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Iconic Summer Breakup Bops

Iconic Summer Breakup Bops

By Allie Verdesca '18 Spring is my least favorite season. Allergies get worse and schedules get busier. What’s more, the weather has not been very cooperative in keeping me going throughout the school year. Especially with senioritis sinking in, I am finding it hard...

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Be that Dim Sum-body at Chengdu 1 Palace

Be that Dim Sum-body at Chengdu 1 Palace

By Felicia Ho '19 Feeling cranky after oversleeping on a beautiful Sunday morning? Looking for a great place to unwind and chat with friends and family? Tired of waiting as the minutes slowly tick by for only a bite-sized meal? Look no further than the dim sum at...

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Dear White People Offers Comedy and Criticism

Dear White People Offers Comedy and Criticism

By Alexis Elliot '18 Netflix boasts many originals and blockbusters. In the case of shows like Black Mirror and Narcos, viewers are given a taste of what they are about to watch, obviously, from the show or movie title. However, the show Dear White People is...

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Summer Never Looked So Good

Summer Never Looked So Good

By Kristine Fu '19 This past winter had such unpredictable weather changes that we were left confused as to whether we should grab our snowcoats or umbrellas. After what seemed to be an interminable winter, temperatures have finally started to rise. Spring fashion at...

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Love That Vintage Rock

Love That Vintage Rock

By Allie Verdesca '18 All right, raise your hand if you’ve had this experience. During a family car ride, your mom or dad would turn up the radio and sing along – a little too loudly – to the music they loved as a teenager: classic rock. Maybe it was Bruce...

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A Hot Spot for Hot Pot

A Hot Spot for Hot Pot

By Alyssa Chen (VI) V Yan Hot Pot: one of the joys of living anywhere near Parsippany, where this recently opened hot pot restaurant is located. For anyone searching for authentic Chinese hot pot, a great deal, and a fun group meal, I would highly recommend visiting...

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Karuppur: All Things Tech

Karuppur: All Things Tech

By Aneesh Karuppur '21 The start of the new year always marks the release of new tech. In this column, I will talk about the latest technology releases, products, and news. I will also report on updates in Pingry technology. What’s happening in the Student Technology...

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Black Panther Keeps Your Eyes on the Screen

Black Panther Keeps Your Eyes on the Screen

By Alexis Elliot '18 Black History Month is a time to learn, remember, and celebrate the past and present achievements of African-Americans. This year, Black History Month also included the debut of Black Panther, the highly anticipated Marvel film that ties together...

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Chung Dines on Chung Dam Dong

Chung Dines on Chung Dam Dong

By Ethan Chung '18 There are few things in which I have expertise, and Korean Barbeque is one of them. If you ever wish to experience some of the best Korean food—barbeque included—I, a Korean American well-versed in the world of Korean...

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Fu’s Winter Picks

Fu’s Winter Picks

By Kristine Fu '19 The start of the winter shopping holidays begins with Black Friday–a day when retailers hope to turn a profit and our animal instinct of consumerism is unleashed. This past Black Friday, out of all the clothing retailers in New York City, I found...

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The Pingry Palate: Chen Reviews Local Food

The Pingry Palate: Chen Reviews Local Food

By Alyssa Chen (VI) Delicious sandwiches and burgers, massive portions, and quirky décor can all be found at Burger/Que of Basking Ridge, a relatively new casual BBQ and burger spot located on King George Road, only ten minutes away from school. I had passed by...

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Verdesca’s Tunes: Listen and Learn

Verdesca’s Tunes: Listen and Learn

By Allie Verdesca (VI) Transitioning from summer to fall is tough. Having to balance a new schedule while also getting back into the swing of schoolwork makes it easy to get overloaded with new information. However, one of the benefits of this season of change is the...

read more
Elliot’s Take on Today’s TV

Elliot’s Take on Today’s TV

By Alexis Elliot '18 Shots fire out at a local gas station. The culprit? Up-and-coming rapper Paper Boi. Atlanta opens up with a scene that epitomizes the message of the show: minor mistakes cause major damage. Coming off the heels of an Emmy award, Atlanta is a show...

read more
Fu’s Favorites for Fall Fashion

Fu’s Favorites for Fall Fashion

By Kristine Fu '19 Although the summer season of sundresses and denim shorts has sadly ended, fall is the perfect season to mix and match your summer wardrobe with cozy sweaters and cardigans. With temperatures rising and falling from 50 to 75 degrees in a single...

read more
Iconic Summer Breakup Bops

Iconic Summer Breakup Bops

By Allie Verdesca '18 Spring is my least favorite season. Allergies get worse and schedules get busier. What’s more, the weather has not been very cooperative in keeping me going throughout the school year. Especially with senioritis sinking in, I am finding it hard...

read more
Be that Dim Sum-body at Chengdu 1 Palace

Be that Dim Sum-body at Chengdu 1 Palace

By Felicia Ho '19 Feeling cranky after oversleeping on a beautiful Sunday morning? Looking for a great place to unwind and chat with friends and family? Tired of waiting as the minutes slowly tick by for only a bite-sized meal? Look no further than the dim sum at...

read more
Dear White People Offers Comedy and Criticism

Dear White People Offers Comedy and Criticism

By Alexis Elliot '18 Netflix boasts many originals and blockbusters. In the case of shows like Black Mirror and Narcos, viewers are given a taste of what they are about to watch, obviously, from the show or movie title. However, the show Dear White People is...

read more
Summer Never Looked So Good

Summer Never Looked So Good

By Kristine Fu '19 This past winter had such unpredictable weather changes that we were left confused as to whether we should grab our snowcoats or umbrellas. After what seemed to be an interminable winter, temperatures have finally started to rise. Spring fashion at...

read more
Love That Vintage Rock

Love That Vintage Rock

By Allie Verdesca '18 All right, raise your hand if you’ve had this experience. During a family car ride, your mom or dad would turn up the radio and sing along – a little too loudly – to the music they loved as a teenager: classic rock. Maybe it was Bruce...

read more
A Hot Spot for Hot Pot

A Hot Spot for Hot Pot

By Alyssa Chen (VI) V Yan Hot Pot: one of the joys of living anywhere near Parsippany, where this recently opened hot pot restaurant is located. For anyone searching for authentic Chinese hot pot, a great deal, and a fun group meal, I would highly recommend visiting...

read more
Karuppur: All Things Tech

Karuppur: All Things Tech

By Aneesh Karuppur '21 The start of the new year always marks the release of new tech. In this column, I will talk about the latest technology releases, products, and news. I will also report on updates in Pingry technology. What’s happening in the Student Technology...

read more
Black Panther Keeps Your Eyes on the Screen

Black Panther Keeps Your Eyes on the Screen

By Alexis Elliot '18 Black History Month is a time to learn, remember, and celebrate the past and present achievements of African-Americans. This year, Black History Month also included the debut of Black Panther, the highly anticipated Marvel film that ties together...

read more
Chung Dines on Chung Dam Dong

Chung Dines on Chung Dam Dong

By Ethan Chung '18 There are few things in which I have expertise, and Korean Barbeque is one of them. If you ever wish to experience some of the best Korean food—barbeque included—I, a Korean American well-versed in the world of Korean...

read more
Fu’s Winter Picks

Fu’s Winter Picks

By Kristine Fu '19 The start of the winter shopping holidays begins with Black Friday–a day when retailers hope to turn a profit and our animal instinct of consumerism is unleashed. This past Black Friday, out of all the clothing retailers in New York City, I found...

read more
The Pingry Palate: Chen Reviews Local Food

The Pingry Palate: Chen Reviews Local Food

By Alyssa Chen (VI) Delicious sandwiches and burgers, massive portions, and quirky décor can all be found at Burger/Que of Basking Ridge, a relatively new casual BBQ and burger spot located on King George Road, only ten minutes away from school. I had passed by...

read more
Verdesca’s Tunes: Listen and Learn

Verdesca’s Tunes: Listen and Learn

By Allie Verdesca (VI) Transitioning from summer to fall is tough. Having to balance a new schedule while also getting back into the swing of schoolwork makes it easy to get overloaded with new information. However, one of the benefits of this season of change is the...

read more
Elliot’s Take on Today’s TV

Elliot’s Take on Today’s TV

By Alexis Elliot '18 Shots fire out at a local gas station. The culprit? Up-and-coming rapper Paper Boi. Atlanta opens up with a scene that epitomizes the message of the show: minor mistakes cause major damage. Coming off the heels of an Emmy award, Atlanta is a show...

read more
Fu’s Favorites for Fall Fashion

Fu’s Favorites for Fall Fashion

By Kristine Fu '19 Although the summer season of sundresses and denim shorts has sadly ended, fall is the perfect season to mix and match your summer wardrobe with cozy sweaters and cardigans. With temperatures rising and falling from 50 to 75 degrees in a single...

read more