Free Wi-Fi program ends in East Palo Alto

In the near future, the non-profit organization Computers for Everyone (CFE) will shut down the free Wi-Fi from East Palo Alto, Calif. as well as the Belle Haven area of Menlo Park, Calif. in order to fund the ...

Computer science should count for language credit

We as students have always been encouraged to learn foreign languages as early as possible in order to retain the knowledge and culture of different countries. Now, we are required to take at least two years of...
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Letter to the editors

Dear Campanile editors, Only 3 slides in the entire orientation presentation focus on the CA public college system (community college, CSU, and UC); discussion of these slides and related handouts referenced to...
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Seven-period days harmful to learning and student well-being

The Palo Alto High School administration released a letter last week discussing ways it plans to reduce student stress, bringing up discussions regarding possibly eliminating, or at least applying homework policies to, the seven period Monday “C day” schedule....

Boys soccer defeated after initial winning streak

At 4:04 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 22, Palo Alto High School was second in the De Anza Division, below Homestead only on goal difference. At 5:45 p.m., the referee blew a penalty in Homestead’s favor. Homestead has...

Varsity girls soccer tied for first in their league

The Palo Alto High School girls soccer team remains tied for first place in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League (SCVAL) De Anza Division. Despite the team’s first loss this season to Santa Clara High School on Thursday, Jan. 15, the Lady Vikes came back st...

Wrestling prepares for final matches

After facing a successful duel against cross-town rival Henry M. Gunn High School, the Palo Alto High School boys wrestling team now only has two matches left in the season. The first one is against Wilcox Hig...