Blog

Nov
09

Asian Representation in Princeton Public Schools

By all accounts, the Princeton Public Schools District is a very diverse place for students and staff alike. With an over 50% minority enrollment rate as well as a diverse

Aug
13

Student Advocacy

              This school year has held unprecedented difficulties and challenges for students and teachers alike. Students in particular have adjusted to numerous schedule changes while continuing to perform up to expectations.

May
16

On Racism in America

Originally written with Andrew Zhao, PHS ’23 for PHS Tower:   Derek Chauvin’s conviction on April 21st, and the subsequent passing of the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act in the Senate,

Apr
15

Interview with Mrs. Neena Patil

Civic leaders take many forms around the world. Some lead national or global social movements, inspiring millions with their work. Others legislate and adjudicate change, working within political and governmental

Apr
02

Addressing Problems as a Community

Addressing problems in society often involves coming together as a community. Finding this common ground to progress is crucially important in the development and growth of a society. On March

Feb
06

The First Step on our Journey

In my experience, building a community is a tricky thing. Oftentimes, it gets off to a shaky start, without direction or guidance. Many times, people fail to reach out, lacking confidence,