The Dungeon’s Year in Review
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The Dungeon’s Year in Review

2016: Year of the Blog “I derive immense pleasure from making high schoolers stand outside for a half hour or so.” -Whoever made those swatting calls “It’s been a pleasure doing business with you PHS.” -Customink “Let’s check to see if there’s a new Dungeon article today.” -Sadly misled readers “Phew, that was a close … Continue reading

Student Tries to Recall Any Meaningful Interaction with Classmate while Holding Yearbook
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Student Tries to Recall Any Meaningful Interaction with Classmate while Holding Yearbook

Senior Daniel Johnson found himself in a terrible predicament after being given classmate Katherine Melzer’s yearbook to sign. “I mean, I don’t even know her,” said Johnson, “Sure we know each other’s names but I don’t think I’ve ever had a conversation with her for more than 2 minutes.” As Johnson opened the yearbook his … Continue reading

Sad Senior Realizes Only Legacy Is Selfies Taken on Language Department iPads
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Sad Senior Realizes Only Legacy Is Selfies Taken on Language Department iPads

With only one full week left of school, seniors across PHS are thinking about both new beginnings and how far they’ve come over four years. Clubs, murals, and 2016 senior prank cards will be some of the legacies seniors leave behind, but unfortunately Princeton High will forget almost everything about its outgoing students. For most … Continue reading

The Tower Releases Annual Senior Proficiency Ratings
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The Tower Releases Annual Senior Proficiency Ratings

This past Friday, The Tower released its much anticipated senior proficiency rating in its final issue of the year. “This is a map where we group each student with the university they’re going to,” said the Editor-in-Chief. “This allows our readers to look up the students’ colleges and assess their knowledge, capabilities, IQ, and general worth. … Continue reading

PHS to Install Traffic Light to Reduce Hallway Congestion
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PHS to Install Traffic Light to Reduce Hallway Congestion

PHS announced today that the school would be installing a traffic light in the main intersection to help with the crowded hallways. When asked what prompted this addition, the administration claimed that they had received a complaint from an angry student describing their walk from each period as “Walmart on Black Friday” and comparing themselves … Continue reading