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The Things That Need to Be Said

When I’m walking through parking garages late at night, I dial the first two digits of 911, praying that I don’t have to press the last one. Before I get into my car, I...

Perfection is just a Procedure Away

Humans, by nature are inherently visual beings.Arguably, what appeases the eye appeases the soul. At least, that is what some patients aim for when they decide to go under the knife, shelling out thousands...

The Race for Change

//PICTURED ABOVE: Armed with energy and school spirit, the Hockaday Varsity Volleyball team bundled up to cheer on the Varsity Field Hockey team during their first SPC matchup against Houston Christian High School. This year,...

Brodsky Breaks Tradition at MIT

//PICTURED ABOVE: Gripping the mic in concentration, Quinn Brodsky ‘18 moves the audience with her talented voice. This picture is from her 2015 performance with her band, The Hey Heys, at music venue and...

Practicing With the Professionals

//PICTURED ABOVE: Freshman Sienna Ellis (pictured in the middle) performs in the opera “Carmen” at the Winspear Opera House. Ellis has been involved in different voice With a brisk motion, the heavy curtains are...

Junior Bridge(s) Cultures in Competition

//PICTURED ABOVE: In the first round of the “Chinese Bridge” Competition, junior Charlene Brzesowsky exhibited her talent by participating in rigorous contests. She performed a “Kuaiban,” which is a performance of oral storytelling that...

Forty Questions With The Fourcast – Mrs. Tracy Walder

Copy Editor Ponette Kim and Sports Editor Shea Duffy follow Mrs. Tracy Walder around the Upper School while she answers 40 questions. To find out about her high school mascot or her favorite movie,...

Q&A With Guest Dance Artist Kevin Jenkins

With sweet music and graceful ballet filling up the Beth Wortley Studio, Hockaday Dance Department hosted guest artist Kevin Jenkins to guide the master-class dancers and to stage the upcoming performance at the Spring...

Hockaday Ceramics Brings Masterpieces to Exhibition

Delicate pots, plates and vases created by the Hockaday Ceramics students will be decorating the John. H. Milde Gallery from Nov. 17 to Dec. 14 at the Goldmark Cultural Center. Designed and constructed by...

Second Graders Learn to Go Green with All Green Club

On Nov. 30, second graders gathered in their classrooms at 2:40 p.m. to attend a session held by the Hockaday All Green Club on the subject of air pollution. The presentation involved an informational...