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...

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...

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,...

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...

Library Organizes Celebration Of National Poetry Month

Ellie Keum '26 May 9, 2024

Throughout April, the Edsel Ford Memorial Library celebrated National Poetry Month with readings, displays, and activities, including a poet’s bracket. Ms. Kelly Whelan, instructional services coordinator...

Clockwise: Meilan Antonucci ’24, Ben Who ’24, Maadhavan Prasanna ’25, Isaiah Stephens ’25.

Debaters Compete at Worlds

Luke Velasco '27, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

Four student debaters traveled to Canberra Girls Grammar School in Canberra, Australia from April 14 to 20 to represent the school at the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship. The...

The 2024 Lambert Lecture was delivered by Mr. Ross Gay, an esteemed poet and essayist who teaches at Indiana University.

Author Ross Gay Delivers Lambert Lecture

Eden Selassie '25, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

On Monday, April 8, students gathered in Elfers Hall for the annual Lambert Lecture, delivered by poet, essayist, and basketball enthusiast Mr. Ross Gay. The Lambert family founded the Lambert Lecture...

St. Luke’s raised over $800 for the Jane Lloyd fund.

Bearcats Brave the Cold for the Annual Polar Plunge

Ira Buch '25, News Editor April 18, 2024

On Sunday, April 7, over 100 students and faculty members gathered near Lake Wononscopomuc for the annual tradition of the Polar Plunge. The event was initiated by the local community at the Grove, Lakeville’s...

GSA Hosts School’s First Pride Dance After Day of Silence

GSA Hosts School’s First Pride Dance After Day of Silence

Ira Buch '25 and Katharine Ellis '25 April 18, 2024

On Friday, April 12, students observed the Day of Silence, a protest in support of LGBTQ+ students. The day was followed by an interschool dance hosted by the Gender & Sexualities Alliance (GSA),...

Left to Right: Ana Rebolledo ’26, Ava Akbarian ’27, Alexandra Espinosa ’26.

School Welcomes New Exchange Students

Arielle Sibley-Grice '26 April 18, 2024

Through the Round Square exchange program, the school has welcomed four new students from Colombia, India, and Singapore for the fourth marking period. The exchange program began when the school joined...

Alessandra Griffin ’25 presented her essay on William Shakespeare.

Students Present at LiT Conference

Ethan Choi '26, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

On Sunday, April 7, English students presented their writing at the 3rd Annual Literature in Time (LiT) Conference in Harris House. Twelve Upper Mids and Seniors shared works separated into three categories:...

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