Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

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Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

Unveiling Colross: Navigating the Complex History of Slavery Within PDSs Architectural Gem

Unveiling Colross: Navigating the Complex History of Slavery Within PDS’s Architectural Gem

Arun Patel, Print Copy Editor January 21, 2024

Colross–the quintessential PDS building, is a Georgian-style mansion located at the entrance of campus. Most know it as home to the Admissions, Advancement, and Alumni offices, or simply as the building...

PinkPantheress Debut Album Heaven Knows

PinkPantheress Fuses Pop and Electronica in Debut Album “Heaven Knows”

Sam Cohen January 3, 2024

Everyone knows PinkPantheress for her collaboration with Ice Spice, “Boy's a liar Pt. 2”, but PinkPantheress, the princess of UK Pop, is so much more. PinkPantheress made a name for herself on TikTok...


“Mission: Impossible” Returns: Review of “Dead Reckoning Part One”

Tony Wang, Online Staff Writer October 21, 2023

Real stunts and practical effects are at the forefront of Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One’s advertising. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, this film centers on agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise)...

Album Cover for Teezo Touchdowns Debut Album (Photo/Complex)

Teezo Touchdown Scores Big With Genre-Bending Debut Album “How Do You Sleep at Night?”

Sam Cohen, Online Staff Writer October 21, 2023

The self-proclaimed “Texas Tycoon,” known as Teezo Touchdown, has been on the minds of every hip-hop, rock, and R&B fan this year. Teezo personifies two types of R&B: the first is rhythm and...

Juniors Oren Yakoby and Colton Simonds, the co-heads of the new Wildlife & Conservation Club, at the club fair (Photo/PDS Flickr)

From Creative Writing to Pickleball: PDS Debuts New Clubs for 2023-24 School Year

Hart Nowakoski, Online Sports Editor October 21, 2023

Along with a new school year comes a return to structured life – classrooms and hallways once again become crowded with students revitalized after a long hiatus away from school. At PDS, an aura of liveliness...

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Fall Weekend 2023: a Success for PDS Athletics

Abby Leonardi, Online Staff Writer October 21, 2023

Princeton Day School’s Fall Weekend is a longstanding tradition celebrated year after year among PDS students, parents, and alumni. Continuing this legacy, attendees looked forward to the annual fun...

March Madness (Artwork/Hannah Park 24)

March’s Big Dance: A Month of Basketball Miracles and Devastation

Andrew Thallemer, Online Staff Writer April 8, 2023

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball tournament, more commonly known as “March Madness,” is an annual single-elimination tournament composed of the best 64 teams in the country. There are four divisions...

Baljeet, a stereotypical depiction of South Asian American identity in the TV Show Phineas and Ferb (Artwork/Ishnoor Kaur 26)

The Problem With Baljeet: South Asian Representation in Children’s TV

Arun Patel, Print Copy Editor March 5, 2023

In early January of 2023, co-creator of the childhood classic “Phineas and Ferb” Dan Povenmire announced the return of the hit TV show for two more seasons. While many people (including me) rejoiced...

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Cookies Galore: What is the Best Girl Scout Cookie?

Michelle Xu, Online Features Editor February 28, 2023

There is something special about opening a pack of fresh, new, Girl Scout cookies. As the sugary-sweet scent fills the room, it is tempting not to eat the entire box in one sitting. Though the enjoyment...

Artwork depicts person taking a nap. Whats your favorite nap spot at PDS?(Artwork/Ashlyn Du 24)

Top 5 Places To Nap at PDS

Sara Nandwana, Online Staff Writer February 28, 2023

It goes without saying that school can be tiring. From hours of homework, athletics, and even extracurriculars, it is likely for a student to want to take a nap during the school day. At PDS, here are...

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Chiefs vs Eagles: A Super Bowl for the Ages

Charlotte Mullen, Online Staff Writer February 28, 2023

On February 12, many members of the PDS community watched as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII with the close score of 38 to 35. After a controversial call against...

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Should Students Have to Fundraise for Prom?

Anya Gruteser, Online Staff Writer February 28, 2023

In most American high schools, the end of the school year is marked by prom. It is a dance almost exclusively for seniors and juniors, allowing the students to celebrate their completion of the school...

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