The official student newspaper of The Hockaday School

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The official student newspaper of The Hockaday School

The Fourcast

The official student newspaper of The Hockaday School

The Fourcast

Committed seniors pose in front of their respective college banners.
Sports
Senior Signing Day
Shreya Vijay, Opinions Editor • April 12, 2024

Eleven seniors have committed to play sports at the collegiate levels at the D1 and D3 levels. Taylor Hua Varsity captain and defender...

StuCo steps up
News
StuCo steps up
Lang Cooper, Sports Editor • April 12, 2024

Sunnie Wang is the Student Council President for the 2024-2025 school year. Q: Why did you decide to run for President? A: It has been a goal...

Senior Ryan Brown writes on the bard during the classs social impact day.
Features
Students tackle global issues
Anika Shah, Staff Writer • April 12, 2024

Debating worldwide issues like migration and justice, the senior seminar Global Issues gives students an analytical view on modern world issues...

Rutledge and her family preparing for Eid celebration.
Fasting for faith
April 12, 2024

Upper School Students Serve the Community Before Holiday Break

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Upper School students’ excitement before Holiday Break could be felt not only in the halls of Hockaday, but also in various locations around Dallas as they participated in a half-day of community service activities. Freshmen stayed on campus for an assembly about hunger in El Salvador and around the world. Non-profit organization Rise Up Against Hunger facilitated a discussion about world hunger as well as a food packing activity to help out local community centers. Juniors also remained at school and showed their appreciation for the Hockaday community with thank you cards for maintenance and security staff and colorful bookmarks for Lower School students. Extending past Hockaday, sophomores packed and decorated snack bags to deliver to Nathan Adams Elementary School students for their STAAR standardized testing breaks. Finally, seniors stopped at houses in various Dallas neighborhoods to deliver lunches and dinners to elderly clients of Meals on Wheels. The half day gave many students the opportunity to relax, spend time with their classmates, and give back to their local communities before leaving for break.


Story by Shreya Gunukula

Photos by Michelle Mankoff

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