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A long (jumping) career ahead

//PICTURED ABOVE: Sena Asom points to her fourth place statistic at the 2019 junior Olympics, where she jumped 14’10.” Early in January, seventh grader Sena Asom woke up as if it were any regular...

Korean Tension Freezes with the Winter Olympics

The Olympic Games roll around every two years, and their level of international attention and participation is consistently unmatched by any other event. In the midst of this year’s foreign diplomacy issues with North...

North and South Korea March Under One “Unified Korea” Flag

PICTURED ABOVE: North Korea representatives at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Photo provided by Wiki Commons. The 2018 Winter Olympics are being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, beginning on Feb. 9, and ending on Feb....

Olympic Standouts

For two weeks during August, the world came together in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the 2016 Olympic Games. While the NBC coverage focused mainly on big names like Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt and the...

Breaking the Glass Screen

On Aug. 7, Associate Editor at Sports Illustrated Kids and Hockaday alumna, Elizabeth McGarr McCue ’01, found herself talking back, rather angrily, to her living room television. Just a couple of minutes earlier, she...

Chasing 2020

Two Hockadaisies from the Class of 2019 reach for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Four years. What will have happened four years from today? By then, everyone now in Upper School will have graduated. By...