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  • Deadline for dropping a class Oct. 9
  • Essay tutoring in Writing Center open during Tutorial, after school on Mondays and Wednesdays
  • Parking passes being sold to seniors in Auditor’s Office, enforcement begins Sept. 24
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  • Local nonprofit invites community to “step out of your world”

    The Global Lives Project, a San Francisco based nonprofit organization, will exhibit an interactive video display focused on broadening cross-cultural understanding and empathy during the week-long grand opening of the Palo Alto High School Media Arts Center starting Oct. 13.

    David Harris, Executive Director of Global Lives, explains the purpose of the Global Lives Project to Palo Alto High School staff at a faculty meeting. Starting Oct. 13, Global Lives will display a video exhibit in the Media Arts Center. The organization's motto is "step out of your world."
  • What’s in my bag: Dorothy Han

    The Paly Voice went around asking students what they have in their bag in order to find out more about who they are. This week we sat down with junior Dorothy Han.

    Dorothy Han
  • Football Recap: Vikings routed in second home game 35-7

    Despite starting a different quarterback, the Palo Alto High School football team (1-3, 0-0) was unable to snap out of a two-game scoring drought, falling to the Palma High School Chieftains (4-0, 0-0) 35-7 on Friday night.

    Members of the Palo Alto High School football team observe the game action from the home sideline. The Vikings lost their third straight game Friday night vs. Palma
  • Student journalists comment on J-day experience

    Student journalists at today’s Journalism Education Association of Northern California’s J-day journalism convention at Palo Alto High School’s Media Arts Center responded to The Paly Voice’s questions: What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen or heard here, and how will you apply what you’ve learned today to your publication?

    actual thinglink j-day featured image lol
  • Slideshow: JEANC J-day

    Around 250 high school student journalists and advisers from across the West Coast gathered at Palo Alto High School’s Media Arts Center for the Journalism Education Association of Northern California’s journalism day. Both students and advisers from multiple publications presented on different journalism-related topics.

    Palo Alto Weekly education reporter Elena Kadvany gives the J-day keynote on her experiences in the journalism world. Kadvany recently started a food blog and specializes in stories related to immigration and education. Photo by George Lu.

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Sports

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Opinion

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Multimedia

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Features

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A & E

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