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Paige Halverson

Sometimes referred to as 30K Paige, Regan or just simply Pickle, Paige loves to ski, hike and 2k. She is usually found on Spotify, trying to recreate Tasty Videos or at Bachman Lake.

Fearlessly Free: How Junior Helena Perez-Stark is pushing trampolining into the forefront

PICTURED ABOVE // Junior Helena Perez-Stark bounds through the air during a trampolining competition, in which she competed in the double mini and tumbling events. Photo provided by Helena Perez-Stark.   The backyard trampoline: a...

Diamond will SHINE at U19 Program

PICTURED ABOVE // The ‘Crew’ | Felicity Diamond, pictured second from the left, rows alongside her quad at the 2018 USRowing Central Youth Championship on the Oklahoma River on May 5. Photo provided by Felicity...

Fourcast Tasty: Frozen Strawberry Lemonade

It’s almost summertime! Looking for a refreshing drink under the Texas sun? Look no further. The Fourcast presents the frozen strawberry lemonade in a few quick and easy steps for a delicious treat on...

Enough is Enough: How Generation Z is breaking barriers and speaking up

She stands in the cold and pouring rain, huddled around other like-minded young men and women who have gathered to support a cause they hold dear to their hearts. Through the dense sea of...

Long’s Last Hockaday Orchestra Performance

Ed Long, Nancy Penn Penson ’41 and John G. Penson Distinguished Teacher in Fine Arts, Fine Arts Department Lead Chair and Dean of Upper School, has been a member of the Hockaday faculty since...

Miraculous Mitsuwa Marketplace

PICTURED ABOVE: The brightly decorated aisles enhance your overall experience.  Dallas is well-known for its greasy BBQ, addictive tacos or even our infamous Tex-Mex, but it might as well be recognized for something just as...

S(way)y Cool: Alumna Creates Costume Startup

Although some may find an endless stream of themed costume parties exciting and an opportunity to craft a killer look or make a statement, two busy and very driven University of Texas sophomores, Rajya...

G’day to Play the Clarinet

As one of Australia’s most well-known and most recognizable pieces of architecture, the Sydney Opera House has welcomed over 8.2 million guests every year since its opening in 1973. This July, a familiar face...

Second Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Inspires Students and Faculty

On Jan. 12, for the Second Annual One Hockaday: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Program, all Hockaday students, faculty and staff, packed into Penson Athletic Center to celebrate the life and legacy of...

Spilling the Tea on the Best Tea Rooms in Dallas

After watching “The Crown” religiously for a few weekends, captivated by the strict manners and the daily royal routines, I made it my mission to dine like a royal for a weekend. For three days,...