Sports

Meredith’s Mind

The National Football League Draft: three days in the spring when fans of the Cleveland Browns desperately hope that they will secure some top-notch players that could maybe lead them to a few victories....

Fearlessly Free: How Junior Helena Perez-Stark is pushing trampolining into the forefront

PICTURED ABOVE // Junior Helena Perez-Stark bounds through the air during a trampolining competition, in which she competed in the double mini and tumbling events. Photo provided by Helena Perez-Stark.   The backyard trampoline: a...

Taking a Swing at Fame

PICTURED ABOVE // Freshman Tia Hsieh takes a swing at an approaching ball during a tournament. Photo by Grant Bergmann. A white ball whizzes across the rectangular, blue table—nearly untraceable by the naked human eye—hovering...

Diamond will SHINE at U19 Program

PICTURED ABOVE // The ‘Crew’ | Felicity Diamond, pictured second from the left, rows alongside her quad at the 2018 USRowing Central Youth Championship on the Oklahoma River on May 5. Photo provided by Felicity...

SPC Recap May 2018

Throughout this past week, Hockaday athletes competed in track, golf, tennis, softball and lacrosse the Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC). Several of the teams came back from the week victorious.   Softball Last Thursday the...

Healthy Alternatives to a Morning Cup of Coffee

  Kombucha Can Cure Your Coffee Cravings This bubbly drink is a type of fermented tea that comes in many flavors and can improve your immune system, digestion and is full of antioxidants. Drinking...

The Athletic Director Search is On

On Jan. 22, Eugene McDermott Head of School Dr. Karen Warren Coleman announced former Hockaday Athletic Director Tina Slinker’s resignation. Since then, a retained search has been going on under Coleman’s leadership. An ideal...

A Captain’s Advice for SPC Athletes

Arts & Life Editor Emily Fuller guides athletes through a weekend of competing   Dear SPC Bound Athlete, As each of your respective teams narrows in on the final weeks of your season, most...

Reaching the Top: Students Climb to New Heights

  Whether climbing a tree or tumbling across their yard, senior Katie Vanesko and freshman Sarah Kate Ashton left their childhood hobbies behind after feeling the adrenaline rush of rock climbing. The pastime originated...

And From Michelle’s Mind

  March Madness is a fever. Many people contract this madness during the annual March National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament when 64 teams have the opportunity to win a national championship. Known for...