Dear Annalise

DEAR ANNALISE: I feel like my friend group is really shallow and two-faced. I've started to notice it more recently, and I'm even become embarrassed to acknowledge them as my friends in class due to their ob...

Wellness Center hosts Unity Day

Bound together with orange shirts and pins, Palo Alto High School held its second annual Unity Day event on the quad on Oct. 26. Hosted by the Wellness Center along with the help of Camp Unity participants, Unity Day celebrates a spirit of acceptance and takes...

1 in 2000: Barry He

The Campanile: Hi Barry, how are you doing today? Barry He: Doing good. Better than you. TC: Good to know, how do feel about The Campanile doing this interview? BH: I think you guys are all weebs and i...

Special Education department overcomes stigma

There was a time when the term “retarded” was a slang word for idiocy and stupidity. Many would make fun of their friends for making an intellectual mistake or a simple trip over the sidewalk and say, “you’re retarded.” In many places it is still used in such ...

Todor Manchev’s American Dream

Tennis is played for a variety of reasons, including competition, relaxation, exercise or collegiate recruitment. But for Todor Manchev, Paly’s tennis coach and owner of Tennis Town and Country, the sport has g...

Quinceañeras: Transition to Womanhood

Similar to a Jewish Bat/Bar Mitzvah or a sweet sixteen, a Quinceañera marks the crucial turning point in a girl’s adolescence. When a Latina girl reaches 15, it is traditional to hold a Quinceañera to honor her progression into womanhood with a large and forma...