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Glad(well) to Listen: “Revisionist History” Podcast Review

//PICTURED ABOVE: Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast “Revisionist History” explores a variety of topics often overlooked in history. Here, Editor-in-Chief Eliana Goodman reviews Gladwell’s podcast. Anyone who knows me can say definitively that I am a...

Hockaday Letter of Recommendation: Horoscopes

//PICTURED ABOVE: This horoscope wheel chart features 12 sections which are known as the houses, and the zodiac signs run counter-clockwise around the wheel. It’s a great conversation starter: what’s your star sign? You...

Splashing the Heat Away

On a hot sunny day, boarding students unwound in the pool with unicorn floaties and water guns, while others played Jenga, beanbag toss and Twister in the shade. To celebrate the “sisterhood, the joy...

Cynt Marshall Returns for Commencement

//PICTURED ABOVE: Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall empowers the Hockaday student body at the 2019 All-School MLK Day Event. On January 18th, Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall, CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, joined the Hockaday community, speaking at...

Sneak Peak: Boards Next Year

//PICTURED ABOVE: New Board Chairs and presidents buckle up for a new school year. Academics Board: Lucy Young, the new Academics Board Chair, crunches the numbers for a successful 2019-2020 year. She hopes to...

40 Questions with Mr. Kramer

40 questions with the myth, the legend, the Great Swami himself. Video by Eugene Seong and Kate Woodhouse

Seniors Sell Stuff—and Gain Connections Too

//PICTURED ABOVE: The seniors sell stuff account on Instagram has quickly gone up the ranks and gained a large following of Hockaday students. Whether they follow the account to sell, buy or look at...

Wheels of Misfortune: The Dangers of Rideshare Apps

//PICTURED ABOVE: The ridesharing market has expanded significantly in recent years. However, as concerns about background checks on drivers have risen, rideshare companies are facing backlash. Technology has enhanced the lives of billions of...

Hockaday Science Class Projects Create Impact

//PICTURED ABOVE: AP Environmental Science students present their final projects. They studied various environmental issues in Dallas and suggested solutions. Walk into Upper School teacher Kirsten Lindsay’s classroom and you might see a pile...

Exposing the “College Gap”

//PICTURED ABOVE: Students more financially secure are at a distinct advantage over those who do not have the same resources in the application process. Managing Editor Kate Woodhouse goes in depth about how financial...