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Maria Katsulos

Maria is the Business Manager of the Fourcast, which means she is an expert at spending money on Potbelly and approaching strangers about their marketing strategy. She lived in Washington, D.C. for a semester and only left behind (approximately) 17 socks. She is also co-president of the GSA, obsessed with ice hockey and pretty sure she was Joan of Arc in a former life.

Katsulos’ Kourt: Stanley Cup Playoffs

The Dallas Stars’ season came to an untimely end on April 22 as last season’s Western Conference regular season champions missed the 2017 postseason entirely. However, there are countless upsides to the long summer...

Let Your Holiday Hair Down: The Fourcast’s Holiday Parties Guide

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, it’s likely you’ve been to a holiday party or two! If you’re one of those brave enough to host one — or more! — yourself,...

A Fantastic Beast of a Film

I have to admit: when I walked into the theater to see the latest installment of the Harry Potter movies, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” I was a little concerned about the...

(Winter) Formally In Charge

Though Winter Formal isn’t until Feb. 18, senior Lily Johnson is already in full-blown WinFo mode: she was recently appointed Chair of Winter Formal 2017. Johnson, an avid planner and lover of all things...

Hitting the Breaks on Driving

While many seniors waited with bated breath for their parking spots to be announced earlier this year, Amy Jia wasn’t one of them: she’s one of many Hockaday students who have delayed their behind-the-wheel...

That Was Easy: Our Aversion to Rule-Following

Many privileges are brand-new for the students of the Class of 2017 with the induction of their white blazers. Going off campus for lunch? New. Wearing college sweatshirts and T-shirts? New. There’s another privilege,...

Concussion Rates Rise Among Teens

Field Hockey varsity senior night on Oct. 28 was an emotional affair. The team had just lost a game to ESD 0-1, meaning that they lost the opportunity for a bye to start out...

Taking Their Places on the Stage

Voter fraud? Stacked election? Darkhorse candidate? These may be descriptors some could throw at the American presidential election, but there’s another election that could carry each of these words: the selection for Homecoming Queen....

Dallas Proud

With City Slicker’s triumphant return, we pay homage to Dallas Pride with our September issue. Hosted in Oak Lawn, Dallas Pride has been running in its current iteration since 1972. Though Pride may be...

State of the Union: Only in the Direction of the Wind

Maybe this sentiment doesn’t hold true for everyone, but I am pretty darn proud of our mascot. Sure, sometimes a daisy doesn’t seem too threatening, but I think that might actually be part of...