Since sharing this essay on Sunday, May 31 about the killings of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery, I have been a part of several crucial, painful conversations with community members, the overriding theme of which has been to see Hackley move from conversation to action on issues of racism and injustice. I am grateful to those who participated--both students and adults--for the direct nature of these conversations, leading me to insights on ways we can and must do better.
Attention Classes of 2009-2016: Join us on June 4th at 8:00 PM for a virtual cocktail party featuring a mixologist who will teach us how to make a few summer cocktails. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allison Pataki ’03 and Marya Myers ’03’s newest children’s book “Poppy Takes Paris” was released on May 26! To celebrate, they read their new book to the Hackley community. To watch their virtual book reading, click here!
Interested in growing your professional network, connecting with Hackley alumni, or speaking with Hackley mentors? Join HackleyConnect, our online networking and event platform. It's a great place to post job and internships. Questions? Contact Margie McNaughton Ford '85 at email@example.com.
In the midst of COVID-19 and Distance Learning, Hackley’s Service Team organized a campaign for students to create letters expressing their heartfelt thanks to essential workers and emergency responders in our local community. The response from all divisions was heartwarming.
Will Guidara of the Independent Restaurant Coalition spoke at the White House and pressed President Trump for more federal assistance and for more time to spend the relief money restaurants were already given.