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...

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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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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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How to Get a Valentine – You Will Never Be Alone Again on the Most Romantic Day of the Year

Josephine Baranski, Online Staff Writer March 10, 2021

As Valentine’s Day festivities conclude, romantics in happy relationships finish their boxes of chocolates, throw out their dead supermarket flowers, and place their red and pink Hallmark cards nicely...

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The Highs and Lows of Life in Quarantine

Japna Singh, Print Copy Editor May 4, 2020

Who would have thought that Japna Singh, the girl who cherished summer break and sleep more than anything in the world, would miss school? It’s true, I admit it: I miss having heated discussions in history...

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AP Test Tips

Navaneeth Rajan, Humor Writer May 4, 2020

APs are important. They’re a cornerstone of a successful high school career, and receiving high scores can earn you college credit. I can’t actually vouch for this myself, being a freshman and whatnot,...

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Stop Watching Mediocre TikToks and Start Talking to Your Dog.

Reed Dillon, Print Staff Writer April 27, 2020

Isolation can be difficult for many PDS students, who are missing their friends, relatives, and, at this point, maybe even their classes. In this strange new time, many find themselves just trying to “ride...

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Rhodes Stops School to Start Sewing

Peter Sarsfield, Humor Columnist April 18, 2020

The future Princeton Day disciplinarian, Mr. Rhodes, has converted his school to online learning in an effort to spend more time with his new passion, sewing. Despite what some experts ascertained, the...

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Older Siblings are….?

Japna Singh, Print Copy Editor April 13, 2020

Not only was going to school a good change of environment, but it was also a good opportunity to get time away from my notorious older brother, Harjap Singh. Sometimes siblings are just like Upper School...

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