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Eliana Goodman

Eliana is a junior who will proudly show you pictures of her pets at any time. You’ll probably find her filling out a crossword puzzle, wearing fuzzy socks and her crocs simultaneously, or studying at an independent coffee shop.

Stealing the Stage at Kidchella

//PICTURED ABOVE: Hockaday Show Choir warms up in preparation for their performance of “Wings” and “Brave” for the guests at KidChella. Junior Chloe Johnson centers the stage, helping to lead their dance. The event...

Picture Perfect

Since Hockaday’s roots in 1913, the school has housed priceless art pieces. Ela Hockaday herself was an art collector and befriended famous artists such as Gertrude Stein. Even after the move to the current...

An Inside Scoop of our NYC Trip

For those of you confused as to why so many girls were absent last week or curious as to why so many pictures of New York City appeared on your Instagram feeds, The Fourcast...

Meet The 2019 Upper School Student Council

//PICTURED ABOVE: 1. Excited for next year, Vice President Arushi Mukherjee, Convocations Board Chair Ines Guevara and Student Diversity Board Chair Richa Kapoor smile at the camera. 2. Academic Council President Lucy Young, Fine...

Coach Shahrestani Steps Up to the Plate

PICTURED ABOVE: Sharing a laugh with senior catcher Trinity Naile, Coach Shahrestani guides her team through a series of footwork drills in the middle of a preseason practice on Feb. 6th. This practice will be...

No Sleep is For the Weak

//PICTURED ABOVE: A sleepy Hockadaisy, overwhelmed by a heavy load of homework and studying, falls asleep despite her piping hot, large cup of coffee. Sleep deprivation is an ongoing issue that affects not only Hockaday...

Longest Government Shutdown in History Leaves Employees Without Pay

On Dec. 22, 2018, President Trump partially shut down the government over a dispute with the Democrats over funding for his wall to line the southern border. Even 35 days—the longest amount of time...

How the Christmas Season Sleighs the Game For Christians and Others Alike

The first time I remember feeling different around the holiday season was when I was four years old. My family and I were going on a trip somewhere and as I walked through TSA...

Chop to the Top

A massive poster, adorned with many pictures of colored cauliflower fresh avocado and green-smoothie-type concoctions caught my eye during one of my frequent visits to the Shops at Legacy. A new restaurant, the Original...

Your World Today: 2018 Senate Election Edition

//PICTURED ABOVE: Voting is a privilege, and it is important to be an informed voter. The Fourcast knows that the media can be intimidating or that the business of everyday life can get in the...