By Rhea Kohli and Yasmeen London Dear House of Representatives, We hope this letter finds you well. On behalf of the students across the nation, we are enraged. We […]
“It’s not something I’m opposed to…but please recognize that this is a bigger structural change that would need to go “up the flagpole”, so to speak” . This type of change, he emphasized, would need to be discussed with Ms. Cincotta, the principal at South, as well as Dr. Aderhold, the district superintendent. A change at this level might even require Board of Ed input. Dauber agreed to set up a meeting with Ms. Cincotta, and to help the student council set up a meeting with Dr. Aderhold himself.
Ananya Dondapati, Ria Prasad, Raunaq Nona Saharan, and Jack Carter The Knightly News Editorial Board Following a full school reopening for the first time since March of 2020, administrators have […]
By Olivia Silvester and Saranya Mandapaty, Staff Writers 101 years of establishment, 101 years of history, 101 years of underclassmen traditions. This is the Princeton Garden Theatre. What better to add to a historical town besides a historical theater? You may have heard of this establishment, and you’ve definitely seen it while walking around Princeton. The Princeton Garden Theatre was […]
Not only did the Marvel movie Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings display the talent of many Asian actors, the film’s soundtrack also highlights a handful of brilliant Asian musicians.
By Aryan Virmani, Staff Writer The RTX 3070 from Nvidia launched last year in October but it has been really hard to get your hands on it. The 3070 is […]
Anusha Bapat Opinion Editor I look to my right in the hallways of High School North at 7:15 in the morning and see the lost freshman attempting to find their […]
Newly passed Texas law S.B. 8 went into effect September 1, 2021—catapulting the United States into what may soon become a post-Roe world. Roe v. Wade, a case ironically stemming out of Texas in 1973, has guaranteed women the right to a safe and legal abortion for the past 48 years.
By Haaniyah Faisal, Staff Writer When people think of Simone Biles, winning 32 Olympic World Championship Medals is what comes to most people’s mind. What doesn’t come to our mind […]
By Kriti Devand Staff Writer All of the “coming soon” signs displaying the opening of the brand new bubble tea shop in the Plainsboro Plaza have finally come down. The […]
Madison Schechtman Staff Writer Finding yourself stuck in a whirlwind of affordable food options in the small college town has never been easier; the many small businesses as well as […]
By Abiha Rupani, Staff Writer Like most teens, season two of the cringe-worthy-but-enthralling comedy drama Never Have I Ever, created by comedic genius Mindy Kaling, had my eyes glued to […]
by Kealan Daly, Staff Writer Jason Sudekis’ impressive acting career has gone to another level. In August of 2020, Ted Lasso was released on Apple TV and had the whole […]
Perhaps we needed something of a break after two months back in person. Perhaps we did not want a reminder of those days when we wanted to break because the agony of the video call was becoming too much to bear. Regardless, the governor had made his decision — any school to be used for voting could go virtual on Election Day — and not only would the masks come off everyone’s faces, most of those faces would then disappear behind the cloak of the black box.
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