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Annual glass art sale returns

Palo Alto High School will be having their annual Fiery Arts Winter Glass Sale on Friday Dec. 5th from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Saturday Dec. 6 from 11:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. The event will be held inside the To...
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Food for Thought program to be during finals

As the festivities of the winter holidays approach, so do the dreaded first semester finals. In attempts to muster the students’ high stress levels during this time, the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA...
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Youth organizations coordinate holiday clothes drives

The holiday seasons are a time of cheer and joy, a time when everyone should be comfortable and satisfied with their lives. However, celebration of the holidays does not come easy for every family. Families who are destitute and have low income jobs need help ...

1 in 2000: Roy Zawadzki

The Campanile: Do you even lift bro? Roy Zawadzki: Ehhh yeah I go four times a week. To the Y. TC: Why the Y? RZ: There are so many mirrors to show off my gains. TC: What advice would you give a first time ...
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Cool Winter Fashion Trends

Those freezing 60 degree Palo Alto winter days are around the corner, and The Campanile has got you prepped with a few trendy items to help you improve your winter wardrobe. If you are already trapped in the lull of bundling up in sweaters and hoodies and the ...

Elections yield new visions for Palo Alto

On Nov. 4, Palo Alto residents voted in favor of anti-development candidates for city council, individuals with backgrounds in Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) for school board and Measures B, C and D....