Entering new worlds through the Hotchkiss portal

Thomas Getman and Leo Poggi represented Hillel, a club for the Jewish faith that holds weekly Friday night shabbot meetings at Hotchkiss. Photo by Cordelia Schiller

LAKEVILLE — Walking into The Hotchkiss School’s main building at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24, was a little like a trip to another world. It was the first annual St. Luke’s Cultural Fair, presented by Hotchkiss students.

St. Luke’s Society is Hotchkiss’s oldest student organization and finds many ways to interact with and serve communities outside of the school. The students raise money for charities throughout the year and volunteer to help others. 

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