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Palo Alto considers parking measures

Downtown Palo Alto is known for its diverse assortment of restaurants, and retail stores, but as the area continues to attract more people, it is becoming increasingly characterized as a difficult place to find...
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Program introduces mental health services

On May 8, Palo Alto’s Children’s Health Council (CHC) will debut its newest branch, the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which will focus on aiding teenagers struggling with depression or anxiety. The IOP...
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Former Mexican President speaks in MAC

Former President of Mexico Vicente Fox visited Palo Alto High School on April 17 to share his insights with the Palo Alto community. Throughout the presentation, which was mainly comprised of a question-and-answer panel, Fox took a stance that revolved arou...

Eyes on State: CCS Champs

Fan Presence There are a few games a year which all spirited Paly students feel compelled to attend. Intense rivalries with cross town nemesis Henry M. Gunn High School and league competitions against Los Ga...
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Swimmers bounce back from Gunn defeat

Halfway through its 2017 campaign, the Palo Alto High School swim team is looking just as dominant as they hoped to be at the beginning of the season. The team has battled their way through the Santa Clara Val...

Meditation is a long-term solution for stress

It is widely known that students at Palo Alto High School suffer from stress and anxiety. Knowing that students are taking rigorous courses, managing countless of hours of homework every night while keeping up with extracurriculars, administration has tried th...
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Badminton recovering from a tough season

In 1886, Isaac Newton proposed the law of gravity: what goes up, must come down. By this definition, the Palo Alto High School badminton team defied this natural law. Unfortunately, the badminton team managed t...