Senior to Señor

North Runk, Writer

May 23, 2017

On March 17th, 2017, 100 seniors received the New Jersey Seal of Biliteracy during the first annual World Language Showcase. This event, organized by Allen L., Mrs. Oak, Mr. Gichan, and Sr. Saks, was a huge success, with a larg...

Counting Criminals

Spencer Asch

May 2, 2017

Since 1925, the United States’ prison population has expanded at an exponential rate, making the U.S. number one in the world with 2.2 million people currently incarcerated. Based on numbers provided by the London Institute for Cri...

HC Robotics Team is Geared Up for Competition

Allison Kelton

May 2, 2017

On February 21, 63 students sat down for dinner and cake, hugged, and placed their pride and joy--a newly built robot--into a plastic bag, to be sealed and stored away. That day, formally titled “Stop Build Day” by the org...

Are We Alone? Trappist-1 Could Hold the Answer

Emily Castanza, Julia Wierzbicki and Caroline Riche

May 2, 2017

On Wednesday, February 22nd, NASA discovered seven new Earth-like planets outside of our solar system. At about 40 light years (235 trillion miles) away from Earth, these planets are relatively close to us compared to the oth...

NJ Supreme Court Reviews Juvenile Sentencing Laws

Spencer Asch, Writer

March 2, 2017

In what has been called one of the state’s most important recent legal decisions, the Supreme Court of New Jersey ruled on January 11, 2017 that sentencing standards for teens and other minors be reviewed by the legislature ...

Trump’s American Economy

Tim Altonji, Writer

March 2, 2017

Following the recent transition in power, administrative campaign rhetoric and promises to “Make America Great Again” are already being tested. For some, this means getting what they spent almost a year-and-a-half yelling about...

A Person is a Person, No Matter How Small: March for Life

Julia Wierzbicki, Writer

March 2, 2017

For the past couple weeks, news broadcasts have covered countless strikes and rallies for various controversial subjects. One that slipped mostly under the radar, however, was the 44th March for Life that took place in Washington, D...

Central’s First Wing Bowl Raises Money for “Autism Speaks”

Bella Giannattasio, Writer

March 2, 2017

What brings freshmen, seniors, students, and staff together like nothing else? Buffalo wings! On Friday, February 3, Hunterdon Central’s fieldhouse was packed with spectators from all classes eager to watch a few of their p...

Act II Bookstore, Flemington NJ

Canyon Kornicker, Writer

March 2, 2017

In the increasingly-digitized 21st century world, we must consider which information can be converted to 0s and 1s and which information is best preserved in its physical form. When we have Facebook, Twitter, 24-hour news, and Netf...

Boys Winter Track and Field Wins State Relays Championship Title

Sarah Loew, Writer

March 2, 2017

The John Bennett Indoor Sports complex was packed on January 21. There were sixty-one teams crowded inside, all with the same goal in mind: winning the State Relays Championship title. The meet started off with a bang for the...

Central’s New Courses

Ellie Fallon, Writer

March 2, 2017

Central already offers a wide variety of classes, and for the 2017-2018 school year, several new courses have been added to the mix. With course selection time upon us, it would be opportune to consider those that have been m...

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