The Hotchkiss Record

A Bright Future for Hotchkiss Sailors

April 20, 2019

The Varsity Sailing Team dominated last weekend – could it be a sign of things to come?The Hotchkiss Varsity Sailing Team recently competed at the...

Get Out of the Weeds

April 18, 2019

Poll after poll, a majority of Democratic voters say they are looking for a candidate with “electability” - someone who can run against President Trump...

UEFA Champions League Returns for 2019 Season

UEFA Champions League Returns for 2019 Season

March 1, 2019

Soccer fans around the world have been anticipating the return of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League, the most elite club...

Tri-State Mini Maker Faire

David Li ’21

Mr. Brad Faus, director of visual arts, demonstrates the laser cutter in the EFX Lab.

Zuckerberg Promises Privacy Overhaul

April 11, 2019

Embattled Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been under the microscope ever since the revelation that his company shared users’ data without their knowledge. Since then, he has proposed improvements...

Day of Activities for Health and Wellness

April 11, 2019

At boarding school, students face rigorous schedules and intense pressure to succeed. Some students struggle with their mental health in this environment, making it crucial that communities provide students...

Science Olympiad Competes at States

Science Olympiad Competes at States

April 11, 2019

The room holds its breath as David Lloyd George ’20 drops a ping pong ball into a complicated contraption. If the machine works correctly, a sequence of actions will cause a motor to raise a square platform...

Artist Embraces the Digital World
Art Talk Inspires New Perspectives

Art Talk Inspires New Perspectives

April 11, 2019

Last Thursday, local artist Mark Wilson GP ’19 gave an art talk in the Tremaine Art Gallery, sharing his unique art, made with computer software. During the talk, he challenged...

Musical Ambassadors in Asia

Musical Ambassadors in Asia

April 11, 2019

While other students enjoyed spring break at home, Mr. Fabio Witkowski, head of the visual and performing arts department, Dr. Gisele Witkowski, instructor in piano, and Mr....

Witkowski Piano Duo Enthralls Audience

Witkowski Piano Duo Enthralls Audience

April 11, 2019

Four hands on two different sets of ivory keys on stage captured the community’s eyes and ears during the Witkowski Piano Duo’s performance. Last Saturday, the annual...

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A Tale of Two Chambers

No Collusion!

April 11, 2019

On Monday, March 24, Attorney General William Barr submitted a summary of the report conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary....

The Golan Heights: An International Blunder

The Golan Heights: An International Blunder

April 11, 2019

President Trump recently signed a presidential proclamation that the United States will acknowledge Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights - something past administrations...

Taking Control of the United States’ Immigration Crisis

Taking Control of the United States’ Immigration Crisis

April 11, 2019

Immigration is a hot topic in today’s political world and for good reason. The United States has a severe problem with illegal aliens crossing its southern border. If this...

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Spring Trips Give Teams a Head Start
JV Ultimate Handles a New Season

JV Ultimate Handles a New Season

April 11, 2019

After two weeks of practices indoors, the JV Ultimate players will finally be back on Taylor Field. Although...

Athlete of the Issue:  Bradford Rawlings ’19

Athlete of the Issue: Bradford Rawlings ’19

April 11, 2019

Bradford Rawlings ’19 is a three-year Senior and a defenseman on the Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team. In...

Two Spring Teams Canceled

Two Spring Teams Canceled

April 11, 2019

Unfortunately, the athletics program is down two girls teams this spring. There was not sufficient interest...

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