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Boarders Give At Annual Feast of Sharing

On Nov. 8, all boarding students and many day students spent their afternoon and evening volunteering at the Feast of Sharing event, where the less fortunates come for a warm thanksgiving meal and entertainments....

Once Upon a Nightmare: Senior Halloween 2018

Each year at Hockaday, seniors spend hours decorating the hallways and arrive two hours earlier than normal in order to put on one of the most famous traditions: Senior Halloween. This year the seniors...

The Midterm Results Explained

//PICTURED ABOVE: Senator of Texas Ted Cruz at New England College Town Hall Meeting on Feb 3rd, 2016. Photo provided by Flickr user Michael Vadon. The Hockaday community was mainly concerned with the race between...

A New Community Leader

//PICTURED ABOVE: Sarah Crow and Isabella Shadle discuss matters of Habitat for Humanity. Sarah Crow, the new leader for Habitat for Humanity, will show her passion for this organization by making great strides for the...

Your World Today: 2018 Senate Election Edition

//PICTURED ABOVE: Voting is a privilege, and it is important to be an informed voter. The Fourcast knows that the media can be intimidating or that the business of everyday life can get in the...

Continuing the Quest for Quality Food

//PICTURED ABOVE: SAGE features many fresh vegetables each day in their lunch line. Hockaday cooks around 300 pounds of produce daily in order to feed the students, faculty and staff. Every morning at 9:15 a.m....

Catwalks for Community Service

//PICTURED ABOVE: Juniors Emma Roseman and Varsha Danda plan for a Hockaday-run fashion show that partners with Genesis Women’s Shelter and the Akola Project. The show will occur in March or early April of 2019...

Catching Up At Fall Alumnae Dinner

On Oct. 20, Hockaday alumnae met at Liza Lee Academic Research Center lobby and Hicks meeting room. Refreshments, canapés and jazz music entertained the guests while they, with their former teachers and friends, chatted...

Junior Celese Gierhart Works On Dallas Youth Commission

As students become invested in politics and current events,they begin thinking about activism.  While a news study by the Associated Press reported that 57% of American teens are pessimistic about our government and its...

Grand Jury Rattles the Nation

//PICTURED ABOVE: Catholic Churches across the world are recovering from recent priest abuse scandals. The Pennsylvania grand jury report was just the tip of the iceberg. DISCLAIMER: THIS CONTENT MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOUNGER...