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

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....

Faculty Introduce New Courses For the Upcoming School Year

Ella Armstrong '26 May 9, 2024

Faculty will offer several new courses for the 2024-2025 school year, including “Further Math: Theories from Euclid to Einstein” (MA653S), “Asian American History” (HI454S), “Prototyping and...

MacLeish & Hersey Scholars Pursue Research at Harvard & Yale

Co-directed by Dr. Lisanne Norman ’94 and Dr. Thomas Fisher, instructors in humanities and social sciences, the John Hersey Scholars Program provides a select group of Seniors with the opportunity to...

Watson Fellows Pursue Independent Service Projects

Watson Fellows Pursue Independent Service Projects

Mark Zhu '26, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

Launched in 2019, the Watson Civic Engagement Fellowship gives two Lower Mids the opportunity to engage in sustained independent projects related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)....

Last September, the community gathered in the Main Circle to send the delegation off to Kenya.

Round Square: Building a Global Community

Ella Armstrong '26 April 18, 2024

Round Square is an international partnership of over 250 schools in more than 50 countries and territories committed to fostering student leadership. The school joined the organization in 1998 to further...

The Ford Food Court has posed new challenges for multiple departments.

School Staff Adjusts to Dining Transition

Andrew Roraback '27 and Chrys Yue '26 March 7, 2024

As the school renovates the Dining Commons, community members are growing accustomed to the new location and setup in the Ford Food Court (FFC). The new space has presented some difficulties for Dining...

Mr. Chris Wilkerson has been a Safety & Security officer since 2016.

Get to Know Safety & Security

Mark Zhu '26, Staff Writer March 7, 2024

Staff Writer Mark Zhu ’26 sat down with Mr. John Dwan, Mr. Michael Flynn, and Mr. Chris Wilkerson to discuss the ins-and-outs of the Safety & Security department. Mr. Chris Wilkerson What brought...

Mr. Hart manages international supply chains for various companies.

Alum of the Issue: Caldwell Hart ’87

Julian Zhang '26, Staff Writer February 22, 2024

Mr. Caldwell Hart ’87 has 25 years of experience in supply chain management in the aerospace, consumer, and pharmaceutical industries. Mr. Hart served as the chief procurement officer for various companies...

The central receiving process begins at the Bus Barn next to the Biomass Facility.

Meet the Heavy Lifters in Shipping & Receiving

Mark Zhu '26, Staff Writer February 22, 2024

Every day, students line-up outside the Post Office to pick up their parcels, not knowing about all the work required to get those packages to them. Behind the scenes, the auxiliary services department...

Between eight in the morning and half past three on school days, the Post Office team is hard at work delivering parcels to the community. Not pictured: Ms. Brenda Cudney P20.

Post Office Connects School to the World

Clemmie Morlock '26, Staff Writer February 22, 2024

The entire community depends on the school’s post office for mail and shipping needs. Each day looks different in the Post Office, with staff members currently adjusting to changes brought by the ongoing...

Students in CWCC’s preschool room enjoy a variety of stations, including one dedicated to exploring the natural world.

A Visit to the Cynthia White Children’s Center

Clemmie Morlock '26, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

The Cynthia White Children’s Center (CWCC) opened in 1990, and was named after the then head of school’s wife, who was instrumental to its creation. The facility is just down the road from Sprole field.  Since...

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