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Electric Cars: How Green Are They? Hen Hud’s APES Students Explore

Electric Cars: How Green Are They? Hen Hud’s APES Students Explore

By Castalia Litos, School & Community Editor April 12, 2024

Mrs. Rieth’s AP Environmental Science class recently had the opportunity to explore a Tesla and dive into discussions on the environmental impact of electric vehicles. The class, which centers around environmentally conscious decision making and topics about renewable energy resources, weighed...

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Catching Up with Mr. Lupien, One of Hen Hud’s Most Inspirational Educators

By Kacie Burns and Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso April 12, 2024

One of Hen Hud’s most beloved teachers and a key member of the HHHS staff, Mr. Lupien is entering his 20th full school year at Hen Hud as a social studies teacher. He’s taught almost every course offered in Hen Hud’s social studies department. His favorites — AP Psych, AP World or History Through...

Let’s Stop Using the Term “Politically Active First Lady” – They All Deserve Credit

Let’s Stop Using the Term “Politically Active First Lady” – They All Deserve Credit

By Castalia Litos, School and Community Editor January 12, 2024

A first lady is defined by Oxford dictionary as “the wife or female partner of the president or other leader of a nation or state.” While a literal definition, it fails to address the scope of what First Ladies throughout the country’s history have contributed to the socio-political scene. Every...

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Fit For Fashion: Coffee

By Theresa Gyapong, Sofia Klinger, and Elizabeth Apienti December 8, 2023

Fit for Fashion is back with its second cycle with a cozy, yet energetic theme: Coffee. The aroma and flavor of coffee are a sweet delight, especially on a chilly fall morning. Whether it be a latte, macchiato, or plain-old cup of coffee, the beverage is a great way to start the day and shake away...

Five Diamond-in-the-Rough Albums from 2023

Five Diamond-in-the-Rough Albums from 2023

By Justin Corado, Writer December 8, 2023

5. Carly Rae Jepsen - The Loveliest Time Seven studio albums deep into her career, Carly Rae Jepsen proves that her ability to make incredible pop songs is as strong as ever. As a sister album to her previous album, The Loneliest Time, it takes its strengths and improves upon them. This record radiates...

The Grand Canyon of the East: Letchworth State Park

The Grand Canyon of the East: Letchworth State Park

By Michael Philbin December 8, 2023

Imagine a river cutting through ancient stone over the course of untold centuries, chiseling a chasm hundreds of feet deep. The river now flows strong, with rapids churning the base of the canyon. This is not a tale about the Grand Canyon, home to a national park in Arizona, but the origin of Letchworth...

Cro-Hud-Haldane Girls Swim Team

Cro-Hud-Haldane Girls Swim Team

By Emelin C.M., Writer December 1, 2023

Montrose, NY - The Croton-Hen Hud-Haldane swim team is making waves once more in the 2023 fall season. Coach Lauren Siegel, a fifth-grade teacher at Furnace Woods Elementary School, returned to lead the team and Juliet Soriceli, a general music teacher at B-V Elementary School coached alongside Siegel...

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Update on the Writer’s Strike

By Elaine Clarke, Opinion Desk Editor September 22, 2023

Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) are in the works for union renegotiations soon, says WGA in an announcement Thursday, September 15th.   The WGA has been on strike for almost four and a half months, longer than their last major...

Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced for Class of 2023

Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced for Class of 2023

By Hayden Bouza, Editor-in-Chief June 9, 2023

Montrose, New York - In an eagerly anticipated announcement, Hendrick Hudson High School proudly revealed the names of the valedictorian and salutatorian for the graduating class of 2023. The prestigious titles were awarded to two exceptional students, Peter Kochek and Kayla Cohen, who have both...

School’s Out Summer Playlist!

School’s Out Summer Playlist!

By Kacie Burns and Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso June 9, 2023

The scene is set– it’s a warm summer evening and you and your friends are off to a party together. You’re sitting in the passenger seat and get put in charge of music for the ride there. If this is the part where you freeze and don’t know what to play, don’t fret. We’ve created a playlist...

Photo Credit: Kacie Burns

Junior Class Club Holds HenHud’s 1st Ever GeoGuessr Tournament

By Kacie Burns, Arts and Entertainment Editor May 27, 2023

On May 17th, the Junior Class held a GeoGuessr Tournament after school in the library. As a fundraiser, students competed against each other in the online game GeoGuessr.  GeoGuessr uses Google Maps and Maps’ Street View to place players in various parts of the world where they have to guess...

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