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

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Top 5 Places to Cry at PDS

Sanjana Paramesh, Online Opinions Editor December 12, 2021

From Honors Chem to Studio Geometry, there are countless courses at PDS that, while fascinating, can be the prompter of tears for many students. The other day, I overheard a group of freshmen talking about...

How the Global Supply Chain Crisis Could Affect Your Holiday Shopping

How the Global Supply Chain Crisis Could Affect Your Holiday Shopping

Michael Arnwine, Online Staff Writer December 1, 2021

Have you noticed an increased amount of empty shelves in the store? How about frequent delays when trying to order things online? Well if you answered yes to these questions, you would have the global...

Asian-American Representation in Media

Asian-American Representation in Media

Ava Fong, Online Staff Writer November 29, 2021

Historically, mainstream media has always been a reflection on our society’s culture and values, whether that be positive or negative. When the Hollywood film industry first started in America, high-grossing...

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PDS Traffic …

Emma Ozdogan, Online Arts Editor November 4, 2021

Seeing as it was the first day of “regular” in-person school in two years, our decision to take route 206 and the Great Road wasn’t unfounded; the smaller roads we normally take could be closed,...

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An Update of Recent Travel Restrictions

Yvonne Wang, Online Staff Writer October 30, 2021

As COVID-19 continues to affect daily life, all aspects of society have been continually adapting to the pandemic by making changes to policies. Notably among them are the travel restrictions and entry...

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The Covid-19 Mu Variant

Jason Ma, Online Staff Writer, Environmental Science Column Associate October 16, 2021

The week of September 9, the World Health Organization (WHO) designated the Mu variant of COVID-19 as a “variant of interest.” Further, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious...

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The War on Terror: 20 Years Too Long

Navaneeth Rajan, Online Features Editor October 8, 2021

America fought in Afghanistan for nearly two decades. It was the longest war in our nation’s history– a gaping scar on the already-marred fresco of American foreign policy. But after twenty years of...

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Despite it’s Racist Origins, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a big win for the Asian American community

Kyler Zhou, Online News Editor October 4, 2021

On September 3, Marvel Studios released Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, starring Chinese Canadian actor Simu Liu, who rose to fame playing Jung in the Canadian sitcom Kim’s Convenience. The...

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India’s COVID-19 Nightmare

Arjun Ray, Online Staff Writer May 29, 2021

A highly virulent mutant COVID-19 strain, a healthcare system in shambles, and a skyrocketing death toll – India is in the midst of an unprecedented crisis. As of May 11, the South Asian nation of 1.4...

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Inside the Mind of an Online PDS Student

Sanjana Paramesh, Online Opinions Editor May 24, 2021

It is 7:30 am. I am awake. Actually, no, wait, I’m not. Scratch that. At 7:55, I am awake– for real this time. I do what my parents refer to as the “last-minute morning dash,” where I get a cup...

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Into the Wild (High Schooler Edition)

Josephine Baranski, Online Staff Writer May 8, 2021

Central New Jersey. It’s hot and arid. Your throat becomes dry and your stomach empty, as you search for an acaí bowl from Ticos. You find yourself in a strange and unknown area. After directing yourself...

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Dear Spokesman, I’m angry. We all should be.

Navaneeth Rajan, Online Features Editor April 24, 2021

Dear Spokesman, I’m angry. Angry that any person could believe that civilians should be allowed to have assault weaponry. Angry at right-wing politics for propagating this problem, and at left-wing...

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