Archery: A sport for the body and mind

Overview Inhale. Take position. Release.       Exhale. 144 times. Sophomore Margaret Li shoots arrow after arrow at an archery tournament in Gilroy, Calif.; her victory here placed her as first in her divisio...
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‘Ready Player One’ disappoints

When a book is adapted to the big screen, the results are usually hit-or-miss. Either the movie accurately depicts the story from the book and is loved all (think “Harry Potter”), or the story is changed in numerous unnecessary and unappealing ways, and those ...

Theatre showcase honors graduates

The Senior Theatre Showcase aims to honor graduating thespians and highlight their experiences and accomplishments throughout their high school theatre career. Hosted by Paly juniors, the event features speeche...
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AAR presents student research

Presenting the culmination of a year’s worth of student work, the Advanced Authentic Research (AAR) program, a year-long course in which students research a topic of their choosing, is holding a showcase on May 18 in the Media Arts Center from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p...

Annual day of service event hosted by YCS day

In order to provide opportunities for student volunteers, Palo Alto’s Youth Community Service (YCS) Interact Club hosted service day on Monday, April 23, a designated Flex Day. The event was held from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. — though students were to report to Pal...

Tech-based pizza place

Amid the numerous RVs lined up on El Camino Real near the school, there is one truck that stands out above the other grey and brown vehicles: the red Zume Pizza truck. While this red truck may appear as anothe...