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

(Artwork/Kayla Zhang ’24)

What are PDS Students Doing Over Spring Break?

Leo Chang, Associate Writer April 12, 2024

Spring Break is always an eagerly anticipated period every school year. It is a time when both students and faculty alike can sleep in, unwind, reunite with family, and embark on vacations. The long weeks...


Carnations or Candygrams: Which Reigns Supreme?

Sophia Simms, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

From bake sales to carnations to candygrams, there are many ways to support your classmates. However, one seems to rise above the rest. It is durable, a fan favorite, and a perfect representation of the...

(Photo/Dylan Powers ’25)

What’s the Best Restaurant in Downtown Princeton?

Riya Mani, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

Nothing beats a relaxing day in downtown Princeton—whether you want to walk around, study in the library, or buy some clothes, there’s something fun for everyone. But, there’s one thing that could...

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Leave Taylor Swift Alone!

Karina Yuan, Print Associate April 12, 2024

The 58th Super Bowl, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, on February 11, concluded with an overtime win by the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers—their third Super Bowl win in the past four years....

(Art/Maddy Cook 25)

Should We Make Up for the Snow Days?

Jahnavi Bhalla, Arts Editor April 2, 2024

From preschool to senior year, snow days have always held a dear place in the hearts of students. The anticipation of whether or not your parents would come into your room early in the morning and say...

(Art/Maddy Cook 25)

Super Bowl Halftime Show 2024: “Yeah” or “Burn?”

Jasper Mackey, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

From Maroon 5 to Katy Perry to The Weeknd, people have always had mixed opinions on the performance of the year, an artist’s dream: The Super Bowl Half-Time Show. Originally, the halftime show was just...

Thoughts on Senior Privileges

Charlotte Mullen, Print Features Editor March 2, 2024

Senior year is often considered the most stressful year of high school. With college applications, standardized testing, and pressure to maintain good grades, this is most certainly true. Despite all of...

(Artwork/Kayla Zhang 24)

Are Aliens Real? Discerning Hoaxes From Fact

Michael Arnwine, Online News Editor October 22, 2023

Farmers' recounts of otherworldly crop circles forming overnight and men recounting their alien abductions—since the mid-twentieth century, stories of extraterrestrial beings visiting Earth have filled...

(Artwork/Kayla Zhang 24)

Exploring New Interests: Should PDS Have More Clubs?

Sophia Barber, Online Staff Writer May 21, 2023

PDS offers many student clubs and activities, some that may be more fitting to specific students’ interests than others. Almost all clubs are student-run, allowing people to engage and collaborate with...

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From Status to Shame: Twitter’s Blue Checkmark

Anya Gruteser, Online Staff Writer May 19, 2023

The checkmark is a universal symbol throughout all social media platforms—it signifies the verification of an account and is generally a symbol of trust. Recently, Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion,...

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Why We Should Forgive Student Loan Debt

Michael Arnwine, Online Staff Writer April 15, 2023

Each year, young Americans are faced with the difficult decision of taking out student loans to fund their college education. As a result, over 44 million Americans owe a combined $1.7 trillion in federal...

(Artwork/Amy Lin ’26)

The Struggle With Standardized Testing

Stellan Salvner, Online Staff Writer April 15, 2023

The college application process is often stressful for students. Unfortunately, standardized tests like the SAT and ACT, which are an integral part of admissions in the United States, only add to this...

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