The Hotchkiss Record

UEFA Champions League Returns for 2019 Season

Faculty and Staff Honored for Dedication to the Community

February 25, 2019

As Hotchkiss recognizes its students for their academic achievements, we must also acknowledge the faculty and staff whose contributions have bettered...

“Angst” Screening Raises Awareness of Stress and Anxiety

February 25, 2019

Mental health has always been at the forefront of conversations about student well-being at Hotchkiss, whether it be in Human Development classrooms or...

Professor Jeff Nunokawa Inspires Students

February 25, 2019

As the first guest speaker for the Nalen Writing Program, Professor Jeff Nunokawa of Princeton University, brightened campus on Thursday and Friday, February...

Virginia Politicians Embroiled in Scandals

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Governor Ralph Northam faces allegations of racism.

Congress Debates AOC’s Green New Deal

Congress Debates AOC’s Green New Deal

March 7, 2019

The average global temperature has risen almost 10 times faster over the last century than in any other century in the past 5,000 years. The Green New Deal, a set of programs proposed by Representative...

Women Sue Yale Over Exclusive Fraternities

March 7, 2019

Across the Ivy League, the prominence of Greek life varies. Across the country, however, fraternities and sororities continue to create controversy over sexual misconduct and hazing.  Now, students have...

Debaters Compete at St. Sebastian’s

March 7, 2019

Superheroes, aliens, and vegetarianism were only some of the topics deliberated over by eight students at a debate tournament two weeks ago at St. Sebastian’s School in Needham, MA. The annual tournament...

Philharmonic Orchestra Debuts in Elfers
Dancers Light Up Walker

Dancers Light Up Walker

March 7, 2019

Applause filled Walker Auditorium last Friday and Saturday during the annual performances of the Hotchkiss Dance Company. This year, dancers presented a range of dance styles,...

Artist of the Issue: Edward Guo ’19

Artist of the Issue: Edward Guo ’19

March 7, 2019

A four-year senior, photographer Edward Guo ’19 has contributed his award-winning talents to numerous school publications. As the head of the student magazine ink., he has...

Art Students Win Scholastic Awards

February 18, 2019

Students in the visual art program recently received regional awards from the Connecticut Scholastic Art Association. Overall, 14 students won awards with a total of eight...

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Improving Administration-Student Relations

Improving Administration-Student Relations

March 7, 2019

In the past year, the administration has made changes to the inter-dorming policy, the sleepover policy, Taft Week, the policy on vaping, and the disciplinary process. Each...

Democrats: Plan, Don’t Dream

Democrats: Plan, Don’t Dream

March 7, 2019

The controversial new member of Congress, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY 14th District), often referred to as AOC, unveiled a new resolution with Senator Ed Markey (D-MA)...

Misinformation Is a Disease –  and It’s Highly Contagious

Misinformation Is a Disease – and It’s Highly Contagious

March 7, 2019

Vaccinations have been widely demonized since a deeply flawed study claimed they caused autism. Out of fear, children are being vaccinated far less frequently than they have...

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Varsity Diving Comes Up Big at Founders

Boys Varsity Hockey Beats the Odds

March 7, 2019

With a record of 11-11-2, the Boys Varsity Hockey team enjoyed a seven-game improvement over last year’s...

Athlete of the Issue: Hattie Childs ’19

Athlete of the Issue: Hattie Childs ’19

March 5, 2019

Hattie Childs ’19, co-captain of the Varsity Basketball team, plays center and has been a force both...

Athlete of the Issue: Scott Shrager ’19

Athlete of the Issue: Scott Shrager ’19

February 14, 2019

Scott Shrager ’19 is a four-year member and co-captain of the Boys Varsity Squash team. Beck Ayres...

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