South Jersey Students Show Off Vocab Skills For New York Times Contest

The students at Friends School Mullica Hill fine-tuned their vocabulary and video skills to enter the New York Times’ Word of the Day contest.

This is the New York Times’ fourth year challenging teens 13 to 19 years old to create a 15-second video demonstrating one of the newspaper’s “words of the day.”

Eighth graders at Friends School Mullica Hill shot videos for words like colossus, inverse and cringe in an effort to win the 2017 title.

Entries for the contest can be submitted until February 28 at 7 am.

 

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