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The Dial

The voice of the student body

The Dial

The voice of the student body

The Dial

Catie ORourke is deciding what to do with the ball as she travels down the field. She is maneuvering herself around a King field hockey player. She will be playing field hockey next year at Skidmore College.

Hackley Athletes Prepare to Play in College

By Ashley Currie, News Editor October 3, 2022

The Dial spoke to senior athletes Elizabeth Rudge, Ethan Ohm, and Catie O’Rourke to learn more about the athletic recruiting process. Senior Elizabeth Rudge is committed to playing lacrosse at Hamilton...

Marco Polos logo is a beach ball, representing the app, named after the classic pool game. It allows people to communicate from anywhere at anytime.

App of The Month: Marco Polo

By Ava Derby, Staff Writer October 3, 2022

Marco Polo is a communication app that allows users to send videos back and forth between friends. The benefit of Marco Polo is that it allows people to record videos and respond at their leisure rather...

The outside of Bibillé on Main Street.

Great Places to Grab a Meal in Tarrytown

By Kayce Park, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

Taco Project, Bibillé, Coffee Labs, Main Street Sweets, and Bistro 12 are Hilltop favorites in Tarrytown. There’s so many options and they are all great for everyone, especially upper school students. Anytime,...

All night long the student section kept the teams energy up. As it became clear that Hackley would pull out the win, students lined up along the sideline and began to chant. When the game ended, the excited fans rushed the field and celebrated with their team.

Redemption Tour: Boys Varsity Soccer Embark on their Journey for the NYSAIS Championship

By Charlie Perlman, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

If you were to turn right into Hackley School on Benedict Avenue and continue to the North Turf soccer field, you would find a dozen kids drenched in sweat in the middle of the New York summer heat locked...

Senior captains Dan Paridis(right) and JT Goswami(left) put on a spectacular performance with a combined one goal and two assists. The pair of wingers attracted louder and louder cheers with every juke on the Horace Mann defenders. Both seemed content with the outcome of the game but deadlocked on the road ahead to the playoffs.

Fall Sting ‘22: Hackley Fights Hard, Securing 4 Victories

By Caleb Bae, Events Editor September 23, 2022

The 2022 Fall Sting was a day to remember, filled with school spirit and Hackley dominating the competition. The day kicked off at 4:00, with the football team matching up against Long Island Lutheran...

Freshmen Spencer Flaxman and Isaac Price spent time at sleepaway camp in Maine doing many activities like camping and hiking.

What Did Hackley Do This Summer?

By Rebecca Ingles, Staff Writer September 21, 2022

On trips from Ukraine to Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Hackley community enjoyed a summer filled with both work and fun. The school year can be a source of stress for many, and the summer break provides opportunities...

Sophie was also drawing another portrait for her sustained investigation work. She depicts a girl covering her mouth with her hands. She also has several supplies like pencils and pastels to help form her piece of artwork.

AP Art Students Complete Their Portfolios

By Ashley Currie, News Editor June 7, 2022

The AP Studio Art class this year has five students instructed by Greg Cice and he discusses the nature of the course; one student, in particular, Sophie Miller, also discusses the artwork she has completed....

Junior, Cammy Jung, performs a solo.

Spring Coffeehouse Features New Performers

By Charlotte Feehan, Staff Writer June 2, 2022

A few weeks ago, the Hackley community came together to celebrate the musical talents of its students at the Spring Coffeehouse. The night featured several performers from ninth grade to twelfth, all showcasing...

Mike works with the Scarsdale Fire Department as a volunteer Fire Fighter. Mike is a main operator of the SSU36 (pictured), a fire unit specifically designed for holding necessary equipment for fighting long term fires.

Mike Keating: Keeping Everything in Service on the Hilltop

By Kami Lim, Editor-in-Chief June 2, 2022

In the footsteps of his father and brother, Mike Keating started work as a volunteer firefighter for the Scarsdale Fire Department in 1973. He had barely graduated high school in 1972 when he began working,...

Some freshman gather to take a picture. The various colors of their dresses all represent the theme well. They are all smiling and enjoying their first dance as one of the many Upper School activities.

Glowball: A New Twist on Snowball

By Ashley Currie, News Editor May 26, 2022

The long-awaited return of the Snowball is back… with a new twist: Glowball. The school dance returned this year with a slightly different appearance from Snowball 2020. The attire for the dance was...

Ms. Bottalicco and a group of 6th graders work to paint bee houses.

Earth Week Activities

By Maura McGlarry, Opinion Editor May 26, 2022

To celebrate Earth Day, the Hackley Earth Action League (HEAL) announced that the week of April 18 to April 22 would be coined “Earth Week.” Throughout this week, HEAL organized various activities...

Cliff Chapman, Asashi Goods, and Ej Regalado enjoy the drop everything and read period, reading books on their computers and finishing assignments.

Ms. Swan brings DEAR to campus

By Caleb Bae, Events Editor May 26, 2022

Hackley participated in a Drop Everything and Read period where students were encouraged to grab a book and read for a free period instead of doing other schoolwork. Ms. Swan proposed the idea with the...

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