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Mastering The Confucian

Many consider Chinese as one of the hardest languages to master when regarding the world’s most difficult language. Having five different tones and thousands of characters without alphabet, the challenges Chinese possesses make the...

Behind Cinco de Mayo

Americans love Cinco de Mayo. Mexican restaurants and businesses happily accept the increase in sales; Americans use the day as an excuse to drink margaritas and eat tacos to their heart’s content. However, many...

Keeping it Cool at Commencement

Another commencement is upon us. Although you’re excited to see your friends standing on Graduation Terrace, you’re dreading the sticky, hot May weather. But luckily, the Fourcast has some suggestions for appropriate attire for...

Upper School Rises to Action Against Gun Violence

At 10 a.m. on April 20 – the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre – Upper School students and faculty left their usual classes and gathered outside at the Margaret Doggett Crow...

Slap On That Filter (Or Not)

Good lighting? Check. Cute outfit? Check. Makeup on point? Check. You make sure that the flash is on. Finally, you and your friends pose and flash your spearmint-scented smiles at the camera and cross...

ISAS Arts Festival Comes to an End

Senior Hockaday students sit on graduation terrace and listen to senior Genny Wood play guitar. Sophomore Angie Walsh poses with dances in the dance balcony. Sophomore Isabel Chavez claps for the Hockaday St Mark’s...

Enough is Enough: How Generation Z is breaking barriers and speaking up

She stands in the cold and pouring rain, huddled around other like-minded young men and women who have gathered to support a cause they hold dear to their hearts. Through the dense sea of...

Part-Time Students, Full-Time Employees

University of Georgia junior Rachel Robinson ‘15 enjoys sightseeing in D.C. during her free time from her lobbying internship at Holland and Knight. Photo provided by Rachel Robinson.  Three years ago, the members of...