Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

Sarah Selzer, Math Teacher

Caroline Bernstein, Arts Editor June 17, 2016

For the past three years, Sarah Selzer has been a friendly face in the Upper School hallways of Princeton Day School. If you pop into the math office, you will likely be able to find her sitting at her...

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Christian Cousins, Spanish Teacher

Coby Gibson, Sports Editor June 17, 2016

Upper School Spanish teacher Christian Cousins, a Texas native, came to PDS in 2015. Although he has been at PDS for only one year, he has made a lasting impact on many students, myself included. Over...

Barbara Maloney, Science Teacher

Ryan Donnelly, Features Editor June 17, 2016

In her time here at Princeton Day, Barbara Maloney has touched many lives, both inside and outside of the classroom. Though she started teaching in 1976, she first came to this school in 1993 and became...

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The Boys Varsity Lacrosse team’s unforgettable season

Vivek Sharma, Staff Writer May 24, 2016

The Boys Varsity Lacrosse team just finished an extremely successful 2016 season, ending the spring with their first Mercer County Tournament and fourth Prep B trophies and a 14-1 record. PDS entered...

NFL Draft: 2016 analysis

Peter Shannon, Contributing Writer May 24, 2016

There is always a certain sense of speculation going into the NFL draft. Every team wants to make the right pick, but sometimes taking an offensive lineman in the first round lacks the big headline that...

Kobe Bryant: an NBA legend

Joe Riley, STAFF WRITER May 24, 2016

Kobe Bryant.  A name synonymous with greatness and success. After scoring 60 points in his final regular season game with the Los Angeles Lakers, a comeback win against the Utah Jazz, it begs the question...

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Athlete of the Month: Morgan Mills

Allison Klei, STAFF WRITER May 24, 2016

In the midst of both her junior year in high school and her third lacrosse season, the Spokesman’s Athlete of the Month, Morgan Mills, is not only pushing academic limits but athletic boundaries as well....

5,000 to 1 odds: Leicester City’s incredible title win

Manas Sood, Sports Editor May 24, 2016

Just looking at the numbers, Leicester City appeared to not have even the slightest chance of winning the English Premier League (EPL) this year, or even coming close to doing so. The odds were stacked...

Shana Levine

College confusion: the struggle to pick a new “home”

Hannah Freid, Editor-In-Chief May 24, 2016

Last week, I was out to dinner with my family, when we saw an old neighbor. Leaning over our salads, we discussed summer vacation plans and family events. When small talk ran dry, her eyes shifted toward...

Gil Levitan

The myth of a minimum wage

William Hopper, Contributing Writer May 24, 2016

In the midst of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt established the first national minimum wage. It was part of the New Deal, enacted when he signed the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938...

Shana Levine

Panama Papers expose corruption

Oliver McIntosh, Staff writer May 24, 2016

“Hello. This is John Doe. Interested in data?” In early 2015, an anonymous message was sent to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung. This was the beginning of the groundbreaking report known...

Lydia Pamudji

Bathroom Bill is a step in the wrong direction

Marc Harary, Staff writer May 24, 2016

When I confront legislative tragedies like North Carolina’s House Bill 2, I am reminded of a quote in Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee’s Inherit the Wind, a dramatization of the Scopes Trial of 1925....

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