The Hotchkiss Record

Ossoff and Warnock won the Georgia runoff elections, giving the Democrats control of the Senate.
Democrats Gain Control of Senate
Benjamin Who ’24 • January 21, 2021

Democrat Jon Ossoff emerged victorious in Georgia’s Senate runoffs on the morning of Wednesday, January 6, settling the final race of the 2020...

The Line 18 subway has an interactive door system that can detect the movement of passengers and prevent injuries.
Shanghai’s First Fully Automated Subway
Shannon Meng ’22, Contributing Writer • January 21, 2021

If you think Tesla’s autopilot feature is cool, take a look at Shanghai’s first fully automated subway.  On December 26, 2020, after...

The Bauhinia Party is named after the Hong Kong
Bauhinia Party Founded in Hong Kong
Amelie Zhang ’23, Staff Writer • January 21, 2021

The newest addition to the numerous political parties in Hong Kong, the Bauhinia Party, named after the city’s official flower, has received...

Cho Doo Soon, one of the most abhorred criminals in Korea, was released on December 12, 2020.
The Case of Cho Doo Soon: An Unfinished Trial
Ein Jun ’22, Contributing Writer • January 21, 2021

I felt an uneasy tension in the atmosphere waking up and turning on the television. Leaving for a meeting, I saw mothers urging their kids to...

Community Views Between the World and Me
Community Views Between the World and Me
Ein Jun ’22, Contributing Writer • January 21, 2021

“I never wanted you to be twice as good as them, so much as I have always wanted you to attack every day of your brief bright life in struggle....

Clayton
Athlete of the Issue: Taylor Clayton ’21
Carrie Cao ’23, Staff Writer • January 21, 2021

Taylor Clayton ’21 is a four-year Senior and co-captain of the Boys Varsity Squash team. Next year, Clayton will play squash at Yale University....

The History of Taft Day
The History of Taft Day
James Yae ’23 • January 21, 2021

How come students come together as a “blue mob” in Main Circle with painted H’s on their faces every fall? Taft Day has ended almost every...

Crimson Tide Rolls in Miami: Takeaways from the NCAA Football Championship
Crimson Tide Rolls in Miami: Takeaways from the NCAA Football Championship
Christian Waldron ’23, Contributing Writer • January 21, 2021

The 2020-2021 NCAA Division I Football season will go down as one of the most unusual in history, with its abbreviated schedules, postponed games,...

Mitchell in a March 4, 2020 game against Taft.
Athlete of the Issue: CJ Mitchell ’21
Carrie Cao ’23, Staff Writer • December 17, 2020

CJ Mitchell is a four-year Senior and co-captain of the Boys Varsity Basketball team. Last winter, he earned the Founders All-League Award and...

If possible, set aside a chunk of time to go through your inbox.
Declutter Your Inbox
Reece Yang ’21, Editor-in-Chief • September 23, 2020

Sometimes the amount of emails streaming into your inbox every hour can feel overwhelming. Editor-in-chief Reece Yang ’21 offers some tips...

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine Emergency Use Authorization on December 10.
COVID-19 Vaccines Arrive
Parth Jain ’24, Contributing Writer • December 16, 2020

In recent weeks, the rollout of several COVID-19 vaccines has been a beacon of hope for many as the number of global cases continues to rise.  On...

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