Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

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Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

The Spokesman

NFL Draft kicks off strong

Manas Sood, Sports Editor May 18, 2017

The first round of the 2017 NFL Draft featured several trades and a few surprising selections. The Cleveland Browns ended up with three first-round picks, and the Chicago Bears surprised most observers...

Possible Mayweather vs. McGregor fight leaves fans in anticipation

Rahul Bhandaru, Sports Associate May 18, 2017

Two of the most well-known fighters are back at it again on social media, as American boxer Floyd Mayweather takes on Irish mixed martial artist Conor McGregor, with rumors swirling about a possible mega...

Courtesy of Town Topics

Athlete of the Month: Will Brossman

Joseph Riley, Staff Writer May 18, 2017

The Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team has set a goal to match the success of last season, despite losing many starting seniors from the team last year. The current batch of seniors understand...

U.S. U-17 residency program disbanded

Manas Sood, Sports Editor May 18, 2017

January 17, 1999 was a historic day for America, as U.S. Soccer established a U-17 residency program that sought to improve America’s standing in the global soccer world. With a lack of professional...

Courtesy of Eamon Downey

PDS Model UN team brings home the win

Caroline Bernstein, Contributing Writer May 18, 2017

Over the past two years, the PDS Model UN team has become a national frontrunner on the high school circuit. This past year, the club competed at three conferences: RUMUN, at Rutgers University, ILMUNC,...

Courtesy of Catherine Laylin

Review of London Spring Break trip

Julia Chang, News Associate May 18, 2017

Spring Break is a beloved time for all students and faculty to have a few weeks to themselves to brush off the stress of the school year. Some members of the student body at Princeton Day School have taken...

Trump’s First 100 Days

Hadeel Eltayeb and Kate Bennett May 18, 2017

Andrew Jackson, U.S. president from 1829 to 1837, achieved incredible political success and embodied the ideal of the self-made American man. He represented the layman and advanced a message of solidarity...

Newest Disney film Moana makes a splash

Zoe Rivera, Staff Writer May 17, 2017

A film that depicts a picturesque, seashore landscape. A film that revolves around a complicated, enriching plot about self-identity and discovery while still managing to enthrall its viewers...

Latest men’s trends on the runway

Kali Radu, Arts Editor May 17, 2017

The end of spring break usually marks the beginning of our shift from scarves, hats, fuzzy sweaters, and Bean Boots, to shorts, tees, and Sperrys. As most of my previous articles have been targeted...

Courtesy of Matt Pilsner

Artist of the Month: Jaclyn Gary

Audrey Liang, Staff Writer May 17, 2017

Dance is a vital part of junior Jaclyn Gary’s life, and an essential part of her identity. “Emotionally, I just have a huge love for it. Like when I was younger I stopped [dancing] for a while and...

Nashleen Salazar, Staff Artist

Has the “Not My President” Movement Gone Too Far?

Nina Kanamaluru, Opinions Associate May 17, 2017

On November 9th, 2016, the future of America changed forever. This may sound like hyperbole, but that is by no means the case. When Donald Trump was elected to the office of President of the United States,...

Courtesy of Kate Bennett

WHIP: Tico’s Eatery and Juice Bar

Helen Mehreteab, Staff Writer May 17, 2017

Princeton is home to various restaurants, shops, and cafés, many of which are concentrated on the iconic Witherspoon Street. A minute’s walk from Small World Coffee, Olives, and Mamoun’s Falafel lies...

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