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Pink-Out: CAC hosts Pink Week to raise awareness

“Pink-Out:” CAC hosts Pink Week to raise awareness

Neeva Patel, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

To bring students together in support of the fight against breast cancer, the Cancer Awareness Club (CAC) hosted Pink Week beginning this Monday, Co-President of the CAC Miles Kuhn (12) said. Pink Week’s...

Sophomores and juniors compete at Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament

Sophomores and juniors compete at Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament

Ariella Frommer and Etta Singer October 22, 2021

Junior Varsity (JV) and Varsity Public Forum debaters competed at the New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament hosted by Bronx Science High School last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Sophomores...

Me2 Orchestra bridges music and mental health at assembly

Me2 Orchestra bridges music and mental health at assembly

Alexander Lautin, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Members of the Me2/Orchestra discussed the stigma around mental illness at an assembly this Tuesday. Music Director Ronald Braunstein and Executive Director Caroline Whiddon co-founded the organization...

Students compete in, judge HoMMUNC

Naomi Yaeger and Lucy Peck October 22, 2021

Students from 46 schools — reaching as far as Los Angeles and Canada — competed in the annual Horace Mann Model United Nations Conference (HoMMUNC), hosted by the Model UN (MUN) team over Zoom last...

Courtesy of Colin Ives

Ivy Preparatory League (IPL) bans Hackley’s male field hockey player from league play

Ayesha Sen, Staff Writer October 18, 2021

By a 7-1 vote held on September 27, the Ivy Preparatory League (IPL) ruled against allowing a male player on the Hackley School’s Varsity Field Hockey team to compete against the league's all-female...

Outdoor mask requirement lifted for UD Students, MD/UD employees

Outdoor mask requirement lifted for UD Students, MD/UD employees

Ben Rafal and Jorge Orvananos October 17, 2021

On Monday evening, Head of School Dr. Tom Kelly announced that masks will no longer be mandatory for all Upper Division (UD) students and Middle and UD employees while outdoors. After several weeks of...

Capó and Sueyshi discuss intersectionality in year’s first history speaker series

Capó and Sueyshi discuss intersectionality in year’s first history speaker series

Audrey Moussazadeh, Staff Writer October 17, 2021

Historians Dr. Julio Capó Jr. and Dr. Amy Sueyoshi discussed the role of intersectionality in relation to queer history in the first installment of this year's Upper Division (UD) speaker series, Intersectionality:...

Students, faculty attend homecoming in person

Allison Markman and Vidhatrie Keetha October 17, 2021

“To me, Homecoming is HM at its heart,” Clementine Bondor (11) said. “The joy and enthusiasm that can be found there each year are difficult to find in such high concentration at any other time.” The...

Broadway comes to Summer on the Hill

Broadway comes to Summer on the Hill

Emily Salzhauer, Staff Writer October 9, 2021

The school hosted a fundraiser, Broadway Comes to Summer on the Hill (SOH), last Monday evening.  During the event, members of the community watched three Broadway stars, Tony Award winner LaChanze, Pearl...

Female alumni authors share inspiration and challenges

Female alumni authors share inspiration and challenges

Rachel Baez, Staff Writer October 9, 2021

Last Wednesday, six female alumni authors discussed their writing careers in a panel organized by Director of Alumni Relations Kristin Lax and moderated by Upper Division Library Department Chair Caroline...

Clubs and Pubs Fair returns in-person

Athena Rem, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

Yesterday, the Upper Division (UD) revived the annual Clubs and Publications Fair to showcase both new and existing clubs. 15 new clubs and one new publication made their debut at the Fair. While the...

Author and journalist Murphy teaches parents about the power of listening

Jillian Lee, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

“Listening is a superpower,” author and journalist Kate Murphy said on Tuesday night at this year’s first virtual Parent Institute (PI) event. “We’re all Clark Kents waiting to be Superman.”  Murphy...

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