end again....

Facebook Frenzy: Social Media’s Impact on Teens Heads to Congress

Castalia Litos, Writer November 17, 2021

Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp. The social media tech giant, morphed into a collective company, unsurprisingly makes headlines in news all across the world, although this time, it might have Zuckerberg...

Celebrating Womens History Month: Iconic Women Throughout History

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Iconic Women Throughout History

Kacie Burns, Writer March 26, 2021

Every year since 1987 we dedicate March to celebrate Women’s History and iconic female figures around the world. Many of these women fought and/or are still fighting for equal rights. Throughout history...

Artwork by Kacie Burns depicting the swearing in of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as president and vice present, respectively.

Indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for All

Indrani Malhotra, Editor-in-Chief, Writer February 4, 2021

On Wednesday January 20th, 2021, Joseph R. Biden Jr. was officially inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States. Facing a divided nation, plagued by the perils of a deadly pandemic, economic...

Protestors storm the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2021.

A Test of Democracy: Insurrection on Capitol Hill

Eoin Clarke, Writer February 3, 2021

On Wednesday, January 6th, the day Congress was set to certify the results of the 2020 Presidential election, a mob of protestors stormed the United States Capitol, outraged over supposed election fraud. ...

Alex Trebek appears with Hen Hud teacher Dr. Barcomb during the Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament.

What is a Legend? Answer: Alex Trebek

Indrani Malhotra, Writer, Editor February 3, 2021

For almost forty years, household televisions across America have captured viewers’ attention with the familiar presence of beloved Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek. On November 8th, just eight days after...

An End in Sight? A Look Into the Coronavirus Vaccine

An End in Sight? A Look Into the Coronavirus Vaccine

Eoin Clarke, Writer February 3, 2021

  The Coronavirus has been a global pandemic for some time.  Shutting down our school district in March, forcing people into lockdowns, making many people lose their jobs, and resulting in an...

Current Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris.

Kamala Harris Makes History as Vice-President

Victoria Scruse, Writer January 26, 2021

Kamala Harris is set to become the first female Vice President of the United States on January 20th, 2021. As a Senator from California, and the former Attorney General of the state, Harris decided to...

A Hollywood Ending

A Hollywood Ending

Bixby Piccolo Hill, Writer January 25, 2021

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Jack Sparrow, the swashbuckling buccaneer who frequents the Carribean and Mera, the redhead princess from Aquaman. This married starlet couple was one of the hottest topics...

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