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What role should PDS play in patrolling student social media?

Hadeel Eltayeb, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

There is no arguing that now is the dawn of the digital age. Until recently, there was very little that needed to be done to get rid of incriminating evidence. You could put it into a paper shredder, set it on fire, or even flush...

Should students be able to request teachers?

Stellio Louka, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

Princeton Day School is great at fostering connections that inspire a powerful learning environment. This connection can be strengthened by students having the freedom to decide which teacher knows them best. Not only will this...

Gun ownership must be limited

Marc Harary, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

When asked about his intentions regarding regulating gun ownership at a 2008 Democratic debate, Barack Obama responded, “I don’t think that we can get that done. But what we can do is to provide just some common-sense enforcement.”...

Students grow more aware of large-scale issues

Pranav Pulakkat, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

From #blacklivesmatter to #bringbackourgirls, we are witnessing a new wave of political activism amongst “milleanials.” The question is, why? The participants of the Black Lives Matter movement might say that social media...

Are we ready to think outside the box?

Hallie Hoffman, Opinions Editor

March 22, 2016

What does a businessman have in common with a socialist? Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are both presidential candidates that are sweeping the nation with their unconventional platforms. While neither were taken very seriously...

Zen and the art of college acceptance

Mia Wong, Contributing Writer

March 22, 2016

Your best friend was just accepted to college, and you could not be happier for her. You have been through the ups and downs together, and now you are both seniors, arriving at the long awaited moment of college decisions. When...

New York Fashion Week highlights new trends

Kali Radu, Arts Editor

March 13, 2016

From featuring Kanye West’s last minute presentation of his Spring-Summer 2016 collection to bringing Rihanna on Puma’s runway, New York Fashion Week constantly blows our minds with what they have in store. Always showcasing...

Something Rotten! lights up Broadway

Manas Sood, Sports Editor

March 13, 2016

The musical Something Rotten! is a comedy that focuses on two brothers’ pursuit of a better production than Shakespeare’s, whose work is immensely popular at the time. No strangers to the Broadway scene, Christian Borle, w...

Student predicts next Oscar winners

Vivek Kasubaga, News Editor

March 13, 2016

The award show that everybody knows for not giving Leo an award, is back! Chris Rock will be hosting the Oscars on February 28, and the prestigious film ceremony has taken a few turns since its first introduction back in 1929....

Rapping from beyond the grave

Spencer Wilkins, Staff Writer

March 13, 2016

On February 13, 1996, the most influential rap album of all time hit the shelves. It was one of only seven hip-hop records to be RIAA certified diamond (selling 10,000,000 copies), and is still widely considered the crown jewel...

Baseman’s photos transcend identity

Ella Baseman, Contributing Writer

March 13, 2016

Gender identity is something that affects many young adults today. Currently, I am working on a photography project that focuses on this topic and consists of a series of interviews and portraits. In my project, I am featuring...

Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School
March Issue ’16