Kendall Webb Kendall ’82 followed the advice she learned at Hotchkiss and “listened to her inner voice.” Drawing inspiration from a poem she first heard in an English class—Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken—she has devoted most of her life to giving back.
LinkAge, the School's multicultural club, recently hosted a cultural fair full of booths, food, music, performances, and fun. The event was the culmination of the group’s culture week, which featured meals from around the world in the Dining Hall, a cultural dress day, and students sharing stories about their heritage during spotlight talks.
Students recently took the stage in Walker Auditorium to showcase their musical talent during the 10th annual SMS concert. Bearcats performed outstanding songs by artists like Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Michael Jackson, TLC, Cafuné, and SWV.
C. Arthur “Art” Eddy P’78,’80,’81, GP’23, mathematics teacher and coach at Hotchkiss for three decades, passed away on February 19, 2023, after a brief illness.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the first issue of TIME. Co-founders Henry Luce '16 and Briton Hadden '16 published the inaugural issue on March 3, 1923. They met at Hotchkiss, first as rival editors of The Hotchkiss Record and Hotchkiss Literary Monthly, and ultimately as friends who shared a love of journalism. Read more about their time on campus, the launch of TIME, and the magazine's many connections to Hotchkiss.