Thank You Anchor Readers

Thank You Anchor Readers

Indrani Malhotra and Isolde McManus June 21, 2021

To our Anchor readers and staff, Thank you for an amazing four years here at the Hen Hud Anchor. From writing our very first featured articles, to bringing the Anchor online and becoming Editors...

Sarah Mandelkow (left) and Kerann Belvu (middle) perform a concussion analysis on a fellow student, during the SkillsUSA regional competition.

Choosing a BOCES Education: A Step Towards Your Future

Indrani Malhotra and Parker Piccolo-Hill June 21, 2021

The traditional four years at Hen Hud are what many students love to reminisce about – but the ‘traditional’ experience isn’t for everyone. The BOCES program allows students to continue their...

Clubs Adapting

Clubs Adapting

Parker PiccoloHill and Sarah Mason June 10, 2021

With the events of the pandemic, activities around Hen Hud have had to shift with the times. Although it’s been difficult, many clubs have still been able to continue their work! GirlUp (Sarah Mason) GirlUp...

Hen Hud Valedictorian, Madison Kivel (left), and Salutatorian, Indrani Malhotra (right).

Hendrick Hudson Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced

Parker Piccolo Hill, Writer, Editor May 8, 2021

Recently, the valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2021 were announced as Madison Kivel and Indrani Malhotra respectively. The Anchor managed to catch these two busy ladies and ask them a few...

2021 AP Exam Schedule

2021 AP Exam Schedule

Daniela Lastras-Castrejon, Writer May 2, 2021

Last year, the College Board (an American not-for-profit organization that develops and administers AP and SAT exams) decided to create 45-minute exams in place of the usual 3-hour exams due to the pandemic....

Hen Hud teacher Mr. Cina!

Teacher Feature: Mr. Cina

Zoë Rose, Writer, Editor April 24, 2021

Meet Mr. Cina, an all-grades English teacher in the Academy! Mr. Cina spent one year as a permanent substitute at Ardsley before coming to Hen Hud, and is now in his third year of teaching here. In the...

Students (Michael Mahoney, Katherine Mora,  Zoë Rose) in Mr. Tullos calculus class learn virtually, despite being present in school.

The Lack of Attendance at the High School

Daniela Lastras Castrejon, Writer April 24, 2021

Zoom calls or snooze calls? The pandemic has tested schools and teachers, forcing them to make an online version of school for their remote students who have concerns about COVID and feel safer at home....

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,...

Senior Zoë Rose competing in the 1000m race at an “Indoor” Track meet this winter

Zoë Rose Named Con Edison Scholar Athlete of the Week

Isolde McManus, Writer, Editor March 26, 2021

Each week, the Con Edison Westchester Scholastic Sports Program recognizes a “Scholar Athlete of the Week.”The Scholar Athlete is a student in the area who excels both academically and athletically,...

“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...

Snow Way Out!

Snow Way Out!

Parker Piccolo Hill, Sports Editor, Writer February 3, 2021

A feeling might not exist better than that of waking up to see a lovely covering of white on everything. You get to sleep in, you get another day on the assignments you may or may not have done, there’s...

Hendrick Hudson Students Tyler Robinson and Josh Shea with boxes of donated equipment.

Hendrick Hudson Students Make Strides in Sports Gear Charity Collection

Isabella DeBenedictis, Writer, Layout February 3, 2021

Next time you go to throw away old sports equipment, consider donating them to a good cause instead. Millions of children can't afford the high price tags of many sports gear and rely on donations. Two...

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