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

What to do with J.Crew?

Jacquelyn Hart, Copy Editor December 3, 2015

In May, The Wall Street Journal published an article titled “J.Crew, We’ve Grown Apart” outlining recent issues with the brand. The article noted that complaints had been made with regard to poor...

Album Review: Kamasi Washington’s The Epic

Peter Sanderson, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

Kamasi Washington’s The Epic is an epic indeed, composed of nearly three hours of pure jazz and instrumental- driven music led by the wizard Washington himself and backed by countless incredible musicians....

Student reviews “The Martian”

Cat Stephens, Contributing Writers December 3, 2015

After dragging my friends to the movie theater to see the newest flick about spaceships, astronauts, or aliens, I understand that space movies are not for everyone. The Martian, though, is not just a movie...

Kate Bennett, Staff Photographer

Artist of the Month: Jamie Maher

Cierra Moore, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

For senior Jamie Maher, art has always had a strong presence in her life. Growing up, she was surrounded by the artwork of her family members, leading to the development of her own interest in art. Now...

PDS alumnus Eleanor Oakes ‘03 to exhibit art in Anne Reid Gallery

Michelle Leung, Copy Editor December 3, 2015

Dust. Tiny particles accumulating in the corners of space. The physical remnants of a lingering past. For many, dust exists as an insignificant residue, present only to be swept away. But for artist Eleanor...

The concern for safety in high school sports gains national attention

Bridget Kane, Staff Writer December 3, 2015

As many high school teams came together this fall to support their football programs, there was, as usual, a very competitive and energetic atmosphere. This season has unfortunately also seen discussions...

Princeton Day School boys varsity hockey looks to a great season

Tyler Coffey, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

On Monday, November 9, 2015, the Princeton Day School boys varsity ice hockey team began its annual quest for a NJISAA Prep B State Championship and a stronger showing in the Mid-Atlantic Hockey League....

The downfall of Green Bay’s Eddie Lacy

Aiden Jones, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

In the NFL, good running backs are a dime a dozen. The veteran halfback market is minuscule since teams can pay the minimum rookie salary, or close to it, for a young pair of legs that can do just as good...

PDS senior encourages community to play Ultimate Frisbee

John Gudgel, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

The OG Gank, The Fosby Frontal, The Over-the-Shoulder Sling, and even the elusive Sewer Shot. These once nonexistent terms have found new meaning in a flurry of Frisbee that has swept the halls of PDS,...

The rise of daily fantasy gambling

Vivek Sharma, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

If you have been watching sports on the television lately, you have probably seen a commercial for Daily Fantasy Sports companies like DraftKings and FanDuel. These sites have attracted millions of customers....

Courtesy of Kevin Hagan

Athlete of the Month: Kevin Hagan

Jared Leveson, Contributing Writer December 3, 2015

Senior soccer standout Kevin Hagan’s dynamic and explosive style of play and leadership, as well as his love for the game have been evident throughout this season and years past. This has made him the...

How important are coaches to a team’s success?

Manas Sood, Sports Editor December 3, 2015

At the end of the 2014-2015 English Premier League Season, global powerhouse Chelsea was crowned the champions of England. Their outspoken manager, José Mourinho, was touted by fans and media as a brilliant...

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