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The Swimathon Lives on!

The 26th annual Swimathon was held this year, but with a new twist. On Sept.19, Humanities Instructor Keith Moon, founder of the event and a Special Olympics Connecticut board member, swam solo across Lake Wononscopomuc and back, a two-mile distance round trip, to raise money for Special Olympics Connecticut. At the same time, Ian Graham '92, a parent of a Special Olympics athlete, made the swim in the chilly shores off Nantucket Island.

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Hotchkiss Alum of the Month | Jonathan Andrew Perez ’00

t’s  Latinx Heritage Month at Hotchkiss! To celebrate members of the community who proudly identify as Latinx, Latino, Latina, or Hispanic, the Diversity and Inclusion Office has partnered with affinity groups to present a series of virtual events highlighting their rich traditions, cultures, and accomplishments. The program kicked off Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. with guest speaker Jonathan Andrew Peréz ’00.

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Calling all Creatives: Announcing the MacLeish Scholars Program for Upper Mids

Hotchkiss is proud to announce the establishment of the MacLeish Scholars Program. This summer, ten selected upper mid students will spend June 12-27, 2021, at Yale, where they will  divide their time between researching literary materials in Yale’s Special Collections and writing original creative pieces. Scholars also will have hands-on experience in bookbinding, paper making, and letterpress printing, and will finish the program by designing and creating a book of their own work.

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