the Paly Voice

Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA
Friday, December 2, 2016

Editor’s Pick

  • Paly then and now

    Below are comparisons of Paly’s campus and student body from the past to now, using pictures from old yearbooks.

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  • The aftermath of the election: Healing a divided country

    As an immigrant, there is always a feeling of exclusion between the country you are from and the one you live in. Our family’s relationship with these two sides of their identity is confusing, sometimes angry and filled with a constant struggle. Yet the day they cast their ballots, they felt unquestionably American, and for once there were no reservations attached to that feeling of patriotism.

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  • How Palo Alto voted in the 2016 election

    This infographic shows the margins that Palo Alto residents voted for Hillary Clinton, Vicki Veenker, Todd Collins, Jennifer DiBrienza, and Kamala Harris.

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  • Opinion: Should these state propositions pass?

    News Editors Aidan Maese-Czeropski and Adrienne Kwok share their opinions on the 2016 California state propositions.

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  • School board candidates vie for three opening seats

    With less than 40 days remaining until election day on Nov. 8, five candidates for the Palo Alto school board are campaigning in hopes of gaining one of the three opening seats.

    All five school board candidates pose for a photo together while preparing for the first forum of the 2016 election cycle. Photo: Zahra Muzaffar
  • Meet the new clubs on campus

    The Palo Alto High School Associated Student Body will host its first Club Day of the school year at lunch tomorrow on the Quad.

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