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“Palo Alto” offers unconvincing, aimless portrayal of high school life
May 27, 2014 — by
It turns out the only thing that angers Palo Altans more than James Franco’s novel “Palo Alto” is Gia Coppola’s film adaptation of that book by the same name.
Paly struggling with waste disposal
May 20, 2014 — by
Although recycling, composting and landfill trash bins are available on campus, Paly is often failing to correctly sort its trash.
Speaker forum to honor retiring teacher Mike McNulty
May 14, 2014 — by
In honor of teacher Mike McNulty's retirement, Palo Alto High School will host its first annual Sports in American Life speakers forum from 1:50 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the new Media Arts Center.
Napa’s BottleRock music festival features big names
April 24, 2014 — by
With Coachella having finished up last weekend, and Outside Lands tickets almost completely sold out, the nearby BottleRock music festival is one of the last major in-state festivals of the season convenient for Palo Alto High School music lovers.
Construction continues, with several projects nearly finished
April 13, 2014 — by
Many small construction projects have been carried out over the course of Spring Break, while the new media arts and math buildings are nearing completion.
Liu wins ASB presidency amid higher turnout
April 6, 2014 — by
Palo Alto High School's student government officers for the 2014-2015 school year have been chosen in an Associated Student Body (ASB) election marked by the highest voter turnout in years.
Opinion: Google Fiber and you!
March 5, 2014 — by
Turns out Palo Alto won’t have to to rename itself “Google” to (maybe) get the coveted Google Fiber.
Review: “Nebraska” offers an absorbing journey into family life
March 1, 2014 — by
A slow-paced, black-and-white movie, set in the small towns of the Great Plains and filled with the elderly may seem to be as irrelevant to California high schoolers as a film can get. However, the central story of “Nebraska” – an uplifting tale of redeemed dignity, convincingly penned by Bob Nelson – is universal and appealing enough to be relatable to all.
School board to consider superintendent selection process today
February 25, 2014 — by
The Board of Education is set to discuss the selection of a search firm, which will aid in the process of choosing a candidate to replace retiring Superintendent Kevin Skelly, at its Tuesday meeting.
Freshman English delaning postponed
February 12, 2014 — by
As in past years, incoming freshmen will be able to choose between English 9 and English 9A for the 2014-2015 school year, following a decision by the Palo Alto High School administration to defer Board of Education consideration of a proposal placing all freshmen in English 9A.