The Record is a student-run bi-weekly print newspaper with daily digital presence on pressing issues and events inside the Hotchkiss community and around the globe.

The Hotchkiss Record

The Record is a student-run bi-weekly print newspaper with daily digital presence on pressing issues and events inside the Hotchkiss community and around the globe.

The Hotchkiss Record

The Record is a student-run bi-weekly print newspaper with daily digital presence on pressing issues and events inside the Hotchkiss community and around the globe.

The Hotchkiss Record

 Kontokosta ’25 and Stephens ’25 ran against five other pairs for the positions of 2024-2025 all-school presidents.

Kontokosta and Stephens Elected All-School Presidents

Daniel Zhang '26, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

On April 18, Isaiah Stephens ’25 and Eleni Kontokosta ’25 were elected all-school presidents for the 2024- 2025 school year. All-school presidents help plan, organize, and run all-school meetings...

Traggio is in her second year as a defender at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Alumni Spotlight: Ellie Traggio ’22

Aidan Song '27, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

Ellie Traggio ’22 is a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), where she plays as a defender on the women’s lacrosse team. During her time at Hotchkiss, Traggio was a co-captain...

The Symposium supports students research on local BIPOC history.

Students Present at Troutbeck

Bastien Sever '26, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

On Thursday, May 2, eighteen history and art students represented the school at the third annual Troutbeck Symposium in Amenia, NY. The Symposium offers middle and high school students opportunities to...

School Celebrates Faculty And Staff Award Recipients

School Celebrates Faculty And Staff Award Recipients

Katharine Ellis '26, News Editor May 9, 2024

On the morning of April 30, applause filled Walker Auditorium as the community recognized anniversary milestones and staff and faculty award recipients, including the first Safe, Seen, and Supported honoree. The...

Don’t Let Social Media Desensitize You

Don’t Let Social Media Desensitize You

Anthony St.Clair '25 May 9, 2024

Nowadays, we find ourselves in a disjointed society. While some spend their days shopping on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, others struggle to survive famine, war, and tragedy. The truth is, we have always...

Ashaye performing as the Dutchess of Berwick in Lady Windermere’s Fan in 2023.

Artist of the Issue: Anji Ashaye ’24

Emma Liu '26, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

Anji Ashaye ’24 is a four-year Senior from Eagle, Idaho. She is an all-school president, proctor in Tinker, co-captain of Varsity Track, and former News Editor for The Record. Since her Prep year,...

Students share experimental findings with schools across the world.

Course Highlight: Drosophila Melanogaster

Mark Zhu '26, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

“Honors Scientific Research: Drosophila Melanogaster” (BI490Y), affectionately known as “the Fruit Fly course,” is an upper-level elective in the science department open to Upper Mids and Seniors....

Oberto is committed to Vassar College next year.

Athlete of the Issue: Quillan Oberto ’24

Arvaan Motwane '26 May 9, 2024

Quillan Oberto is a four-year Senior and a co-captain of Boys Varsity Baseball. He is committed to Vassar College next year. Head Coach Matthew Altieri said, “Sometimes captains lead by example; sometimes...

This year, for the first time, students chose their Eco Day activities.

Community Enjoys Updated Eco Day Program

Ethan Choi '26, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

In unpredictable April showers, community members participated in the 28th annual Eco Day, organized by Students for Environmental Action Club (SEA) and Ms. Jenn Rinehart, instructor in environmental science,...

Kontokosta and Stephens Played Their Cards Right

The Executive Board May 9, 2024

Upon the announcement that Eleni Kontokosta ’25 and Isaiah Stephens ’25 would be the next all-school presidents, the student body raised the question of whether or not the election was fair. While...

Special Collections houses over 1,200 rare books, many donated by alumni.

Pause Awhile: Main Hallway Features Rare Books Exhibit

Keven Luiru '27 May 9, 2024

The spring rotunda exhibit, "Pause Awhile: A Rare Books Exhibit,” highlights selections from the school’s extensive rare books collection. The collection, curated by Parth Jain ’24 and Ms. Joan Baldwin,...

Mr. Small and Ms. Gray argued Herrera vs. Wyoming before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Attorneys Visit Classes and Deliver Preston Lecture

Ira Buch '25, News Editor May 9, 2024

Ms. Kyle Gray and Mr. Steve Small, attorneys who argued the 2019 case Herrera vs. Wyoming before the Supreme Court, delivered the annual Preston Lecture, held on Thursday, April 25 in Walker Auditorium. The...

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