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Alumni News Archive


  • March

    Joe McDermott ’14 – Hackley Fund Manager

    Joe recently joined the Advancement Office as the Hackley Fund Manager. He is responsible for implementing and executing strategies to raise Hackley Fund gifts, which support the School’s operating budget. Working closely with members of the Advancement Team, Joe will assist with volunteer management, direct mail, email marketing and solicitations, social media and all forms of interaction with Hackley donors. He will continue as the head coach for the football program.
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  • Ben Aybar '21

    Ben Aybar ’21 stopped by Glenn Hasslinger and Tessa Johnson’s America’s National Parks class on Nov. 21 to share his experience as an intern for the Pullman National Historical Park, located just outside Chicago, Illinois. He shared that PNHP is a new park and is very different from what most people think about when they think about National Parks, such as Yellowstone or the Grand Canyon. Mr. Aybar explained that PNHP is much smaller in size, near an urban city center and was designated a National Park due to its significant historic origins in the Pullman Car Company, which manufactured railroad cars from the late 19th to early 20th century.
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  • Ellie Grueskin '18

    On Nov. 29, Ellie Grueskin ’18 returned to the Hilltop to share her experience as a baseball operations analyst for the San Francisco Giants. 
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  • Paulathena Stone '13

    On Dec. 7, Paulathena Stone ’13 visited with Upper School biology students to share her path from the Hilltop to her career as a certified nurse midwife at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx. 
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  • Peter Loehr '85

    Peter Loehr ’85 delivered a Mitton Lecture and met with Chinese classes on Dec. 5 to share the impact that language learning has had on his life and his career as an award-winning filmmaker.
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  • February

    Boys' Varsity Squash

    Hackley Winter Athletics Teams Finish Season Strong

    Congratulations to all our Winter Athletics teams, coaches and student-athletes on a fantastic season! The Hornets played their hearts out and throughout it all showed sportsmanship, collaboration and integrity. We couldn’t be prouder of all their efforts in both the regular season and championships!
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  • Katherine Chen '24 at the Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

    ISRP Senior Wins 1st Place at State and Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposiums

    On Feb. 28 and 29, Katherine Chen ’24 presented her investigation on evading natural immunity to better deliver therapeutics for genetic diseases at the state level Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.
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  • Placing a tree atop the final steel beam is an ancient construction tradition and continues to be a superstitious element of topping out ceremonies. The evergreen is meant to symbolize the hope for a long and everlasting future for the building.

    Hackley Celebrates Milestone in Center Construction

    This week, Hackley reached a key milestone in the construction of the Center for the Creative Arts and Technology as the last steel beam was placed on the building, completing the structural phase of the project. Members of the Hackley Community came together on Thursday, Feb. 1, to celebrate this milestone with a topping out ceremony.
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  • January

    Ali Kaminetsky '12 on "Shark Tank" -Friday, Feb 2 at 8:00 on ABC!

    Hackley’s Ali Kaminetsky ’12, Founder and CEO of Modern Picnic, is going to be on Shark Tank on Friday, February 2 at 8:00 pm on ABC. 
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