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


Perfect Days is a Perfect Film

Ethan Wang, Copy Editor May 16, 2024

Perfect Days is a movie I enjoyed throughout the entirety of its runtime, but went unrecognized by many casual movie viewers. After all, it was first released in film festivals in the latter half of 2023,...

(Artwork/Ally Cao ’27)

Classes Collaborate on a Quest to Craft a Video Game

Kristine Wang, Staff Writer May 16, 2024

Since the beginning of the school year, the Animation/Digital Design class has embarked on a mission to design a game from scratch. Centering around a dust bunny, the game follows its journey through the...


Empty Bowls 2024 – A Soaring Success

Karina Yuan, Associate May 16, 2024

On March 6, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the Princeton Day School ceramics students hosted their annual Empty Bowls event. For $25, members of the PDS community could buy a bowl made by PDS students and enjoy...

(Artwork/Kayla Zhang 24)

Simmering Spices Art Collective

Sophia Simms, Staff Writer May 8, 2024

This summer, Sanjana Thakur will curate an art exhibit representing the educational system seen through the lenses of girls of color. It will take place from July 12 through July 16 in partnership with...

(Artwork/Kayla Zhang ’24)

National Shakespeare Competition

Amber Pancholi, Print Staff Writer April 29, 2024

In late February, seniors Lara Ozdogan and Amelia Sentveld represented PDS to showcase their theatrical capabilities at the 2024 National Shakespeare Competition held at the Peddie School in Hightstown,...


The Evolution of the PDS Fine Arts Course

Kristine Wang, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

The Fine Arts course has gone through its fair share of adjustments over the many years at PDS. Through this class, students have had the opportunity to express themselves creatively using many different...


“Ye: Please Stop Being Controversial”

Arjun Bhardwaj, Print Staff Writer April 12, 2024

Kanye Omari West, commonly referred to as “Ye,” is one of the most celebrated rappers of the 21st century. With songs and albums consistently performing at the top of the charts, Ye has solidified...

(Artwork/Meera Shah ’25)

Student Artist Spotlight: Meera Shah

Ruth Mehreteab, Floating Editor April 12, 2024

When did you first start your passion for art?  From coloring in lower school to creating her 8th-grade self-portrait, Shah’s determination and love for art continued to grow. Upon entering Upper...


Why The Boy and the Heron is Worth Watching?

Ethan Wang, Copy Editor April 12, 2024

For frequent movie watchers, 2023 was a year filled with a variety of options. Among the notable releases was the “Barbie+Oppenheimer'' internet phenomenon, Martin Scorcese’s return to directing with...


From Bioethics to Ceramics: New and Returning Electives Offer New Opportunities for Students

Michael Xue, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

Immerse yourself in a world of new possibilities! Next year, electives offer a multitude of opportunities for students to explore new subjects and dive into their passions. The upcoming school year...

(Artwork/Vera Goliyad ’25)

This Year’s Winter Musical: The Prom

Abby Leonardi, Copy Editor April 12, 2024

On July 5, 2023, the New York Times published an article titled “It’s Getting Hard to Stage a School Play Without Political Drama.” The article explained in-depth the challenges faced by high school...

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Was the Grammys Worth Watching?

Ziya Kartar Sangha, Staff Writer April 8, 2024

The 2024 Grammy Awards Show marked its 66th ceremony, which is held to honor and recognize the many artists who have excelled this year in the music industry. As some of the country’s best musical artists...

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