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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...

College Application Q&A with the Class of 2019

With the college process finally coming to a wrap, seniors are preparing to graduate from high school and start the next chapter of their lives. But before they leave, The Fourcast asked seniors Tanvi...

Bridging the Gap With a Gap Year

//PICTURED ABOVE: A Hockadaisy plans to take a break from academics and take a gap year full of enriching and unconventional experiences. Web Editor Michelle Chen recently decided to take a gap year after graduation...

Spring Is In the Air, So Are Spring College Admissions

//PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Parker Waters outside the Admissions Wall wearing her Pepperdine t-shirt. As the long-awaited day of white dresses and floral sun hats approaches, Hockaday seniors prepare for the next chapter of their...

Dot Your “i’s” and Cross Your “t’s”

PICTURED ABOVE: Sporting their respective future college’s sweatshirts, six of the eight Hockaday athletes planning on signing their National Letter of Intent on Feb. 26 pose in Metzger Plaza. The pictured athletes include (from left...

Lights, Camera, College!

PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Kate Short rehearses for her role in Hockaday’s winter musical, “Once Upon a Mattress,” a musical comedy that retells the story of “The Princess and the Pea.” Short will continue to pursue...

“Stepping” into the Portal

//PICTURED ABOVE: Views editor Emily Wu, copy editor Ponette Kim and managing editor Paige Halveson ‘Tis the season, but Christmas presents are not the only surprises seniors will be getting during this time of...

Resume Pad Fad

//PICTURED ABOVE: Efforts on resume padding do not usually lead to good outcomes, as falsifying information can cost one a college acceptance, job or even future. As seniors and juniors start worrying about their futures...

Faces and Places: Forging Futures

As November begins, the seniors’ early decision college deadlines are due in a few weeks, with regular decision deadlines right around the corner: As a consequence, the college counseling offices have been bustling with...

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...