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Goodbye to Mr. Patrick McQueeney

Adam Kahn, Staff Writer

January 30, 2012

Filed under Faculty Profiles

Patrick McQueeney, Hawthorne High School’s vice-principal, is leaving HHS this February to continue his career as the vice-principal at Randolph High School. Mr. McQueeney took over for our previous vice-principal, Daniel L...

HHS Responds to New Bullying Law

Sabrina Mohsin, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

Filed under HHS News

Hawthorne High School students and faculty have received information about the new anti-bullying law affecting all students, teachers and staff in New Jersey schools. Teachers, freshmen, and sophomores attended orientations about...

Off to Little Italy

Allison Speranza, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

Filed under HHS News

The Hawthorne High School Italian classes went on a field trip to Little Italy in New York City. The HHS Italian Classes went on a Little Italy Cultural Tasting Tour along with three chaperones: John DiLonardo, Joe Letterese, and Marisa Margarucci. The classes went to different shops and...

HSPA Practice at HHS

Brittaney Marsico, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

Filed under HHS News

Junior students at Hawthorne High School took HSPA practice tests in December and January to prepare for the state-given test in March, 2012. Juniors have had four practices in total: two in December and two in January. In...

Outback Steakhouse: 4 Stars

Sabrina Mohsin, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

Filed under Restaurants, Reviews

 Co-founders, Tim Gannon, Bob Basham, and Chris Sullivan once said, “God if we had our own [restaurant], we would do it a little bit different.” Their dream came true as Outback Steakhouse is a chain restaurant that has a su...

Ms. Clifford: Teacher, Advisor, Friend

Michael Padilla, Staff Writer/Editor-in-Chief

January 24, 2012

Filed under Faculty Profiles

Kelly Clifford, English teacher at Hawthorne High School, is one of the many great teachers at Hawthorne High School. Clifford has been teaching at Hawthorne for six years. She has taught every grade and is also class advisor for ...

Evan Ramos: Man on a Mission

Michael Patullo, Staff Writer

January 20, 2012

Filed under Student Profiles

He placed first in the Garfield Tournament and third in the District 6 Tournament as a freshman.  He then came back sophomore year and once again placed first in the Garfield Tournament, second in the Hawk Classic Tournament,...

Bears Before the Brawl: Part 2

William Brown, Staff Writer/Editor-in-Chief

January 20, 2012

Filed under Bowling, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Sports, Winter Sports, Wrestling

Some Hawthorne High School athletes depend on more than just physical ability; they also depend on a good mindset when preparing for a game. “Before a match, I think about who I’m going to wrestle,” said Ethan Ramos,...

Occupy Some Organization

Adam Kahn, Staff Writer

January 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

As any socially and politically conscious American knows, there have been many active protests occurring on Wall Street in New York City. These protests have been enacted for a broad spectrum of reasons, including the massive am...

No More Chocolate Milk

Olivia Meier, Staff Writer

January 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Is milk always good for you? Yes, it gives you calcium, but it is also full of a lot of sugar. Some chocolate milk containers have as much sugar and calories as a can of soda. Chocolate milk is also linked to child and adult obesity...

Summer Vacation?

Michael Patullo, Staff Writer

January 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

This past summer, all teachers of honors and advanced placement classes were required to give their students a summer homework assignment.  That means if you’re a good student, you  most likely had four to five summer homework...

Can I Have a Cheeseburger with No Cheese?

Melissa Miller, Staff Writer

January 20, 2012

Filed under Uncategorized

Anyone who works in a fast food restaurant can see pretty quickly that the work is not as easy as it seems. Between the fast-paced orders, the customers who can’t make up their minds, and the bickering between the employees...

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