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  • My Preferred Album That Was Released on October 21, 2022

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Audrey Apolinario In my humble opinion, this may be the most controversial article I have ever written. All I have to say is that I am sorry. On October 21, 2022, the world was blessed with the release of many albums.  It was also my friend’s birthday, but that’s not important right now.  Some… Read more

  • A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Claire Macdonald  ★★★★★ A Thousand Ships is a Greek mythology retelling of the Trojan war. It follows all the events and people that a Trojan war retelling typically does, the marriage of Thetis and Peleus, Odysseus, and Paris. However, there is one distinction between Natalie Haynes’ retelling and others. A Thousand Ships is told… Read more

  • Bill 7 is Outrageous and Discriminatory

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Allegra Olivieri  My 99-year-old great-aunt and godmother Rose passed away last month in the hospital after fighting through a few months of illness. Aunty Rose had a good long life, and a peaceful last few days, because she was well cared for in a hospital close to her home where her daughter could visit… Read more

  • A Debate Club is Coming to Hudson!

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Gregory Weigensberg Have you ever wanted to join a debate club? Well, good news! A new debate club run by Ms. Lovgren will be coming very soon to Hudson College! This club will be open to anyone interested in Grades 9 through 12.  So, why should you join? Firstly, anyone with a knack for… Read more

  • Complete Collapse

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Nathaniel Watts As of Friday, October 14th, 2022, Complete Collapse, the seventh studio album by American post-hardcore band, Sleeping With Sirens, is out now on all streaming services and in hard copy. Following the band’s return to their old sound with their sixth album, How It Feels to Be Lost, the band released Complete… Read more

  • Review of ‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Henry Vaughan When talking about video games that can be seen as art, not much comes close to Breath of the Wild. This game not only feels fantastic to play but looks amazing, no matter what you’re playing it on. Everything from the art to the system design, to the combat system, seems absolutely… Read more

  • The Future of School Uniforms

    November 18, 2022 by

    By Vera Jurane Many students around the world are faced with the fact that school uniforms are required in many institutions, whether it is a public school, private school, or a religion-oriented school. Most school uniform styles are outdated and not created for the comfort and convenience of the students. Although uniforms are important for… Read more

  • The History of the Modern Witch Costume 

    November 18, 2022 by

    Sabrina Chu As an avid Halloween enthusiast, I love seeing people dress up in stunning and fashionable costumes and the distinct twist people put on classic and modern characters. Last year and probably every other year Halloween has existed, a very trendy costume has been the witch, seen on many celebrities and teenagers alike. Whether… Read more

  • LGBTQ+ Representation in Media 

    November 18, 2022 by

    By: Will Hue With many shows nowadays being more inclusive than they were fifty years ago, it’s important to know why inclusivity and representation in media matters, especially in the LGBTQ+ community.  Fifty years ago, many people did not have the privilege to be who they were and express themselves. Back in the 20th century,… Read more

  • The History Of The Flags Of Denmark and Poland

    November 18, 2022 by

    Poland The flag of Poland gets a lot of its design ideas from its coat of arms. After World War 2, many Polish nationalists tried to revive the old flag which was a white and red horizontal bicolour with the white eagle from the coat of arms. The eagle was later taken off the flag… Read more

  • Cultural Racism

    October 21, 2022 by

    By: Allegra Olivieri The other day I was on Yonge Street and a man approached my friends. He asked me where Jarvis Street was. I pulled my phone out to show him the way to walk. He then turned to my friends and asked them the same question. They responded with the same answer, pointing… Read more

  • Formula 1 Driver Profile: Sebastian Vettel

    October 20, 2022 by

    By: Alice Edwards  Formula 1, the pinnacle of Motorsport, is growing at a rapid pace, drawing in new fans from every corner of the globe, with the 2021 season reaching an audience of 1.55 billion (Formula 1 2022). As the 2022 season is wrapping up and the driver market is still turbulent, let’s take a… Read more

  • The Rise and Fall of Fashion Trends

    October 20, 2022 by

    By: Audrey Apolinario Throughout history, fashion has had countless trends. From dresses that change your figure to oversized hoodies that cover your figure, trends come and go. Ever since the rise of fashion magazines, showcasing these trends has only increased. I believe that everyone has, at some point, seen headlines along the lines of “Top… Read more

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