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

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,...

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,...

Hammond and Klacsmann’s works explore the natural world in bold colors.

Gallery Features Works in Conversation by Valerie Hammond & Tate Klacsmann ’01

Taylor Pang '27 April 18, 2024

The Tremaine Art Gallery opened Dialogue: Art in Conversation by Valerie Hammond and Tate Klacsmann ’01 on April 6. Ms. Joan Baldwin, curator of special collections, included Hammond’s and Klacsmann’s...

Qi in the studio working on a painting of the lake, which will be displayed in her senior art show in May.

Artist of the Issue: Grace Qi ’24

Anthony St.Clair '25, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

Grace Qi ’24 is a four-year Senior from Wuhan, China. Qi has participated in the school’s Studio Art Program for three years and is currently enrolled in Honors Advanced Studio Art Portfolio. She is...

Liu will study music performance next year at Northwestern University.

Artist of the Issue: Jerry Liu ’24

Sean Hwang '26 March 7, 2024

Jerry Liu ’24 is a three-year Senior from Beijing, China. At school, he is the principal double bassist in the orchestra and the philharmonic orchestra. Liu has taken courses in the music program for...

A Memoir to Ghana by Zayda Gordon ’25 is featured in the BLAC exhibition.

Students Organize Exhibit Celebrating Black Art & Culture

Maya Grogean '26 March 7, 2024

As part of the school’s celebrations of Black History Month, Jacquo Pierre ’24 and Angel Allen ’24 curated an exhibition of poetry and art outside Cullman Art Center, which opened on February 28....

Studio art students created prints using the traditional Japanese method of mokuhanga.

Japanese Woodblock Artist Daniel Heyman Visits Campus

Bastien Sever '26, Staff Writer March 7, 2024

Mr. Daniel Heyman, an artist specializing in Japanese woodblock prints, conducted a four-day residency in the printing studio from January 14 to 18. Mr. Heyman worked with upper level studio art portfolio...

Hermione Wu 27 and Daphne Khayatt 25 perform Fire Dance.

Dance Company Hosts Winter Showcase

Albert Chen '26 March 7, 2024

This winter co-curricular season, members of the Dance Company presented both contemporary and classical techniques in their annual performances on March 1 and 2.  Ms. Amber Cameron, a guest choreographer,...

The concert featured 142 professional and student musicians.

Chorus & Orchestra Perform in First Joint Philharmonic Concert

Angela Li '24, Editor-in-Chief February 22, 2024

The Philharmonic Orchestra shared the stage with the Philharmonic Chorus for the first time in the school’s history on Saturday, February 17. The concert, “Celebrating American Music and Musicians,”...

Martinez performs Die Taubenpost by Franz Schubert at Carnegie Hall.

Artist of the Issue: Isamar Martinez ’24

Kadie Singh '25 February 22, 2024

Isamar Martinez ’24 is a four-year Senior from Newark, NJ. Martinez is a board member of the Black and Hispanic Student Association (BaHSA) and Bluestockings, and co-head of Café, Calliope, Clubs Committee,...

Details from Gold Key artworks by Marisin McLain 25, Olivia Zhang 25, and Andrew Hickman 25.

Visual Art Students Win Connecticut Regional Scholastic Awards

Teo Everts '26, Staff Writer February 22, 2024

The Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition invites high school students from the United States, U.S. Territories, and Canada to submit works in art and writing categories to regional competitions. Artworks...

Richard Lu’s latest piece reflects the complexities of his Asian American identity.

Artist of the Issue: Richard Lu ’24

Katie Qian '26, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

Richard Lu ’24 is a four-year Senior from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. His work “And Furthermore, We Bloom” was exhibited at the 31st Kent Art Show and received a Silver Key from the Scholastic Art...

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