Thursday, January 31, 2013

Kate Hoffman of The Hockaday School will be Reading Her Paper "Gabriel in The Dead as a Middle Man" at the 2013 Dubliners Colloquium at The Oakridge School

The Oakridge School is proud to host Kate Hoffman at the 2013 Dubliners Colloquium.  She will be reading her paper, “Gabriel in The Dead as a Middle Man,” the morning of February 6th, and we are excited to hear her presentation.

Kate Hoffman is a senior at The Hockaday School, where she has attended since Pre-K, not including the semester she spent away during her junior year at the School for Ethics and Global Leadership in Washington D.C.. While at Hockaday, she has participated in Student Council and Yearbook, as well as co-founded the Hockaday Students Against Sweatshops club. Outside of school, Kate enjoys playing tennis and taking piano lessons. Right now, on her bedside table rests poetry books by E.E. Cummings and T.S. Eliot as well a collection of David Sedaris short stories. And in college, Kate hopes to pursue Politics and Human Rights.
Ms. Hoffman will be reading her paper during the second block of presentations in a session entitled “Literature, Philosophy, and The Dead.” The location of the session will be announced soon.

Kate Hoffman's Colloquium Paper

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