The Hotchkiss Record

In Brief: Senior Carnival

October 14, 2019

Loud music and the smell of hot dogs greeted everyone who attended this year’s lively Senior Carnival. The planning for Senior Carnival began in...

Updated Almanac Brings Changes for the 2019-20 Year

Updated Almanac Brings Changes for the 2019-20 Year

August 27, 2019

The Record's President, Nicholas Lorentzen, has compared the newest edition of The Almanac, with its predecessor and found three important changes for the student body to be aware of.

Max Limit, Max Damage: The Boeing 737 MAX

May 27, 2019

You may have heard of the 2 crashes related to the Boeing’s new narrowbody plane on the market, the Boeing 737 MAX. However, the plane isn’t exactly...

Diwali:  A Celebration of  Light

Danielle Sinclair

Community members celebrated Diwali with traditional Indian cuisine.

Special Olympics Swimathon Celebrates 25th Year

Special Olympics Swimathon Celebrates 25th Year

November 7, 2019

The CT Special Olympics Team swimmers and the school community spent this past Sunday raising money for a charitable cause. The 25th annual Hotchkiss Swimathon took place last Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m....

Hateful Speech at UConn

Hateful Speech at UConn

November 7, 2019

Both Hotchkiss and the University of Connecticut (UConn) have looked for ways to address recent incidents of hate and bias. Following student protests last month, two students at UConn were arrested for...

Community Prepares for Taft Day

November 7, 2019

This week, students brought back fashion trends from the 70s and 80s on Wayback Wednesday and donned pastel sweaters and polos on Preppy Day. These dress-up days are just two of the six themed days held...

Spelling Bee Challenges the Audience

November 9, 2019

Ben Weiss ’20 feels hundreds of imaginary gazes boring into him, waiting for his response. Will he spell the word correctly? With tonight’s opening of The 25th Annual...

Tremaine Welcomes Work of Cleve Gray

Tremaine Welcomes Work of Cleve Gray

November 9, 2019

With Realist, Cubist, Abstract Expressionist, and Chinese-influenced art all in the same exhibition, viewers might assume that these works could not possibly come from the...

Artist of the Issue: Asher DuFord ’20

Artist of the Issue: Asher DuFord ’20

October 24, 2019

A four-year art student, Asher DuFord's ’20 art career started in humanities arts. This week, Arts & Leisure explores DuFord’s artistic growth at the school.What...

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Apathy Trumps Justice
All in for Affirmative Action

All in for Affirmative Action

November 7, 2019

The phrase “affirmative action” was first used in a speech by John F. Kennedy in a 1961 executive order designed to ensure minorities equal opportunity in employment and...

The Juul Problem

The Juul Problem

November 7, 2019

In 2004, two graduate students studying design at Stanford, James Monsees and Adam Bowen, befriended each other on a smoke break. One thing the pair had in common was that...

Keep Tradition in the Supreme Court

November 7, 2019

Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has a unique vision for the Supreme Court. He plans on challenging decades of tradition by increasing the...

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JV Volleyball Bounces Back

In Brief: Chapman Petersen ’22 Wins Nationals

November 9, 2019

Chapman Petersen ’22 won the High School National Championship in the Laser Radial Class on November...

Water Polo Finishes Bittersweet Season

Water Polo Finishes Bittersweet Season

November 9, 2019

As the season comes to a close, the Varsity Water Polo team hopes to end on a high note in its last few...

Athlete of the Issue:  Debo Salako ’20

Athlete of the Issue: Debo Salako ’20

November 9, 2019

Debo Salako ’20 is a four-year member of the Boys Varsity Soccer team, for which he plays center back....

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