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|Fall sports honored at banquet|
Peddie celebrated many achievements in five sports at its 17th annual Fall Athletic Banquet Thursday evening in the Caspersen Campus Center dining hall.
|"Wonderful Wednesdays" are back!|
Peddie students will enjoy an extra hour of sleep next Wednesday – a benefit that researchers say can help teenagers improve everything from their health and happiness to their concentration and creativity.
|Peddie Alumni Teach for America|
Several Peddie alumni are inspiring the next generation of students through their volunteering for Teach for America.
|Guest lecturers to visit Peddie |
Peddie School will host two speakers this week when a bestselling author and a filmmaker come to campus to discuss their work with students.
|A week of cultural entertainment|
Three arts events this week brought a plethora of music, visual creativity and theater to the community in the culminating events of the Fall term.
|Girls' soccer sweeps the MAPL, Blair retains the Cup|
On a pleasant autumn afternoon in Hightstown, the final count of the day for the Potter-Kelley Cup belonged to Blair Academy as the visitors collected six wins, five losses and two ties to capture the competition for the fourth straight year.
|Prepping for Blair Day: Final thoughts|
Check list: Banner ($12), Old Gold and Blue balloons ($5), commemorative jersey ($40), Falcon frank with blue Falconade ($4); monogrammed 150th Anniversary blanket, Peddie umbrella and reserved lounge-chair seat atop the banks of Shuman Football Field: Priceless
|Football wins in thriller over Lawrenceville, 13-12|
Junior quarterback Dominic Borelli scored twice and passed for 184 yards to lead the Falcons to an emotional 13-12 win over Lawrenceville on Saturday afternoon before an electric Parents Day crowd at Maurice P. Shuman Field.
It began with a thought back in May of 2011 – how can students and faculty members share their Peddie School experiences in their own words? The school had a web site with news stories, but this would be something different. Something less formal, and more personal. It turned out that the best solution was to create a blog. The description on the Peddie Voices blog says it all: “Peddie Voices
features first-person stories of Peddie adventures, academic and otherwise.”
|Peddie Falcons bring home a weekend of wins|
It was a great weekend in Peddie Athletics, with wins in girls’ tennis, boys’ soccer (against Union City High School), girls’ and boys’ cross country and football, and a tie in girls’ soccer (vs. Steinert).
|Honoring alumni art|
In celebration of Peddie School's 150th Anniversary, the Mariboe Gallery of the Swig Arts Center will feature throughout the school year the work of alumni artists from the last seven decades.
|Wall takes individual title|
Senior Liam Wall captured the boys' individual title and junior Colin Mulligan placed third individually to lead the Peddie boys' cross country team to a second-place finish at the season-opening Newark Academy Invitational on Saturday in Livingston.
|Swimmers set new standards|
Peddie swimmers Patrick Park ’14 and Josh Daniel ’14 broke New Jersey State and St. Lucia national records, respectively, last week at Speedo Junior Nationals in Irvine, Calif.
|Peddie finishes strong in 8th Annual NJ State Triathlon|
The Peddie community had an impact on the recent NJ State Triathlon, held in Mercer County Park on Saturday, July 20. Junior Zui Dighe , alumnus Brian de Leon ’10 and faculty members Madeline Cozine and Chris Bright competed in the race, which for the first time this year was designated the NJ State Triathlon Championship. The race also serves as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship.
|Domoracki named new Director of Athletics|
Peddie School has named Jim Domoracki as its new director of athletics, effective July 1, 2013. Mr. Domoracki succeeds interim director of athletics Marc Buchner '92, who will return to the math department.
|Peddie begins 150th|
Finimus pariter renovamusque labores – We finish our labors only to begin anew. Peddie School’s motto has perhaps never rung more true than it does today, as the school simultaneously commences its 150th anniversary year and welcomes its 16th Head of School.
|Peddie Sports Hall of Fame turns 25|
The Peddie Sports Hall of Fame celebrated 25 years of excellence with the 2013 Induction Class on Saturday, June 1, in the Annenberg Library.
|Assistant Head for Development Named|
Melissa von Stade, a highly skilled fundraising and communications professional, has been appointed assistant head of school for development at Peddie School.
|Peddie celebrates student success at commencement|
Demonstrating academic excellence and the spirit of community service, the Class of 2013 was recognized by Head of School John F. Green for its achievements during the school's 145th commencement exercises held Sunday morning under the large tent on center campus.
|Falcons win sportsmanship trophy again|
For the fourth consecutive year, Peddie School varsity athletic teams were selected as the best representations of sportsmanship amongst Mid-Atlantic Prep League.
|Falcon banquet celebrates athletes|
Peddie announced its team awards during its 16th annual Spring Sports Banquet held Monday evening at the Finn M.W. Caspersen Campus Center dining room.
|Seniors honored at Spring Music Concert|
Peddie School Music Department held its senior awards ceremony during the annual Spring Concert on Thursday evening, May 16, at Mount-Burke Theater.
|Theater class brings laughter to the stage|
Peddie Honors Theater Ensemble visited the local Grace Rogers Elementary School on Tuesday and presented two performances of “Little Red Riding Hood and the Power Mutants," bringing smiles and laughter to a captive audience.
|Golf duo signs letters of intent|
Peddie golfers Max Greyserman and Stefan Cygan have signed the dotted line and officially decided where they will play golf and continue their academic careers next fall.
|Morgan Spivey '14 recognized by Princeton Prize in Race Relations|
Junior Morgan Spivey was recently awarded a Certificate of Achievement by the Princeton Prize for Race Relations for her work in race relations at Peddie. Spivey, along with nine other area high school students in the Central/Southern New Jersey region, accepted the award at a reception held at Princeton University on May 7.
|Golf shoots record-low round to take Prep A title|
Senior Stefan Cygan shot a dominating 6-under par 66 to capture medalist honors at the NJISAA Prep A Tournament on Thursday and his Peddie teammates added solid rounds to card a four-player total of 286, cruising to a 19-stroke victory over runnerup Seton Hall Prep at the Peddie Golf Club.
|Sangu Delle '06 named Soros Fellow|
Sangu Delle ’06 has been awarded the prestigious Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. The two-year fellowship will allow Delle to study in a joint JD/MBA program at Harvard University in the fall.
|Softball wins state title in dramatic finish|
Junior Olivia Bundschuh delivered a two-out, two-run double in the sixth inning and freshman pitcher Carly Hattman came through in the clutch, leading the Falcons to a 5-3 victory over The Hun School yesterday to capture the NJISAA Prep A championship.
|Peddie junior noted for work on Princeton's "3-D printed ear" project |
EXP Science Program student Ziwen Jiang '14 has been noted for his integral contribution to the Princeton 3-D printed ear project in an article posted to Princeton University's website. Using 3-D printing tools, scientists at Princeton University have created a functional ear that can "hear" radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability.
|Golf captures Mercer County Tournament|
The Peddie golf team claimed its second consecutive Mercer County Tournament, and sophomore Kyle Sterbinsky won medalist honors in a playoff on Tuesday at Mercer Oaks West's par-72, 7,053-yard layout.
|A beautiful day to celebrate|
The sun was shining, the temps were in the cool 60s, and the grass was…GREEN! Students, parents, faculty, alumni and trustees gathered on center campus on a beautiful Saturday to toast Head of School John Green, who will be leaving Peddie at the end of this school year.
|Swing Against Cancer building momentum|
Spectacular weather, generous support and 17 teams combined to make the second annual Swing Against Cancer Golf Tournament a rousing success in an event hosted by the Peddie boys' and girls' teams on Saturday at the Peddie Golf Course.
|Greyserman and Sterbinsky selected to play at Junior Invitational|
Peddie School senior Max Greyserman and sophomore Kyle Sterbinsky will tee it up with some of the world's top junior boys as two of 54 selected for the third annual Junior Invitational golf tournament at the renowned Sage Valley Golf Club, on April 26-28 in Graniteville, S.C.
|Golfers against cancer|
The second annual Swing Against Cancer Peddie Golf Invitational will be held on Saturday, April 27 to benefit the American Cancer Society through its Coaches vs. Cancer program.
|Fall, winter all-academic MAPL teams announced|
The Peddie School athletic department announced its 2012-2013 Mid-Atlantic Prep League All-Academic selections for student-athletes who participated in a varsity fall and winter sport.
|Reeves speaking contest winners announced|
Senior Matthew Michaels earned first-place honors at the 109th annual J. Walter Reeves Speaking/Acting Contest in the Mount-Burke Theater for his original presentation entitled "The Comeback Kid."
|Athletes recognized at banquet|
The Peddie School athletic department honored the hard work and achievements of its student athletes at the 16th annual Winter Sports Banquet on Thursday night.
|Mariboe Gallery presents "Sustenance" by Andrew DeCaen|
The Mariboe Gallery at Peddie School is proud to present “Sustenance,” an installation and exhibition by Texas-based artist Andrew DeCaen. The exhibition will run from March 22 - April 17, 2013. There will be an opening reception and artist talk on the evening of Friday, March 22, from 6:30 – 8 pm. This event is free and open to the public.
|Oza wins state poetry competition|
Peddie junior Kavita Oza won the state finals of the 2013 "Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest" held March 15 at Richardson Auditorium on the campus of Princeton University.
|Malapit '13 commits to West Point|
Monica Malapit '13 formally signed a letter of appointment to attend and play Division I soccer for the United States Military Academy at West Point.
|Founders Day honors two of Peddie's finest|
The 118th annual Founders Day, honoring Peddie’s past leaders who left a lasting legacy of loyalty, integrity and vision, was held on February 15, 2013 in Ayer Memorial Chapel.
|Students participate in first interscholastic debate|
Peddie's speech and debate team recently participated in their first interscholastic debate at Lawrenceville School. According to Elias Gerasoulis '14, president of the speech and debate team, the first debate as a relative draw, and the second debate "was a clear-cut win for Peddie." Timothy Baxter '16 and Olivia Bundschuh '14 took on the China topic, and Joseph Werthan '16 and Benjamin Wagner '14 tackled the Citizens United debate.
|Park to attend elite-level camp|
Peddie junior Patrick Park has been chosen to attend USA Swimming's National Select Camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., Jan. 24-27.
|Peddie journalists take home awards|
Junior Ben Wagner, editor of The Peddie News' opinions section, captured third place in the Write-Off Contest sponsored by The Bergen Record at the Garden State Scholastic Press Association's Fall Press Day last month.
|Engaging in international politics|
Peddie students stepped into the shoes of diplomats at the annual YMCA Model United Nations Conference (MUN) held Jan. 4-6 in Hershey, Pa.