Arts + Life

No Hate for the “Hate U Give”

Family love, self-discovery and political controversy come together as a reflection of the human condition in the noteworthy drama, “The Hate U Give.” Based on the best-selling novel by Angie Thomas, “The Hate U...

The Forgotten Heroes of War

//PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Jessica Katzman, sophomore Isabella Lambert. junior Lily Forbes, senior Megan Muscato and junior Hope Fu (pictured left to right) stand on the Black Box Theatre stage as their teacher Emily Gray directs...

Paws for a Cause: Photography and Service

//PICTURED ABOVE: Hockaday Advanced Photography students take pictures of one of the dogs from Paws in the City during their class period. The dogs were brought in on Oct. 1, and students met them in...

Fourcast Comic: Trading in Costumes for Coats

Comic by Anoushka Singhania

Chop to the Top

A massive poster, adorned with many pictures of colored cauliflower fresh avocado and green-smoothie-type concoctions caught my eye during one of my frequent visits to the Shops at Legacy. A new restaurant, the Original...

Twenty-One Pilots Top the Charts

You may recognize the name Twenty One Pilots from their immensely popular album “Blurryface,” released in 2015. The titular song dominated the radio for months and the catchy tune wormed its way into every...

Club Fair

Every year, Hockaday hosts a club fair to shine a spotlight on all of the clubs that the school has to offer. These clubs catch the attention of possible members with food and fun...

City Slicker: Best Pumpkin Patches

//PICTURED ABOVE: The different pumpkin patches in the Dallas area. With fall beginning, visiting pumpkin patches serves as one of the most popular autumn activities. Finding a location to take artsy autumnal photos, choosing the...

Playlist: Horrifying Halloween Hits

With October coming to a close and Halloween quickly approaching, you may feel like your current top hits are not appropriate for the spooky season. To give you a break from your on-repeat songs...

This Year’s Eighth-Grade Musical, “The Wizard of Oz”

//PICTURED ABOVE: the ruby slippers used in this year’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” Dazzling beams of spotlight illuminate the green stage of the Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Theater. An...