The Student News Site of Hendrick Hudson

The Hendrick Hudson Anchor

The Student News Site of Hendrick Hudson

The Hendrick Hudson Anchor

The Student News Site of Hendrick Hudson

The Hendrick Hudson Anchor

Mr. Guida drawing in his free time

Teacher Feature: Mr. Guida

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso, Writer November 3, 2022

Many students at Hen Hud only know The Academy or its teachers at a glance, as only a select few visit The Academy on a daily basis. But down in the basement, Hen Hud and the Academy have welcomed a new and passionate social studies teacher. Meet Mr. Guida. Before transitioning to history education,...

Kayla with Bennie at Hunter Thinking Dog Center, photo contributor Kayla Cohen

Kayla Cohen: New Face of the Student Body

By Bixby Piccolo Hill, Writer October 20, 2022

As a new year begins at Hendrick Hudson, a new figure steps up to the mantle of student government president. Working with administration, the president acts as the voice of the student body, pushing requested changes and trying to make the school a better place for its students. This year that role...

Homecoming 2022

Homecoming 2022

By Emma Morley, Writer October 6, 2022

  Homecoming is a tradition around many schools. This year, Hen Hud added to their homecoming weekend activities with their first homecoming school dance in several years. During the day on Friday, the school attended their annual pep rally held on the turf. The pep rally included many...

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

This Year in United Sound

By 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, and mentees get to choose the instrument they want to learn--this could range from violin, to guitar,...

“Let It Ring” Cover Art

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

By 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 and Waffles,” the band went through several lineups before landing on the lineup today; Hen Hud alumni...

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 Isolde McManus Fiona Apple's “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” was released mid-April, right in...

June 2020 protests in NYC

Understanding the Black Lives Matter Movement Through Hip-Hop

By Isolde McManus, Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2020

This spring, the Black Lives Matter movement erupted, gaining more national and global attention than ever before as a result of the murder of George Floyd. People took to the streets in protest, filled their social media feeds with the cause, and began to demand justice for hundreds of others killed...

Cross Country senior Sarah Mandelkow competing in a home meet.

The College Recruiting Process: What Athletes and Coaches Have Been Doing to Tackle Recruiting Season

By Isolde McManus, Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2020

This spring, with the world turned upside down for everyone, one of the major questions about the pandemic was how it will affect the college process, and specifically the recruiting process for high school athletes. With games cancelled, seasons on hold, and official visits suspended, athletes and college...

A New Outlet for the Music Industry: TikTok

A New Outlet for the Music Industry: TikTok

By Sarah Mason, Writer, Layout team November 8, 2020

TikTok is more than a way to create short videos for entertainment. This small, seemingly useless app, has been doing a lot for the music industry for the past few years. Whether you’re a new, upcoming artist, or a popular, mainstream one, you can share your music more easily than ever before. If you...

Timothee Chalamet and Josh Brolin on the set of Dune.

Coming Soon to a Theater Near You: Upcoming Movies Preview

By Isabella DeBenedictis, Writer, Layout team November 8, 2020

With the Coronavirus taking over the nation in 2020, many films release dates and production starts have had to be pushed back. Here are some of the upcoming movies to look out for this year. A Quiet Place Part II Directed by John Krasinski  March 8, 2020 - April 23, 2021 After the events of...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Hendrick Hudson Anchor
Our Goal

Comments (0)

All The Anchor Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest