Car incidents arise in span of two days

Just days after a terrorist rammed into a busy New York bicycle path, killing eight people, Palo Alto High School students had their own close calls with rogue vehicles. In one incident, last Monday, an unident...
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Prisoners escape from local courthouse

Two inmates have evaded police custody after escaping the Santa Clara County Superior Court in Palo Alto on Nov. 6. Since then, two alleged accomplices have been found, but the inmates remain on the loose. The...
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Special education documents rescinded

Although the U.S. Department of Education recently rescinded 72 documents that protect the rights of disabled students, two special education teachers say Palo Alto High School is expected to continue to protec...

Bill provides free year of community college

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Oct. 13 that would provide a free year of full-time community college enrollment to California students, effective from the 2018-19 school year. Assembly Bill No. 19 (AB 19), ...

Club hosts first community service fair

For the first time, the Youth Community Service (YCS)-Interact Club hosted a Service Fair on the quad on Nov. 8. The event featured over a dozen different local service organizations, raffle games and prizes, ...

‘Heaven Can Wait’ ends successful run

Palo Alto High School’s Theatre program performed three showings of "Heaven Can Wait," which played on Friday, Nov. 3, Saturday, Nov. 4 and Sunday, Nov. 5, and the theatre program said it was a success. "Heave...
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ASB brainstorms future event ideas

After a successful homecoming week, the Associated Student Body (ASB) is already looking for ways to improve the Paly community. After Spirit Week, ASB has less on their plate, allowing them to plan ahead for f...