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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...

Miss STEM: Successes in Science

Science Olympiad From Friday, April 22 to Saturday, April 23, a team of 15 Hockaday students (including myself, Effie Guo, Wendy Ho, Cynthia Ji, Amy Jia, Chaucer Langbert, Lydia Li, Violet Li, Annie Lin, Clara...

Miss STEM: A Review of HockaSTEM Competitions

As we close the door on January and February and look on to the month ahead (exams…and spring break! are right around the corner), I believe now is a good time to look back...

Junior Performs En Pointe at Houston Dance Competition

Like many girls last Saturday, the day of Winter Formal, junior Lily Bines was getting her makeup done and putting on a dress—except her dress was a handmade gold tutu and her shoes were...

Miss STEM: A Weekend at Harvard MIT Math Tournament

Nine hundred students. Two hundred and ninety minutes. Seventy-six math problems. Eight Hockaday girls. This weekend, a team of me and seven other Hockaday girls competed at the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This competition, one of...

Hockaday Hosts Largest Debate Tournament in its History

Students convene from all around Texas at Hockaday’s 38th annual tournament. Debate Social Chair junior Emma Deshpande and Public Forum Captain senior Aleena Tariq, stood behind the concessions next to a plethora of food...