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  • Student speeches for 2015 Graduation

    The Paly Voice acquired three student Graduation speeches that were presented on June 3 for the Class of 2015 Graduation.

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  • Paly students win international math contest

    A team of four juniors in Advanced Placement BC Calculus are invited to Hong Kong in July for their success in the International Mathematical Modeling Challenge contest on Monday.

    Juniors Eric Foster, Andrew Lee, mathematics instructional supervisor Radu Toma, Kathryn Li and Allison Zhang (left to right) pose for a picture after winning the international Mathematical Modeling Challenge contest. The team and Mr. Toma are invited to Hong Kong in July to attend the awards ceremony. Photo by Daniel Li.
  • The speeches that didn’t make it, Class of 2015

    The Paly Voice acquired the speeches that were not chosen to be delivered at Graduation from their authors, with the authors’ consent to publish.

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  • Student pulls fire alarm, disrupts finals

    A Palo Alto High School student pulled the fire alarm at the end of brunch today, causing a delayed start for 4th Period finals, according to Assistant Principal Jerry Berkson.

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  • Tuesday Tunes: Luke Schroder

    For the final 2014-15 installment of Tuesday Tunes, The Paly Voice sat down with senior Luke Schroder and asked him to compile a list of some of his favorite songs.

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News

Student pulls fire alarm, disrupts finals

A Palo Alto High School student pulled the fire alarm at the end of brunch today, causing a delayed start for 4th Period finals, according to Assistant Principal Jerry Berkson.

Sports

Badminton places at CCS

Four members of the Palo Alto High School badminton team are celebrating their successes after an impressive performance at Central Coast Section playoffs.

Opinion

What to write in someone’s yearbook

Not knowing what to write in someone else’s yearbook can be stressful and even awkward. If you’re ever caught staring at a blank page tapping your pen, you are likely to be perceived as an apathetic human being. Here are some tricks to avoiding this dilemma.

Multimedia

Timeline: May 2015 News in Review

This is the fifth installment of the News in Review series, which summarizes the most important news stories and events from the month of May in a timeline format.

Features

The speeches that didn’t make it, Class of 2015

The Paly Voice acquired the speeches that were not chosen to be delivered at Graduation from their authors, with the authors’ consent to publish.

A & E

Tuesday Tunes: Luke Schroder

For the final 2014-15 installment of Tuesday Tunes, The Paly Voice sat down with senior Luke Schroder and asked him to compile a list of some of his favorite songs.