On Monday, December 5, students lit candles along the entrance to the Caspersen Student Center as part of a luminary ceremony to raise awareness for victims of domestic and sexual assault. The lighting also aimed to raise awareness of the services available within the greater Mercer County community... READ MORE »»
This winter, Peddie’s theater department will be presenting a production of the musical Les Misérables.
Originally based on the classic novel by Victor Hugo, the story takes place during the French Revolution and explores the heart-wrenching tales of the lower class of this time. The story shows... READ MORE »»
There has been new energy around Peddie track and wrestling as fall term concluded and winter term began anew.
What was not a very popular team in the past few years, wrestling had a record 38 people signed up.
Newly acquired assistant coach Francis DeLaurentis expressed much excitement about the te... READ MORE »»
On Oct. 27, Peddie opened The Government Inspector at the William Mount-Burke Theater.
The Government Inspector takes place in a tiny, unnamed Russian town where the corrupt officials, among them the Mayor Anton Antonovich (Nicholas Massenburg ’17), run amok. When they become aware of the presence of an... READ MORE »»
Despite their record of twelve losses and two wins, Girls Field Hockey is continuing to practice hard and stay positive as the athletes work towards their final game of the season against Blair Academy. When asked to reflect on the season as a whole, the girls shared that they believe that their record ... READ MORE »»
The students and faculty members of the Peddie community participated in numerous workshops in honor of Martin Luther King Day on January 16. The workshops, though varied in focus and activities, were intended to help students ... Read More »
Peddie Swimming successfully represented Peddie in three important meets this month after having to endure a tough training regimen, early morning practices, and long hours of traveling.
The team traveled to Connecticut early las... Read More »
On Monday, December 5, students lit candles along the entrance to the Caspersen Student Center as part of a luminary ceremony to raise awareness for victims of domestic and sexual assault. The lightin... Read More »
A boy has been working on a set of odd-numbered math problem, and he bites the end of his pencil. His friend walks by, peers over his shoulder, and says, "You're still working on that problem set?" The boy replies, "Yeah, I have been for the past ten minutes. I still can't figure it out." His friend says, "Well, I guess the odds are against you." (Submitted by Vivan Sun '18)