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Alumni News Archive

2020

  • February

    Aidan Wilson ’20 and Bruce Dunbar ’85 in front of the records board.

    Records Honored and Set

    Bruce Dunbar ’85 and Aidan Wilson ’20, two of the most accomplished Hackley swimmers of all-time, share the Hackley School record in the 500 Free (4:34.61).
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  • Coach Pickert at Hackley's Pickert Field sign.

    Honoring Coach Pickert

    Hackley's Pickert Field signage was enhanced with the language below chronicling Coach Robert Pickert's achievements as Hackley Teacher, Coach, Athletics Director, and Varsity Football Coach.
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  • Upcoming Alumni Events

    Click READ MORE to see a list of upcoming alumni events. To RSVP or if you have questions, reach out to Margie McNaugton Ford '85 at mford@hackleyschool.org.
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  • Hackley Varsity Wrestling Coach Fran Stanek

    Coach Stanek Honored

    Hackley Varsity Wrestling Coach Fran Stanek was honored at this year's NYSAIS Wrestling Championship with the 25 years of Service Award in the sport of wrestling.
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  • Enzi Teacher '20

    Hackley Athletes Named to Golden Dozen

    Enzi Teacher '20 and Conor McMahon '20 were named to the 2020 Golden Dozen Team. The Golden Dozen is an award given to the top student-athletes in the Westchester area in the sport of football.
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  • January

    Hackley Hosts NYSAIS Wrestling Championship

    Hackley will be hosting the 2020 NYSAIS Wrestling Championships on Saturday, February 8th in the double gym in the Walter C. Johnson Center for Health and Wellness, beginning at 10:00 AM.

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  •  Pavel Litvinov's portrait on the wall outside the Head of School’s office.

    Wendt Visiting Scholar Pavel Litvinov

    On January 9, Hackley hosted Pavel Litvinov, this year’s Henry Wendt Visiting Scholar, who addressed Upper School students in the morning, visited classes, and then continued conversation with students over lunch.
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  • Pavel and his wife, Julia, at Hackley on their wedding day.

    Pavel Litvinov: Raising a Toast to Our Hopeless Cause

    Hackley Review Winter 2018-19 By Vladimir Klimenko

    In August 1968, a 28-year-old physicist and fellow political dissidents protested the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia with a demonstration on Red Square. That protest landed Pavel Litvinov in Siberia, and down the path that eventually led to Hackley School. This past August, he returned to Moscow to commemorate the anniversary.
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2020