This morning, Hackley English teacher Wil Lobko reached at random for a poem to share with colleagues to kick off the month, and the poem he happened upon has particular resonance as we enter into "Day 3" of distance learning on the Hilltop.
We are pleased to announce, NFL Insider Ian Rapoport ’98 will return to the Hilltop on May 13 to discuss his experiences reporting in the NFL and its players. The event will begin at 6:30 PM in the Lindsay Room and is open to current parents and alumni. RSVP to email@example.com. Attendees must be 21 and older to attend.
Save the date for the Hilltop Challenge - April 27 and 28! This challenge will support the Annual Fund, Hackley’s biggest philanthropic priority, providing a direct impact on every student, every day. Each gift is an investment in Hackley’s current students, teachers, and coaches. More details to follow soon.
Save the date for ALUMNI DAY 2020 - October 3. We'll celebrate special reunions for classes ending in 0 and 5. Email Margie McNaughton Ford '85, Director of Alumni Engagement, if you are interested in joining your reunion committee. See you on the HILLTOP!
Former teacher and musician extraordinaire, Eliot Smith, has retired and now lives in Provence, France! He is hard at work with Wade Tonken, Hackley's very own video and music producer and another former Hackley teacher, Erick Storckman, on a new jazz-rock album. All songs on the project are written and sung by Eliot. The album set to be released in late 2020. For more information visit his website at https://buff.ly/37TzyyV
Interested in growing your professional network, connecting with Hackley alumni, and 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hackley's very own Celia Gooding '18 is starring in Jagged Little Pill, a Broadway play inspired by Alanis Morissette's album! If interested in attending, get your tickets here: https://buff.ly/2Ur0wYC.
Fred Hochberg '70's new book , Trade is not a Four-Letter Word, examines trade myths with the help of six everyday goods - the taco salad, the Honda Odyssey, the banana, the iPhone, the college degree, and the HBO series Game of Thrones.
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.
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.