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

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The New Era of Women’s College Basketball

Nandini Kolli, Print Sports Editor April 12, 2024

All-time NCAA leading women’s scorer: 3,527 points. All-time NCAA leading scorer: 3,650 points. These are the records that Caitlin Clark has broken during her senior year at the University of Iowa. She...

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Our 2023-24 Princeton Day Squash Team Makes History!

Harrison Bagga, News Section Editor April 12, 2024

The boys’ squash team, under the keen mentorship of Coaches Matt Trowbridge and Asad Khan, earned 5th place in Division II this year. Achieving this feat propelled them to the 21st spot in the country,...

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The End of This Year’s Fencing Season

Connor Lemole, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

At the beginning of the fencing season, with the amount of new faces joining the program and talented seniors leaving, it was questionable how good the fencing team would be. Despite these odds, Coach...

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Breaking the Ice: PDS Girls’ Hockey Team Triumphs in Librera Cup Championship

Sophie Yao, Associate April 4, 2024

The Princeton Day School Girls’ Ice Hockey Team experienced a remarkable season this year, ending with a significant victory against Morristown Beard School in the Librera Cup Championship on February...

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Independent Study: Not for The Faint of Heart

Simran Malik, Staff Writer April 4, 2024

PDS offers independent study athletic credits to students who are engaged in sports not offered at the school. Athletes are required to meet a minimum of 10 hours a week to qualify. Student’s progress...

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Fall Weekend 2023: a Success for PDS Athletics

Abby Leonardi, Online Staff Writer October 21, 2023

Princeton Day School’s Fall Weekend is a longstanding tradition celebrated year after year among PDS students, parents, and alumni. Continuing this legacy, attendees looked forward to the annual fun...

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PDS Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse: Continuing the Legacy

Charlotte Mullen, Online Staff Writer May 21, 2023

The PDS Varsity Girls’ lacrosse team continues to build on their legacy, consistently being a team to watch. The 2022 New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, Non-Public, Group B champions,...

March Madness (Artwork/Hannah Park 24)

March’s Big Dance: A Month of Basketball Miracles and Devastation

Andrew Thallemer, Online Staff Writer April 8, 2023

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball tournament, more commonly known as “March Madness,” is an annual single-elimination tournament composed of the best 64 teams in the country. There are four divisions...

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Introducing the Winter Track Club

Harrison Bagga, Print Staff Writer March 4, 2023

Did you know that PDS now has a Winter Track Club? Founded in the spring of 2022, numerous competitive athletes at PDS participate in the Spring Track program. However, many members expressed their wish...

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Chiefs vs Eagles: A Super Bowl for the Ages

Charlotte Mullen, Online Staff Writer February 28, 2023

On February 12, many members of the PDS community watched as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII with the close score of 38 to 35. After a controversial call against...

Girls Team after their historic victory (Photo/Arun Patel 24)

PDS Girls XC Makes History Winning Prep B Championship

Arun Patel, Print Copy Editor February 10, 2023

On November 1st 2022, PDS girls varsity cross country made history becoming the first team in school history to win the Prep B championship. While the win was certainly unexpected, it perfectly summarized...

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The Future of the College Football Playoff

Cyril Pandya, Print Sports Editor February 4, 2023

The College Football Playoff format has been a topic of heated discussion lately, with many analysts and fans calling for the number of teams to be expanded from four to twelve to increase competition....

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