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Recommendations of the Week 11/20-11/26

Recommendations of the Week 11/20-11/26

Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso and Sarah Nabi November 24, 2022

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 10/31-11/06. Album- Vespertine by Bjork Recommended...

25,000 Kittens. Courtesy of 25,000 Kittens Bandcamp

Coping With Loss Through Music

Justin Corado, Writer November 23, 2022

Think of a loss that you have experienced, how did you get through it? Everyone copes in different ways but one of the more increasingly common methods has become music. An artist expresses themselves...

Recommendations of the Week (11/13-11/19)

Recommendations of the Week (11/13-11/19)

Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso, Kacie Burns, and Elaine Clarke November 18, 2022

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 10/31-11/06. Album- The Doors by The Doors Recommended...

Recommendations of the Week (10/31-11/06)

Recommendations of the Week (10/31-11/06)

Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso and Kacie Burns November 11, 2022

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 10/31-11/06. Album- Songs by Adrianne Lenker Recommended...

Members of Reading Club chose to read scary stories in the dark. Courtesy of Sarah Nabi

Haunted High School and Pumpkin Pops

Kacie Burns, Arts and Entertainment Editor October 28, 2022

On Wednesday, the Haunted High School returned to Hen Hud after a two year hiatus! The Haunted High School was run by various clubs of Hen Hud, each decorating their rooms and running activities. Catered...

Meet the Cast of Our Spring Musical: The Addams Family

Meet the Cast of Our Spring Musical: The Addams Family

Sarah Mason, Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2022

     After two years of troubling theater experiences throughout the world, Hendrick Hudson High School’s theater department has chosen to perform The Addams Family: The Musical for this year’s...

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...

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...

HenHud Welcomes the Return of the Festive “Pumpkin Pops” Concert

HenHud Welcomes the Return of the Festive “Pumpkin Pops” Concert

Castalia Litos, Writer December 1, 2021

HenHud’s spookiest concert returned this fall, finally able to perform in-person with a live audience. Pumpkin Pops returned, delivering the Halloween spirit of the fall, and with exciting scores...

Making Music in Masks

Sarah Mason, Writer, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2021

As students transitioned from remote learning to in-person learning, the music department changed in many different ways. Mr. Acrish, Mrs. Denler, and Mrs. Morabito are working together to create COVID-safe...

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...

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