On December 10th, Emily Epstein ’03, Executive News Editor for Bustle, an online magazine for women, returned to Hilltop as a visiting artist to give presentations to Upper School photography classes on her work as a photojournalist.
Jim Reilly '66, Hackley's most prominent football alumnus, arrived on the Hilltop in 1961 and excelled at sports winning numerous track awards. He was named captain of the football team his senior year. After graduating, Jim was a starting offensive tackle at the University of Notre Dame, where he played from 1966 to 1970. While at Notre Dame, he was named to the Kodak All-American team and to the College Sports Information Directors All-American team.
Hackley third graders learned about the importance of a healthy breakfast, and then explored the challenge of ensuring access to this important nutrition beyond the Hilltop. Read about it on Hackley Perspectives.
The Girls Basketball team had a very exciting start to the 2018-19 season bringing home a second consecutive first place finish in the Dan D. Memorial basketball tourney on the Hilltop on Saturday, 12/1.
The Hudson Scholars and Hackley's Upper School student mentors planned to join forces to help with the RiverWalk clean up in Tarrytown on November 17, but the previous day’s surprise snowstorm forced a change in plans.