Tags » Hackensack

Beleaguered Menendez battles on, smacks Obama foreign policy at Armenian genocide commemoration

HACKENSACK – Braced against the federal corruption charges filed against him, U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) stood up to a bracing breeze at the Bergen County commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide and criticized President Barack Obama’s handling of the issue. 391 more words

Comets swim team makes A big splash

By Casey Koenig

The HHS swim team had a very impressive season this year. It was one of their best seasons to date.

The Lady Comets finished with a 10-2 record and qualified for the states round for the first time in almost three decades. 145 more words


Benefits to Finding Ways to Communicate with Teachers

By Georgia Seales

High school is commonly known as the epitome of fun, frustration, anxiety, overwhelment and etc. due to the fact it is where all colleges and the real world will finally recognize a student and all he has to offer. 433 more words


The influence technology has on students

By Kathiana Ramirez

As everyone knows technology can be both beneficial and a distraction. What we are not realizing is that much of what we now do is influenced by technology. 417 more words



   By Jennifer Rojas

Many of us think that we differ from one another because of the social groups or cliques we belong to, but that is not the case.On the contrary, we are more similar to each other than we think we are. 435 more words


Panel Discussion

By Chelsea Carter and Jasmine Belew

On Thursday, Feb. 12th, a panel discussion meeting was held in the auditorium pertaining to the relationship between police officers and minorities. 302 more words


HHS fellow alumni comes back to tell his story

By Kaitlyn Kaminski

On Feb. 24th, Vaughn Crenshaw came back to Hackensack to inspire others to follow their passion.

Crenshaw knew he wanted to become a chef when he was nine-years-old. 175 more words