the Paly Voice

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  • Alumnus helps develop phone case to deter sexual assault

    A former Palo Alto High School student is involved in the kickstarting of his company Lifeshel’s first product, Whistl: a smartphone case that aims to prevent sexual violence.

  • A first look inside Mitchell Park Library

    The Mitchell Park Library opened to the community for a sneak peek of the facilities on Saturday. In case you couldn’t make it, here’s a preview of whats to come in November.

  • Opinion: The Fault in Our Entertainment

    A summer blockbuster pioneers a new genre in mainstream entertainment. Read on to find out how the recent approach may be faulty.

  • Pool to close next school year

    Palo Alto High School’s plans to construct a $20 million athletics facility have created unforeseen obstacles that will cause the school’s pool to close for the entire 2014-2015 school year, according to a construction manager.

    The construction on Palo Alto High School's new athletic facility will interrupt the school's pool utilities, causing the pool to be closed for the 2014-2015 school year, according to bond manager Tom Hodges. The construction was initially supposed to leave the pool in operation. The facility's 14 month-long construction will begin in June. Image by Tolbert Design Architects.
  • Altercation heats up Spirit Week, leads to loss of points

    Tensions flared between classes on the second day of Spirit Week as a group of juniors caused damage to sophomore decorations and were involved in a physical altercation with two sophomores.

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