Young adults ought to be more involved in the voting process

When Palo Alto High School seniors turn 18, they enter the world of adulthood and are confronted by a myriad of new legal hazards and opportunities they were previously exempted from. These students must rapidly make up their minds as to which of these newly o...

1 in 2000: Mac Mansfield

In the spirit of full disclosure, this interview was conducted in full nudity in the Shvitz at the JCC. The Campanile: Ok Mac, let’s dive right in to this. Everyone is dying to know about your past loves. Mac Mansfield: Well, I love love first of all. My hea...

Summing up Europe

In the minds of most high school students, mathematics is commonly associated with mundane problem sets in a banal, antiquated textbook, filled with material that is largely inapplicable to everyday life. Ho...
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City council to vote on PAPD body cameras

The Palo Alto Police Department (PAPD) will equip 90 more police officers with body-mounted cameras if the 2016 Palo Alto city budget passes in June, ending the one-year pilot program and moving to advance this...

Apartment smoking ban fails to pass

After the vote on May 12 regarding a proposal to ban indoor smoking in multi-family complexes, the Palo Alto City Council decided to not extend the current smoking ban to apartments, but to instead include electronic cigarettes among those in existing bans. B...