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Eshani Kishore

Eshani is a senior, and as Features Editor, loves bringing Hockaday community members' stories to life! She has an unhealthy obsession with coffee, Grey's Anatomy, cooking, and competitive napping. Other hobbies include correcting people's grammar and spinning.

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Eshani Kishore – Features Editor

Peeyr to Peeyr

In a dimly-lit Starbucks on the corner of Coit and Preston, senior Wendy Ho sat bent over Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” as she explained rhetorical devices to her mentee,...

New Sammy Shop in Town

When I walked into East Hampton Sandwich Company this Thursday, I was immediately greeted with the scent of freshly baked bread. This assured me that I was in for an unforgettable dining experience. After...

Hats off to the HAARTS

Hockaday students got to meet four distinguished alumnae through the Hockaday Alumnae in the Arts assembly, better known as HAARTS. This year’s focus was on panelists who work in the culinary arts. This years’ Hats...

Wickham’s (West)world

At 8 a.m. on a sunny California morning in December, Athena Wickham ‘98 scribbled onto the pages of her leather-bound notebook, with screenwriter Robert Patino across from her. This wasn’t any ordinary conversation: Wickham...

“The Founder” Not as Juicy as it Seems

Juicy hamburgers, crisp french fries and creamy milkshakes: these are all American staples that millions of Americans enjoy when they enter any McDonald’s. The story of the founder of McDonald’s, however, is not as...

La La Land Stuns Viewers

“La La Land” was a movie that took me straight back to the era of classic romances. Within a span of two hours, director Damien Chazelle managed to pack in plenty of mellifluous ballads...

All Hands on Deck

Crouched around the board game “Sorry” on a November afternoon at the after-school care program “Happy Happenings,” senior Vyanka Sotelo and fourth grader Georgia Fuller wait in anticipation as Fuller rolls the dice. With...

Coach Lee Green and Assistant Coach Robyn Fullum join Hockaday

On a Tuesday evening in December, surrounded by his varsity and JV players, head basketball coach Lee Green’s voice boomed through the Penson Athletic Center gym, “You can’t force hard work,” he said, “It’s...

Commissioned to Lead

Sitting up in the City Council horseshoe at Dallas City Hall on a Tuesday night last month, junior Mary Orsak leans forward into the microphone and voices her concern surrounding the issue of environmental...