Features

More Than Just a Bookstore

Small in size, the Hockaday Bookstore is a big destination among students. From school supplies to uniforms to beauty pick-me-up’s, the store carries just about anything that a student might need. Digging deeper, the...

Boarder Line

Photo by Michelle Chen We talked to boarders Alexandria Marshall and Sunny Li, and looked at a traditional event to show our readers a peek inside life in the Residence Department. Junior Alexandria Marshall...

Faces + Places: Hockaday Community Gives Back

PICTURED ABOVE: Community Service Board members and juniors Grace Laber and Annie Sheeder pose next to their Winter Olympics themed Scottish Rite tree that was placed in the children’s ward at the hospital.// Photo by...

‘Tis The Seasoning!

It’s a Long Story

An integral member of the Hockaday faculty since 1970, Ed Long has become part of the identity of the school itself. Few members of the community are unfamiliar with Long’s contributions to campus, including...

Long Commute(nity)

Senior Aryn Thomas rolls over in her bed, glances at the time, which reads 6:40 a.m. Knowing she should already be on the road driving to school, she jumps out of bed and rushes...

Mistletoe Sales Spread Holiday Cheer

PICTURED ABOVE: Trevor Godkin, President of Jingle Bell Mistletoe Stella Wrubel, Quinn Graves and Isabella Dickason pose under mistletoe for a promotional photo shoot. Wrubel works alongside these three fellow sixth graders for Jingle...

Family Photo Foundation Fundraises for the Future

PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Eliza Parker (Right) and senior Lauren Puplampu (left) pose before their trunk show on Dec. 10. Click through the slideshow to see some of the work that Family Photo Foundation has...

Hold On to Your Hanukkiahs: the Story Behind Hanukkah

When one reflects on what they know about Judaism, one word particularly comes to mind: Hanukkah. Images of dimly lit menorahs, dreidels, latkes, and blue-and-white wrapped presents might crowd one’s mind; however, facts about...