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...

Students Compete to  Reduce Food Waste

Students Compete to Reduce Food Waste

November 20, 2019

Last week, students had an extra incentive to clean their plates at dinner. Wasting food jeopardized their team’s chances of winning the latest competition between Olympians and Pythians (O&P). The...

Forum on Mass Incarceration

Forum on Mass Incarceration

November 20, 2019

2018 Pulitzer Prize. Washington Post best-seller. A New York Times top 10 book of 2017. These are only some of the accolades awarded to the most recent book by the Salisbury Forum’s guest speaker, J....

Salisbury Holds Municipal Elections

November 20, 2019

Fewer than half of registered voters turned out to cast a ballot at the Salisbury local municipal elections on Tuesday, November 5. The smaller turnout compared with past Salisbury elections may be due...

When Fear Silences the Arts
A Deep Dive into ink. with Editor Abby Sim ’20

A Deep Dive into ink. with Editor Abby Sim ’20

November 20, 2019

ink., an art and literary magazine established in 2012, is headed by Jiahua Chen ’20, Beckett Hornik ’20, and Abby Sim ’20. This week, the Arts & Leisure editors explore...

The Arts at Hotchkiss: Architecture

The Arts at Hotchkiss: Architecture

November 20, 2019

Architecture allows students to explore a discipline firmly grounded in both aesthetics and pragmatism. The class is open to all upperclass students, regardless of their...

Student Musicians Win  Big at National Competition

Student Musicians Win Big at National Competition

November 20, 2019

The concert hall is empty except for a black piano on the stage. As Ricky Shi ’22 bows and sits before the piano, four judges stare expectantly at him. Months of hard practice...

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Are You Really Our Fans?

Are You Really Our Fans?

November 21, 2019

As Boys Varsity Soccer clashed against Taft, something kept nagging at me. The “Blue Mob,” promised by students and administration alike, was nowhere to be seen. The only...

The Price of Admission

The Price of Admission

November 21, 2019

Many universities today are need-blind, which means they refuse to account for the financial situation of applicants when deciding whether to offer admission to their school....

When Fear Silences the Arts

When Fear Silences the Arts

November 21, 2019

The decision was made, they informed me. They had decided that the 2019 fall mainstage musical production would be Cabaret, a show that would have changed the landscape of...

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Athlete of the Issue: Harper Pertchik ’20
Girls Varsity Soccer Ends Season in Semifinals

Girls Varsity Soccer Ends Season in Semifinals

November 21, 2019

After a series of thrilling victories, the Girls Varsity Soccer team’s season ended in the semifinals...

JV Volleyball Bounces Back

JV Volleyball Bounces Back

November 9, 2019

With a large proportion of fresh faces, the JV Volleyball team has been forced to develop chemistry on...

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...

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