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


Students Discuss PDS’ First Sikh Club

Harrison Bagga, News Editor May 29, 2024

Sophomore Ishnoor Kaur, along with founding members: Senior Harleen Sandhu, Sophomore Harrison Bagga, Freshman Harkiran Sandhu, Junior Noor Choudhury and few others, recently created our new Sikh Club...


Snapshot: The Science Olympiad Team This Year

Simran Malik, Staff Writer May 23, 2024

The PDS high school Science Olympiad team had a successful season this year. After achieving favorable results in the regional competition, they moved on to the state competition where they displayed a...

(Photo/Cynthia Shen ’25)

Free Feminine Hygiene Products at PDS

Charlotte Mullen, Features Editor May 16, 2024

This past month, Junior Class President Rohan Shah and Junior Student Council Representative Cynthia Shen worked together to equip the women’s bathrooms at PDS with feminine hygiene product stations....


Kara Swisher’s Visit to PDS

Jahnavi Bhalla, Arts Editor May 16, 2024

PDS Upper School has witnessed many visits during Day 1 community block gatherings. But, none could replace the notable visit made by Kara Swisher, a PDS Alumni. Swisher is a writer for The New York Times,...


American Climate Leadership Awards

Anika John-Annaselvan, Contributing Writer April 29, 2024

The American Climate Leadership Awards were created to recognize, reward, and spotlight an individual’s leadership in response to climate change. The award is given to those who care not just for themselves...


Critical Insights During Computer Science Teachers’ Summit

Tony Wang, Senior Writer April 24, 2024

In the constantly evolving landscape of education, there is always room for improvement. Some students, such as PDS sophomores Ankith Namireddy and Justin Phillip, have taken it into their own hands to...

(Photo/Courtney White)

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...

(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...


PDS and AI: How do new AI models affect the PDS community?

Anya Gruteser, Opinions Editor April 10, 2024

With the recent surge of advancements in the field of generative artificial intelligence (AI), which has led to programs such as ChatGPT, America has been constantly debating the ethics and usability of...

(Art/Em Gao27)

And the Winners of This Year’s Teacher Awards Goes To…

Jiayi Li, Staff Writer April 8, 2024

The annual Teacher Awards, organized by Student Council, is a fun way to show appreciation to our teachers while having a laugh. Students get to nominate their favorite teachers for certain funny titles...

(Photo/Princeton Day School)

Responses to Recent Discriminatory Behavior

Em Gao, Staff Writer April 4, 2024

On February 7, an emergency Upper School gathering was held. Head of School Dr. Kelley Nicholson-Flynn and Head of Upper School Ms. Katie O'Shaughnessey addressed the recent discriminatory behavior at...

(Art/Kayla Zhang 24)

EnAct’s Second Annual Symposium: Green Building

Michelle Xu, Online Editor April 2, 2024

Over the past three months, the Environmental Action (EnAct) club has been working tirelessly to plan and host EnAct’s second annual symposium. The symposium is a climate conference hosted by PDS students...

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