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Elizabeth Guo

Elizabeth Guo

Elizabeth Guo

Elizabeth is an aspiring writer and lover of theater, green tea, and fuzzy socks. She loves to curl up with a good book, rock out to old Taylor Swift songs, and eat raspberry sorbet.

Living Up to a Big Reputation

Like it or not, Taylor Swift is back—synth-pop and bass booming. On Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, Swift released her sixth album, “Reputation,” on iTunes. Already, sales have soared, with the album selling 700,000 copies...

Joining the Ranks of the Champions

As she dribbles the field hockey ball, senior and Athletic Board Chair Campbell Swango sprints down the field and scores a clean goal. However, Swango isn’t here to score points. This is no team...

Miss STEM: A STEM Start to the Year

This is my first blog post in my final year of Upper School. It is an incredible feeling looking back now, with “Miss STEM” being in its third year, and seeing all of the...

Younger Now, and Boring Now

Miley Cyrus’ music career has undoubtedly been a tumultuous one. From her teen-idol days on Disney Channel, to her jarring image-changing album “Bangerz,” Cyrus is no stranger to making drastic stylistic changes. Cyrus’ newest...

In Defense of Taylor Swift

PICTURED ABOVE:  The cover art of Swift’s sixth album, “Reputation.” // Photo provided by iTunes Like many other teenage girls, I was an avid Taylor Swift fan during the singer’s days of acoustic guitars...

Miss Stem: Summary for the Summer

Before we embark on our summer adventures, I would like to acknowledge some of the accomplishments our Hockadaisies have had over the year. Every day I come to school, I am amazed at all...

From Grit to Great

“Green! Grit!” Huddled in a circle with their arms around around each other, the Hockaday varsity lacrosse team yell in celebration. They had just won the North District Title 19-12 after a hard-won game...

Did You Know? Earth Day Edition

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, The Fourcast has compiled a few facts about our environment to get you thinking about the state of our Earth. Whether it’s just turning the faucet...

Another Cinderella Story

On April 24 and 25, Hockaday Daisy Company, which comprises six freshman theater students, will perform an original rendition of “Cinderella” for the Lower School. However, their performance will be a far cry from...