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Amelia Brown

Amelia Brown

Amelia Brown

Amelia is someone you'll spot on a long jog sporting a bright lulu tank top or eating sweet potato hash at True Food Kitchen with her friends. In her backyard you will find a tortoise who loves bananas, a coop of egg- laying chickens, and a black- spotted rabbit.

Play it Back: Hockaday Softball

Game Background To kick off the consolation bracket in the Southern Preparatory Conference championship, the Hockaday varsity softball team competed against The Oakridge School. Beating Oakridge by one point in their last game of...

Longtime Hockaday Fixtures Retire

MARCELA GERBER Whether wearing a traditional flamenco dress, dancing on tables or leading a conga line, Lower School Spanish teacher Marcela Gerber never goes through a day without spreading her vivacious spirit and enthusiasm...

A Society Circled around Technology

Smart phones. Laptops. Apple Watches. Our world runs on technology. Without our cell phones glued to our faces or our fingers attached to our keyboards we begin to feel detached from our social network....

The Third Wave: A New Feminism

After the presidential inauguration, people of all backgrounds have joined together to seek change and justice for gender equality.   Junior Anden Suarez stood alongside her mom in downtown  Dallas, fired up by a...

How to Make an Impact

A 6th grader at Marsh Middle School named Tay Tay sat at a desk in the counselor’s room quietly waiting for two Hockaday students, or her so called “mentors,” from Girl Talk to arrive....

2017 Prentiss Grant Winners Explore their Passions Abroad

In hopes of furthering her graduate school studies of post holocaust Jewish literature, art and architecture, Middle School English Teacher Allyson Williams applied to this year’s Prentiss grant. Shortly after submitting her application, Williams...

Friday the 13th: Cursed or Just a Myth?

Walking under a ladder, encountering a black cat, breaking a mirror or cutting your hair are only a few of the many things people avoid on Friday the 13th. This day falls on our...

Sexual Assault Changes Alumna’s Life

About three months after her first day at the University of Kansas, on Nov. 7, 2014, alumna Daisy Tackett, who left Hockaday in 2013, attended a Halloween party at the Jayhawker Towers, the university-owned...

A Feast to Remember

Three thousand pounds of sliced turkey, 750 pumpkin pies, 380 gallons of mashed potatoes and 250,000 empty stomachs. Thousands of Dallas’ homeless people filed into Fair Park on Nov. 10 to enjoy a night...

Ready to “Roll” with Chills 360

After months of scrolling through Instagram, I noticed a trend as dozens of videos highlighting “rolled ice cream “continued to pop up on my screen day after day. I became fascinated by the idea...