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


PDS Students on Winning Teams at HackBAC Social Entrepreneurship

Luke Nolte, Contributing Writer May 19, 2024

Hackathons. Not all are created equal, but maybe are more so when they’re promoting justice and equity. HackBAC is an event that pushes teams to the limit to come up with functional solutions that promote...


Shaping the PDS Community with Computer Science

Michael Xue, Staff Writer May 19, 2024

The Advanced Computing class is the highest-level computer science course offered at PDS. Advanced Computing offers a unique opportunity for students to apply their learning through meaningful work for...


Senior Assassin: A Game of Fun and Struggle

Ziya Sangha, Staff Writer May 19, 2024

Amidst the upcoming AP test season and the end of high school, the PDS class of 2024 is taking a break from the stress through the newly created tradition of participating in Senior Assassin. The game...

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Senior Reflections on Their Time at PDS

Addison Figel, Staff Writer May 19, 2024

1. How has your senior year been?  Michael Arnwine ‘24: “Stressful, very stressful. Well, because if you sign up like me, unfortunately, to take a lot of hard classes and then you have to do...

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Ending the PDS English Journey with the Senior Reading and Writing Intensive

Em Gao, Staff Writer May 16, 2024

Established seven years ago, the senior reading and writing intensive is a student's final English course during their PDS career. As seniors prepare to say their goodbyes, they produce their last high...

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Educating Tomorrow’s Financial Leaders- Inside the PDS Finance Club

Marc Nahas, Staff Writer May 16, 2024

Did you know that nearly two-thirds of Americans can't pass a basic financial literacy test? As we live in a world where financial decisions impact every aspect of our lives, having the ability to make...

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Global Studies Filled with Camaraderie and Learning

Andrew Thallemer, Online Editor April 24, 2024

Two groups of Princeton Day students were fortunate enough this past March to continue learning in far-off locales, namely Rome and Eleuthera Island. These overseas programs are enrichment learning experiences...


PDS MUN Wins Best Large Delegation at DartMUN XVI

Michelle Xu, Online Editor April 24, 2024

This past month, the Princeton Day School Model UN team traveled to Hanover, New Hampshire to compete at their last conference of the year: Dartmouth Model United Nations (DartMUN). The team brought home...


PDS’s Second Semester: How Teachers Old and New View The New Semester

Amber Pancholi, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

Already halfway through the second semester, PDS students are trying to complete a myriad of assignments, projects, and assessments. As we approach the final months of school, students are getting used...

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Honors Pre-Calculus Financial Project

Charlotte Mullen, Features Editor April 8, 2024

The Honors Pre-Calculus recently completed an individual financial literacy project to showcase their understanding of how different mathematical applications are used in the “real world.” The project...

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A Journey of Renewal- Madame Farhat’s Sabbatical

Marc Nahas, Staff Writer April 4, 2024

In the fast-paced and stressful life of academia, the notion of taking a step back from the constant barrage of work might seem counterintuitive. With that notion in mind,  a period of leave granted to...

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The Next Chapter for Beloved Teacher Mr. Cara

Phoebe Terry, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

Sophomore Dean and Science Teacher Carlos Cara's PDS journey is coming to a close. After 41 years of dedication, Mr. Cara’s story at PDS starts with the maintenance team. He described this stage in his...

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