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Emily Fuller

Emily Fuller

Emily Fuller

Emily is an enthusiastic Senior with an affinity for nature, Thai food and her jeep. Her perfect day consists of going to CorePower, playing lacrosse and exploring downtown.

Semi-Happy Death Day

Photo provided by Universal Pictures Get Up. Go to Class. Party. Die. Repeat. This snappy, hour and a half comedy-horror-mystery, makes one thing clear: being a good person requires an awful lot of death....

Student Council Stop-By Scheduled For Next Week

PICTURED ABOVE: Student Council President Samantha Watson and Vice President Zasca Ristianto converse with Senior Jennifer Wang about suggestions for the upcoming year. Photo by Emily Fuller. On Oct. 24, during advisory, Student Council is to...

Hurricane Harvey Devastates Texas Coast, Hockaday Reaches Out to Help

PICTURED ABOVE: Two members of the National Guard conduct a rescue mission as Yearbook Consultant Mickey Mehrens snaps a picture of the scene. Photo provided by Mickey Muhrens. As a Category 4, Hurricane Harvey made...

Four Ways to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Dallas

From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, across the United States people observe National Hispanic Heritage Month as a time to embrace and highlight cultures from Latino countries around the world. This period was selected...

School Year Calendar Altered

With their bright white dresses and colorful flower arrangements on their hats, the Class of 2017 is set to graduate on May 20, a week earlier than originally planned by administration. Traditionally, the last...

Spring Sports Finish Strong in SPC

Athletes from Tennis, Lacrosse, Golf, Softball and Track and Field all competed on April 28 and April 29 against the other private schools in the Southern Preparatory Conference to win two runner-up trophies and...

HockaDance Assembly Spring 2017

Hockaday’s five dance companies performed their student choreographed dances in the Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Theater on April 24. If you missed it, or just can’t go a day without Hockadance…take...

Changsha SW1 Orphanage

Junior Claire Marucci photographed her experience volunteering at Changsha SW1 Orphanage in China. “Although China’s one child policy has ended, it still continues to influence many people’s belief that healthy girls make up the...

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...

Upscale Food Court Comes to Dallas

I am sure if I was 25, had a marketing internship in downtown, was a member at the gym down the street and lived with my two best girlfriends from college, Uptown Urban Market...