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Emily Wu

Emily Wu

Emily is an amateur gamer who loves fencing and digging into her avocado. Her dream is to have a jewelry box filled with a collection of her most favorite rings—including her Hockaday senior ring.

En Garde, Prêtes, Allez

//PICTURED ABOVE: New épée fencer freshman Carlota Fedorko lunges and attempts a counter-six attack guided by fencing coach Amgad Badawi during an after-school practice. This year marks the second year that the fencing team...

AP Studio Art Hosts Successful Exhibition

On Monday, March 29, friends and families gathered in the Clements Hall to appreciate and support the AP Studio Art class for presenting their year-long progress and accomplishments. Each year, Hockaday’s AP Studio Art...

Luck of the Draw: How the Zip Code Lottery Affects Students Across America

It’s a sunny Monday morning, and 8-year-old Abby has just arrived at school with a full stomach and fresh excitement to conquer the day. In another school across town, 8-year-old Anna is stepping onto...

Accepting What We Rejected: Confronting the Duke University Chinese Controversy

When was the last time someone told you to shut up? For the Chinese students at Duke University, this question would be quite easy to answer: 14 days ago. On Jan. 26, Duke University...

These Brands Will Get Your Bling On For School

En Route Attention, all earring lovers – New York City’s En Route Jewelry is redefining the concept of decorating your ears. En Route Jewelry has proven to us with its artistic design that minimalism...

“Stepping” into the Portal

//PICTURED ABOVE: Views editor Emily Wu, copy editor Ponette Kim and managing editor Paige Halveson ‘Tis the season, but Christmas presents are not the only surprises seniors will be getting during this time of...

Putting a Ring on It

//PICTURED ABOVE: Posing behind their State and SPC trophies, the Hockaday Varsity Lacrosse team shows off their lustrous new rings. Though the team won both championships in May, they received their rings on Nov. 14...

Q&A With Guest Dance Artist Kevin Jenkins

With sweet music and graceful ballet filling up the Beth Wortley Studio, Hockaday Dance Department hosted guest artist Kevin Jenkins to guide the master-class dancers and to stage the upcoming performance at the Spring...

Hockaday Ceramics Brings Masterpieces to Exhibition

Delicate pots, plates and vases created by the Hockaday Ceramics students will be decorating the John. H. Milde Gallery from Nov. 17 to Dec. 14 at the Goldmark Cultural Center. Designed and constructed by...