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Swimming races at CCS

In an impressive display, the boys and girls swim teams put on a show at the Central Coast Section (CCS) meet, placing the girls team in a position to win big at states. The boys team also hopes to do well at s...

Girls lacrosse looks for big win

As the girls lacrosse season comes to an end, the team is proud of its achievements despite having faced major obstacles. Throughout the season, girls lacrosse has faced a myriad of problems. First, their go...

Meme culture should moderate demeaning content

Earlier this semester, The Campanile published a spotlight on breaking Palo Alto’s ideological “bubble." But there is also an equally troubling problem which has received less attention: how do we break the bubble surrounding ourselves? The answer cannot be si...
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Weighted GPA saga comes to an end

Cries of elation filled a crowded room in the back of the District office as the Palo Alto Board of Education agreed to adopt weighted grades for all future students. The decision, seven months in the making...

The Campanile covers: Production

Production. A chaotic, frenzied, three day spurt of controlled procrastination. In three days we attempt to design our newspaper — a feat that takes other publications two weeks. This video shows what we enjoy about Paly journalism. Listen with headphones f...