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Storylines for Super Bowl 58
Storylines for Super Bowl 58
By Charlie Perlman, Features Editor • February 11, 2024

This 2023-2024 NFL season has been full of incredible storylines that have captivated not only American football fans but also international supporters and Taylor Swift fans....

Mr. Greens art classroom is one of the many that will be left empty once the new Center For Creative Arts and Technology opens. With this new change, many administrators and other faculty are beginning to think about what to do with these empty classrooms.
What To Make of Vacant Space?
By Alessia Sorvillo, Design Editor of Online • January 30, 2024

With the creation of the new Center for Creative Arts and Technology, many of the computer science and art classrooms in the Upper and Middle School will be left empty, leaving...

New Year Review: Plans for the Future
New Year Review: Plans for the Future
By Joshua Lee, Features Editor • January 29, 2024
History teacher Michael Bass shows students and faculty a map in the Lindsay Room. Throughout the presentation, various maps and timelines were shown to students, with explanations given by Mr. Klimenko and Mr. Bass. Students and faculty attended the round table, listening attentively to the presentation.
History Department Hosts Israel/Gaza Roundtable
By Rebecca Ingles, Opinion Editor • November 21, 2023
Storylines for Super Bowl 58
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Storylines for Super Bowl 58
By Charlie Perlman, Features Editor • February 11, 2024

This 2023-2024 NFL season has been full of incredible storylines that have captivated not only American football fans but also international supporters and Taylor Swift fans....

Junior Olivia Houck among other students spent their time walking through the installation and taking in all the information. Different grade levels walked through the installation at different times. They began by grabbing a flameless candle and a packet of guiding questions before entering the installation.
Events
Holocaust Remembrance Day
By Giulia Sorvillo, Design Editor of Print • February 9, 2024

Michael Gyory looked out at the 10th graders he was meeting with in a Goodhue classroom and asked, “How many of you knew all four of your grandparents?” Most of the students...

Eighth grade Scholars gather at a table making crafts alongside their decorated ornaments. Several different activities were set up for the Scholars to participate in. This Holiday Party is an annual tradition allowing Scholars and their families to connect with Hackley mentors and faculty.
Hudson Scholars Annual Holiday Party
By Ashley Currie, Print Editor-in-Chief • January 12, 2024
These are some of the speakers that spoke at the round table. Everyone had a great time listening and learning about Hispanic Heritage month.
The Hispanic Heritage Roundtable
By Bella Edwards, Feature Editor of Arts • November 29, 2023
Senior Lulu Bednar, Junior Devyn OCallaghan, and Sophomore Fiona Pedraza celebrate their win. Field Hockey played Horace Mann at 2:30p.m. The girls won 2-1 in overtime.
Alumni Weekend and the Dave Allison Game
By Enya Walsh, Events Editor • November 28, 2023
Sophomore Jelani Middleton scores a basket in the third quarter of the boys varsity basketball game against Riverdale Country School. Students packed the stands to cheer on their classmates with parents watching below on court. This years Sting game featured appearances from NBA players.
Alessa Mendoza Scores One-thousandth Career Point to Kick Off the Winter Sting
By Charlotte Feehan, Feature Editor (Sports) • February 6, 2024

Brimming with anticipation, each fan and Hackley girls’ basketball team member watched as senior captain Alessa Mendoza drove toward the basket. Talent, athletic prowess,...

The girls celebrate after a big win over Maria Regina. The team created shirts to surprise their coach, Margaret Scarcella, who is a five-year cancer survivor. The girls currently have an 11-5 record.
Hackley Basketball Teams Participate in 23rd Annual Coaches vs Cancer Tournament
By Caleb Bae, News Editor • February 1, 2024

Both Hackley boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams participated in the 23rd annual Coaches vs Cancer High School Basketball Classic at Fieldston. Teams all around...

The boys basketball team celebrates after a hard-fought win vs Packer Collegiate over winter break. The boys jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. Sophomore Jelani Middleton led the team in scoring with 28 points.
Early Success for Hackley Winter Sports Teams
By Caleb Bae, News Editor • January 17, 2024
Mac makes a tremendous save against a talented Luhi team. Hackley won 9-8 after a strong defensive performance shut down Luhi. This was a big win for Hackley, having lost to Luhi in the finals a year prior.
Athlete Profile: Mac Broaddus
By Caleb Bae, News Editor • November 8, 2023
Hackley Girls Varsity Soccer and Field Hockey teams alongside Poly Prep Girls Varsity Soccer team after coming together to learn about Morgans Message at a soccer game on Pickert Field.
Club Spotlight: Morgan's Message
By Sarah Barsanti, Staff Writer • October 20, 2023
Melissa at the YoFi Fest where her film won an Audience Choice Award. Pictured from left to Doris Benitez (Melissas mother and Helado producer), Melissa,  and Helado producer Brendyn Smyth.
Alumni Profile: Melissa Rodriguez's Early Success in the Film Industry
By Maura McGlarry, Editor-in-Chief • February 26, 2024

Meet Melissa Rodriguez: a brave risk taker who was able to find success in a male dominated industry at a young age.  Melissa Rodriguez, an independent filmmaker from...

Walking through the junior hallway there are countless water bottle everywhere being used by students. On this particular day a few students brought their hydroflasks to school. Some students had their mug versions to keep their coffee warm, others used the bottles with straws to keep their water cool.
Stanleys, Hydro Flasks, and Owalas: The Water Bottle Craze
By Sejal Virk, Features Editor • February 22, 2024

As we learn about the importance of hydration in health classes and through social media, the water bottle has become an essential part of many students' daily necessities. “After...

A screenshot of the Co-Star app, showing my Dos and Donts for today as well as insight on my day.
App of the Month: Co-Star
By Samantha Reyes, Opinion Editor • January 22, 2024
Going Head-to-Head: A Review of Different Headphones
Going Head-to-Head: A Review of Different Headphones
By Rebecca Ingles, Opinion Editor • February 23, 2024

Everywhere you go, you can spot someone blocking out the world with headphones. While they can seem isolating, headphones serve a purpose in blocking out distractions,...

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That’s So Fetch! A Review of “Mean Girls”
By Rebecca Ingles, Opinion Editor • February 8, 2024

The limit of Tina Fey’s additions to the “Mean Girls” universe does not exist.  “Mean Girls” (2004), the timeless Tina Fey hit based on the self-help book “Queen...

Mr. Greens art classroom is one of the many that will be left empty once the new Center For Creative Arts and Technology opens. With this new change, many administrators and other faculty are beginning to think about what to do with these empty classrooms.
What To Make of Vacant Space?
By Alessia Sorvillo, Design Editor of Online • January 30, 2024

With the creation of the new Center for Creative Arts and Technology, many of the computer science and art classrooms in the Upper and Middle...

New Year Review: Plans for the Future
New Year Review: Plans for the Future
By Joshua Lee, Features Editor • January 29, 2024

A blazing vibrant sky enveloped in arid heat slowly shifts to colorful streets of red-orange-and yellow hues. Shades fade on hills topped with...

The Hackley Current Events Club posts weekly on their instagram with the news from that week. They post every Sunday/Monday to share easily accessible facts to their 186 followers. Their goal is to inform the Hackley community about relevant events happening around the world and in the U.S.
Club Spotlight: Hackley Current Events
By Alessia Sorvillo, Design Editor of Online • January 22, 2024
Alex Schillers Daily Schedule
Importance of Sleep
By Angelina Hummel, Staff Writer • January 21, 2024
Photo of the Week: Charlie Perlman, Features Editor
Shabaka Shakur stuck to his truth and was able to right the wrongs in his life. He came to Hackley with the mission to educate Hackley students on the law and their rights. Shakur wants to help others avoid the situation that he went through.
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