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Forging Her Way To Success

//PICTURED ABOVE: Faced with all-male opponents and under the scrutiny of both the judges and the camera, Kelly Potter ’07 attempts to recreate a historical weapon as she stars as a two-time contestant on...

College Counseling Brings Back Young Alumni Panel

On Friday, January 11, the Class of 2019 gathered in the Clements Lecture Hall during conference and lunch period to attend the Young Alumni Panel. The panel featured four recently graduated alumni—Lauren Puplampu ’18,...

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...

Residence Regains Reagan

//PICTURED ABOVE: The new Activities and Transportation Coordinator Reagan Martin gets to know the girls in the residence department. Just five years ago, she herself was graduating from Hockaday, so the school holds a special...

Alumna Becomes Signed Artist at Duke University Record Label

On Oct. 17, 2017, Duke University freshman Sara Held ‘17 walked onto the stage of Duke Coffeehouse and stopped at the waiting microphone. Held was about to sing two of her original songs for...

Youngblood Makes Her Mark

DONE BY DESIGN | Youngblood’s favorite graphic, “HOW TO BE BLACK,” educates viewers on the experience of being a black woman in America. Photo Provided by Avery Youngblood. Avery Youngblood ‘12 received Beyoncé’s Formation Scholarship...

More Than Just a Bookstore

Small in size, the Hockaday Bookstore is a big destination among students. From school supplies to uniforms to beauty pick-me-up’s, the store carries just about anything that a student might need. Digging deeper, the...

“Long” Way to Broadway

  If, by chance, you were in New York City’s East Village on March 2, you would have seen a very familiar headline on The Kraine Theater. The name of Hockaday’s beloved History of...

Wickham’s (West)world

At 8 a.m. on a sunny California morning in December, Athena Wickham ‘98 scribbled onto the pages of her leather-bound notebook, with screenwriter Robert Patino across from her. This wasn’t any ordinary conversation: Wickham...

Hawley-wood in Brooklyn

During the weekend, after an intense week of school, many Hockaday students might be found browsing Netflix, looking to find some rest and relaxation. What they may not be expecting to find, however, is...