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Caines discusses criminal justice reform

Caines discusses criminal justice reform
November 20, 2020

Wesley Caines returned to the school for his second year in a row to discuss his experiences with the criminal justice system and his work with the Bronx Defenders at a school-wide assembly on Tuesday,...

Third installment of History Speaker Series: Professor Jelani Cobb on voter suppression

Third installment of History Speaker Series: Professor Jelani Cobb on voter suppression
November 20, 2020

On Wednesday night, Dr. Jelani Cobb discussed the history of voter suppression in the third installment of the Upper Division (UD) Race and Ethnicity Speaker Series, “How did We Get Here?: The Past and...

School shifts to HM Online 2.0 early

School shifts to HM Online 2.0 early
November 20, 2020

The Upper Division (UD) and Middle Division (MD) moved to HM Online 2.0 on Wednesday after in-person learning — originally scheduled to continue through Thanksgiving — was canceled.  “Dr. Kelly's...

David Leonhardt ’90 speaks about presidential election at assembly

David Leonhardt '90 speaks about presidential election at assembly
November 14, 2020

David Leonhardt ‘90 returned to the school during a virtual assembly last Tuesday to analyze factors that contribute to the polls, predictions, and results of elections. After the assembly, Leonhardt...

Community reacts to Biden’s presidential win

Community reacts to Biden's presidential win
November 14, 2020

At 11:25 a.m. on Saturday, November 9, New York erupted with noise. The Associated Press had declared Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election.  Considering how long the ballot count...

Biden or Trump: who does the student body prefer?

Biden or Trump: who does the student body prefer?
November 8, 2020

See the Issuu for full article!   https://issuu.com/thehoracemannrecord/docs/issue_209_20final_20layout_20linco  

Election prompts teachers to change class plans

Election prompts teachers to change class plans
November 8, 2020

Many teachers have incorporated discussions surrounding this week’s elections into their classes to provide a deeper understanding of current events and to support their students.  Instead of continuing...

Students and faculty cast their ballots

Students and faculty cast their ballots
November 8, 2020

Around 7 a.m. on Election Day, Spanish teacher Daisy Vazquez headed down to the basement of her building to vote. A neighbor told her that the line wasn’t long, and when she arrived, it took less than...

Election tensions cause temporary shift to HM Online

Election tensions cause temporary shift to HM Online
November 8, 2020

The school decided to conduct Upper Division (UD) and Middle Division (MD) classes remotely on Tuesday and Wednesday due to potential Election Day commotion.  On Monday afternoon, Head of School Dr....

ICIE hosts spaces to process the election

ICIE hosts spaces to process the election
November 8, 2020

To help students and faculty members process their emotions and questions surrounding the presidential election, ICIE hosted master classes every period throughout the day on Wednesday, which were open...

An analysis of the council’s report

An analysis of the council's report
October 23, 2020

See pages 4-5 of the Issuu paper:   https://issuu.com/thehoracemannrecord/docs/issue_7_final_issue__

Alumni Council will not revoke Barr’s award

Alumni Council will not revoke Barr's award
October 23, 2020

After months of deliberation, the Alumni Council announced this morning that it will not revoke Attorney General William Barr ‘67’s Alumni Association’s Award for Distinguished Achievement.  The...

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