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To the Bus! Boarding’s “Magic School Bus”

With various cultures coming together right here at Hockaday in our boarding department, sometimes boarders may never encounter certain spots in Dallas that we might consider mainstream knowledge. To fix this problem, Angie Jorgensen,...

Dallas Invigorates its Art Scene with Cultural Plan

When thinking of the Dallas art scene, live music from the clubs of Deep Ellum might blast in one’s head; perhaps a serene view of the Nasher sculpture gardens or the newest exhibit at...

Another Cinderella Story

On April 24 and 25, Hockaday Daisy Company, which comprises six freshman theater students, will perform an original rendition of “Cinderella” for the Lower School. However, their performance will be a far cry from...

A Divergence from the Distressed Damsel

I have always held Disney princesses near and dear to my heart. I was the girl who rotated through various Disney princess costumes each Halloween and watched their movies on repeat. To this day,...

Fourcast’s Guide to 2016

Wondering what you should watch, listen to, or read this upcoming year? Fourcast has a compiled a list of the best movies, books, and music artists to look out for in 2016. Movies of...

January’s Masterpieces of Dallas and Fort Worth

Reproductions provided by Meadows Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, Dallas Museum of Art.  THE SOL OF SPAIN Meadows Museum Before Picasso, the Luminist/Impressionist Joaquin Sorolla y Batista was the most internationally known Spanish artist. After...