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Cheryl Hao

Cheryl Hao

Cheryl Hao

Cheryl is a left-handed, Houston-raised senior who loves erging and is a proud fanny pack owner. #staywoke

A Weak Light Flickers

If you follow Niall Horan on any social media, you’ll see that his life after One Direction is simple.  Snapchats from his Saturday nights are shots of the golf course he’s playing with his...

Staff Standoff: Is He Our President?

COMPROMISE By Mary Orsak To preface this article, I must admit that I despise President Donald J. Trump. His megalomania, ignorance of history and puerile temper render him incompetent to hold the most powerful...

Sickly Sweet: The Rise of the Forbidden Fruit

As his fingers tremble, Vince* secretly locks the bathroom stall, lifts his JUUL to his lips, inhales, savors the nicotine buzz, and blows the vapor out in one big exhale. Before going to school...

Form I Camps at Allaso Ranch

Instead of making the five hour drive to Mo Ranch, the freshman class camped at Allaso Ranch in Hawkins, Texas from Aug. 22-24 to begin the 2017-2018 school year. Other than the changes in...

Proud of Proposing the Plaid

When visitors walk through the Hockaday hallways, they notice one thing besides the memes stuck to the walls: the iconic Hockaday plaid. Designed 62 years after Hockaday’s establishment, the plaid was introduced in 1973...

ArtsCast Episode 12: The Art of the Hockaday Graduation Hat

As Saturday evening and the 103rd Commencement quickly approaches, members of the Class of 2017 are making final preparations for their big day. Visiting a local flower shop, Dr. Delphinium, ArtsCast explores what it...

ArtsCast Episode 11: The Art of Fine Dining

In this episode of ArtsCast, The Fourcast goes behind the scenes of Fearing’s Restaurant, an upscale, fine dining experience at the Ritz Carlton in Dallas, TX. We talk to the Ritz Carlton’s Marketing Communications...

Short and Sweet

The shuffle of sheet music sounds from each student’s music stand during a Y period Orchestra rehearsal as Fine Arts Department Chair and Orchestra Conductor Ed Long announced the next song. Behind the Beethoven...

Five Reasons to Stay Woke

I have never gone to bed early. I’ve been told by my parents, the school nurses, and every Hockaday teacher that sees me dragging my limp body through the halls that it’s important that...

Erasing the Racial Divide

Staff Writer Cheryl Hao features places to visit and actions to take to promote racial unity during Black History Month. On Jan. 13, the entire Hockaday community gathered in Penson Gym for the Martin...