The Peddie News

A Chapel Talk Sparks a Debate within the Community

May 25, 2014

Filed under Archives, News

By: Grace Gu ’16 Staff Writer A student chapel talk about the need to change the way people in the Peddie community look at individual unpopular opinions lingered in the classrooms, the dining hall and at meetings. In the ...

Poet Entertains Students

February 7, 2014

Filed under Archives, News

By Zoe Gilbard '14 Taylor Mali, a nationally recognized slam poet, teacher and voice actor, visited Peddie to run a poetry workshop and perform as a Saturday Night Activity on Jan. 11. Mali currently lives in New York, but sp...

Student-Faculty Game Results in an Exciting Night

January 15, 2014

Filed under Archives, News

By Cole Abbey Staff Writer Students played against teachers in the annual student-faculty basketball game on Dec. 12. It ended with a 70-60 victory by the faculty after some dominant game play and a number of interesting calls by...

Blair Day Brings out School Spirit and Long-Lasting Traditions

November 14, 2013

Filed under Archives, News

By Grace Gu ’16 Staff Writer The Potter-Kelly Cup symbolizes the 25 years of Blair Day and 110 year rivalry between Peddie and Blair. When Blair Day started in 1988 the Potter-Kelley Cup was named for F. Edward Potter Jr.,...

The Quinnstallation in Context

October 8, 2013

Filed under Archives, News

...

Students are Thankful Family and Friends are safe from Fire

October 5, 2013

Filed under Archives, News

Written by Grace Gu ‘16 Staff Writer Lauren Killan ’17 and Michael Spoltore ’16 are relieved that their families and friends from Seaside Heights and Seaside Park are safe after the large fire there on Sept. 12.  ...

The student news site of Peddie School
News