Members of the Mockingbird Chapter of the National Charity League in the last year contributed 8,998 hours of community service to Dallas philanthropy partners working in crisis and violence intervention, education, elderly and animal support, and poverty and hunger prevention.Read more
Student co-chairs for the Junior Symphony Ball (JSB) presented Dallas Symphony Orchestra League (DSOL) president Anne Ligon with a $238,432 check.
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Holland Roden, a former Hockaday and HPHS student lives in a van, even with her acting career rolling.
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Since its founding, People Newspapers has been dedicated to the community and placed particular focus on the great unifier: sports.
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Maya Dattatreya has been a part of Boy Scouts since 2018. Well, not exactly.
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A student-run women’s rights organization that launched last year at the Greenhill School before expanding in the U.S. and overseas has taken hold at The Hockaday School.Read more
Audrey Tweed served in the Women’s Auxiliary Ferry Squadron, traveled the world, and won’t stop watering her yard herself at the age of 100.Read more
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Jennifer Stimpson is on a mission: She wants to change what people picture when they think of a scientist.Read more
A couple of Hockaday School students responded to the pandemic by creating a nonprofit and giving it a four-word name that tells perhaps half its story.Read more
Avery Jackson might live several hundred miles from the ocean, but she feels right at home on the beach.Read more