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Seniors continue traditions

Every spring, anxious seniors wait to hear back from colleges they applied to several months prior. For some students, what seems like a prayer is answered as they receive the coveted admission to an elite sc...

“BET”: Underage Sports Betting

The Tom Brady jersey is on proud display and the trash talk has already started. It’s Feb. 3, 2019 —  the morning of Super Bowl LIII. Paly senior Albert, whose name has been changed to preserve his anonymity, e...

City Council drops from nine to seven members

The newest Palo Alto City Council was installed on Jan. 7, 2019, bringing into effect a 2014 voters decision to reduce the council from nine members to seven in hopes of increased council efficiency. The only ...

Inefficient schedule change system needs reform

For the first two weeks of school, the main office was a little short of a battlefield: long white tables blocked the entrance to the Guidance Department with several faculty members managing to hold down the o...
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OCR investigates Title IX violations

Staff from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) visited Palo Alto High School on March 29 to investigate a series of Title IX violations by the school administration. Palo Alto Unifi...