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Ashlye Dullye

Ashlye Dullye

Ashlye is a senior who is addicted to Hershey’s kisses and golden retrievers. You will often see her driving her white minivan in circles around in student parking. She carries her blue o ring and her yeti with her at all times.

Fashionable Study Spots On Campus

Winter time is generally when the amount of schoolwork assigned is at its peak. As a result, students flock to their usual study spots to complete their work. However, these study spots can get...

A Guide to a Perfect Thanksgiving

Graphics by Ashlye Dullye

Faces and Places: Forging Futures

As November begins, the seniors’ early decision college deadlines are due in a few weeks, with regular decision deadlines right around the corner: As a consequence, the college counseling offices have been bustling with...

Playlist: Horrifying Halloween Hits

With October coming to a close and Halloween quickly approaching, you may feel like your current top hits are not appropriate for the spooky season. To give you a break from your on-repeat songs...

From Spy Work to Sitcoms

//PICTURED ABOVE: Upper School history teacher Tracy Walder leads a Model United Nations club meeting. She has to balance teaching, working with students, sponsoring various clubs and raising her child while simultaneously writing her book....

Drive to Thrive

//PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Paige Halverson stopping a cab Living in Lakewood, I take around 30 to 40 minutes to drive to school every morning and afternoon, and with heavy traffic, it can take me...

Through With Google Lens

3 stars As one of Google’s leading announcements of 2017, the “Google Lens” app is finally accessible on iOS. The app utilizes both machine intelligence and smartphone cameras to provide the user with relevant...

City Slicker: Beat the Heat

With summer on the way, 100-degree weather is sadly bound to follow. While keeping cool seems like an impossible feat, know that Dallas has some hidden gems when it comes to beating the heat....

SPC Recap May 2018

Throughout this past week, Hockaday athletes competed in track, golf, tennis, softball and lacrosse the Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC). Several of the teams came back from the week victorious.   Softball Last Thursday the...

It’s a Long Story: ISAS

A staple of the Hockaday community since 1970, Ed Long has become part of the identity of the school itself. Few members of the community are unfamiliar with Long’s contributions to campus, including his...