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Expulsions Suspended
Annika Chu, Staff Writer • May 20, 2024
California Senate Bill 274, which prohibits the suspension and expulsion of students from school in grades nine through 12 for willfully defiant behavior, goes into effect July 1.
Madrono distributes yearbooks outside the MAC to students
Madrono distributes yearbooks outside the MAC to students
Naveen Narayanaswami, Staff Writer • May 22, 2024

Madrono distributed yearbooks outside the Media Arts Center today during brunch for seniors and during lunch for all other grades. Senior...

SJP hosts Junk Kouture to showcase clothing made from recyclable materials
SJP hosts Junk Kouture to showcase clothing made from recyclable materials
Annika Chu and Amaya Bharadwaj May 21, 2024

Paly’s Social Justice Pathway hosted its Junk Kouture fashion show at the Haymarket Theatre on Monday. Participating students used recycled...

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Dear Christie: Advice from me to you
Dear Christie: Advice from me to you
Christie Hong, Editor-in-Chief • May 20, 2024
New generations pursue unconventional careers
New generations pursue unconventional careers
Cherianne Yoon, Staff Writer • May 20, 2024
New York Times games rise in popularity among students, building community
New York Times games rise in popularity among students, building community
Alec Bonnard, Lifestyle & Science/Tech Editor and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Manager • May 3, 2024
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PAEA teachers, staff rally over impasse with PAUSD at Board of Education meeting
PAEA teachers, staff rally over impasse with PAUSD at Board of Education meeting
Luca Vostrejs and Meryem Orazova April 23, 2024

Palo Alto Educators Association teachers and staff held a rally on Tuesday at the Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education meeting in response to an impasse blocking funding for teachers. According...

Students should take advantage of wide range of clubs, extracurriculars
Students should take advantage of wide range of clubs, extracurriculars
Olivia Atkinson, News & Opinion Editor • May 15, 2024

Wisps of gold and orange light paint the dark sky as trees sway with the soft breaths of wind. The crisp air so cold it nips at my checks and...

Colleges should continue the recruitment process for athletes
Colleges should continue the recruitment process for athletes
Amaya Bharadwaj, Staff Writer • May 11, 2024

Among the hundreds of thousands of people applying to colleges each year, many have an assumption that strong athletic abilities unfairly guarantee...

United Nations’ lack of power undercuts legislation
United Nations’ lack of power undercuts legislation
Holden Lee, Lifestyle & Science/Tech Editor • May 11, 2024

As the president of our school’s Model United Nations club, I present the UN as a bastion of international cooperation — the organization...

Embrace localized interpretations of cultural dishes
Embrace localized interpretations of cultural dishes
Lucas Yuan, Managing Editor • May 11, 2024

As the sun beams directly over the plaza, a group of rowdy teenage boys stroll down the sidewalk, discussing where to grab food after a hard-fought...

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Premature puberty can create challenges
Isabelle Carlsen, Staff Writer • May 20, 2024

Walking into Safeway, a Paly junior, who asked her name not be used because of the sensitivity of the topic, strides down the menstrual products...

Teens often base skincare routines on sponsored cosmetics for adults
Teens often base skincare routines on sponsored cosmetics for adults
Kate Xia, Lifestyle & Science/Tech Editor • May 14, 2024

A blurred version of herself clouded by steam stands in front of junior Pippa West as purple, yellow and blue bottles stare back at her. Looking...

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