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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...

Helicopters, Snowplows, and Hot Potatoes: Parent Involvement in student academics

Helicopters, Snowplows, and Hot Potatoes: Parent Involvement in student academics

Zack Kurtz, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

“While we feel that we are more accommodating parents, there is, unfortunately, a certain level of expectation that things need to get done,” Fernando Romero P ‘22 ‘25 said. Fernando and his wife...

Understanding history and ourselves: Make time for the Speaker Series

Understanding history and ourselves: Make time for the Speaker Series

Allison Markman, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

We all have copious amounts of homework, tests, and extracurriculars after school, but the speaker series installments are truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The history department Speaker Series...

Selfie Gallery shows students without masks

Selfie Gallery shows students without masks

Kate Beckler and Nia Huff October 22, 2021

Entering the Fisher gallery, viewers will find the walls lined with selfies — images, videos, and even a reflection within an image. The pictures are loosely hung by thumbtacks and represent various...

MD Students Atttend Sexual Abuse Prevention Training 

Erica Jiang and Heidi Li October 22, 2021

Sixth and eighth graders attended presentations by the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC) over the past few weeks. “The overall goal is that we are providing foundational...

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...

Homecoming Results

Ariella Frommer, Heidi Li, Jillian Lee, and Sean Lee October 17, 2021

Boys Cross Country The Boys Cross Country team raced against more than 100 schools in the Manhattan College Invitational, the largest Cross Country meet on the East Coast, Jake Ziman (11) said. “The...

Line 3 pipeline and the climate crisis: change requires an anticolonial worldview 

Line 3 pipeline and the climate crisis: change requires an anticolonial worldview 

Emily Sun October 17, 2021

Manoomin wild rice, meaning “food that grows on water” in the Ojibwe language, sways over the Great Lakes. Their green stalks and blushed kernels rustle with the wind, parting for canoes that weave...

Editorial

Volume 119 Board October 17, 2021

While The Record is committed to providing information about the recent controversy surrounding the Ivy Preparatory League’s (IPL) decision to ban Hackley senior Colin Ives from Field Hockey league play,...

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:...

Evolving language: “Enslaved people,” not “slaves”  

Evolving language: “Enslaved people,” not “slaves”  

Connor Dwin, Contributing Writer October 9, 2021

For eleven years at this school, I never thought twice about using the word slave to describe enslaved Black people. I think I defaulted to that term because I felt it adequately described enslaved African...

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