Dear Jamie

DEAR JAMIE: I have had trouble sticking to one friend group for a long period of time. Whenever I feel like I have a friend group and I feel comfortable where I am socially, I always quietly get pushed out w...
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Athlete of the Month

The Campanile: What is your event in badminton? Eric Chiang: Mens doubles and mixed doubles. TC: Who’s your partner? EC: Carissa “Shuttlecock Smasher” Zou and Flavia “Flavor” Stiglich. Both have been  valuable assets to the team. TC: What are your greatest...
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Teams on the move

With the recent relocation of the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL), the contentious process of team relocation in sports leagues has come to the public eye once more. Although only the Los...
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Dead and Company performs in the Bay

In the midst of a performance with his new group, Dead and Company, founding rhythm guitarist Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead had an out-of-body experience. “I looked over at John , and it was 20 years later,” Weir said about his vision. “And John was almost ...

Marvel revives Black Panther

Marvel Comics, the juggernaut (no pun intended) of the comic book world and its accompanying movie genre, renewed a 50 year-old series on April 6. “Black Panther #1” is the revamped version of the Black Panther...
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Eight windows broken in vandalism incident

On an unknown date over spring break, a group of teenagers entered the Palo Alto High School campus with a BB gun, which was used to break eight windows. The punishment for those responsible could be restitutioned, with the potentially consist of suspension o...
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Theatre prepares for end-of-year shows

As the school year comes to a close, the Palo Alto High School Theatre Department has been continuing to rehearse for One Acts and prepare for both the class and senior showcases. Each of the seven One Acts ty...