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Ashley Johnson Competes in Miss Teen USA

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by McKenzie Roy Junior Ashley Johnson will be participating in the Miss Teen USA Pageant . The picture on the left is her evening gown and the one on the right is her interview outfit. Listen to what she has to say about the process in this interview.

Chemistry Classes Celebrate Mole Day

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by Lindsey Dalrymple Mole Day, October 23, is an important day in the science world because it celebrates the number 6.02 x 10^23. To celebrate Mole Day, chemistry teacher Erin Cothran’s class exploded pumpkins. “In chemistry we write balanced equations which can create molar ratios. The equation used to explode the pumpkins is gone over […]

Haunted Physics Lab Showcases Scientific Tricks and Treats

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[Show picture list] by David Ferguson Halloween arrived earlier on Wednesday night as Hudson High School students kicked off the season of costumes, candy, and trickery, with the annual Haunted Physics Lab. Honors and advanced placement physics students, dressed as ghouls, presented a variety of interactive physics projects to the hundreds of local families, students, […]

Should the Mr. HHS Competition Return?: Poll Results

This was the poll given to 150 students to help spirit committee determine if they should bring back the  Mr. HHS competition.

by Kaylie Blais I recently surveyed 150 students in grades 8-12 to see how students would feel if Mr. HHS returned this year. Spirit Committee has considered hosting this competition again, depending on how many students would pay to see the show and how many kids would sign up for the competition. Hopefully these results […]

The Career Pathway Center Is Now Open

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by Alex Schley The new part time Career Pathway Specialist Scott Darlington has developed a new resource for juniors and seniors, which he refers to as the Career Pathway Center. There students can get guidance and resources that will better prepare them for life after high school. Darlington is at all lunches, every day. He […]

Homecoming Rally Disappoints Hawks


by Jack Snow    Many students felt unsatisfied after the Homecoming pep rally. Eighth grader Vicky Tuttle had much to say on the issue; from the start, she had very high expectations. “I loved participating all week in Spirit Week and couldn’t wait for this rally,” Tuttle says. “Once we got into the gym it really […]

Yearbook Needs More Contributors


  by McKenzie Roy The yearbook committee needs your help. With 25 signed up for the committee, only four editors and three to four committee members attend these meetings. “The new schedule limits when people can stay after,” senior Erin Farquharson says. There are only so many extra help days with teachers. Since many students […]

Otlin Will Advise NHS and NJHS

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by Kaylie Blais National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society will be getting a new adviser this year. Assistant Principal Joshua Otlin has decided to advise both clubs. Everyone involved in these clubs either as a member or as an adviser feels it’s an important club to students. “Anything that allows us to recognize […]

Spirit Committee Faces Many Challenges

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by Brigitta Shepard and Abby Appel At any high school, anywhere in the country the tradition of homecoming is one of the most important events of the school year, but has homecoming lost its value at Hudson High School?  With a frantic search for a hawk and a senior skit in jeopardy, Hudson High’s spirit is […]

5C Causes Concern Among Students, Teachers


by Alison Eadie, Alex Schley, Emily Metivier Last spring the Hudson School Committee decided to enforce a clause in the teachers contract known as 5C. This has been part of the teacher’s contract since 1973, but it has never been strictly enforced. In previous years, teachers were required to stay after school on the first Monday of […]

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