The Paly Voice sat down with PAUSD Chief Technology Officer Ann Dunkin, nominated by the Obama Administration for a position in the Environmental Protection Agency, to talk about her nomination to office.
As a student, I always wonder about the past lives of teachers. Was Mrs. _____ a foreign pop-star in her twenties? Did Mr. _____ spend his teenage years fighting crime as a masked super-hero? And although most teachers may not be ex-lion tamers or assassins, it is very rarely that a teacher has absolutely nothing interesting in his or her past, and Kirk Hinton is no exception.
The fall semester of 2013-2014 is coming to a close, and before we move on into the new year, The Paly Voice would like to ask you to reflect upon these past five months. We want to remember the tradition and the change, and what these mean to Palo Alto High School. Before moving on into the new year, we present our lovely audience with this semester in a comprehensive review.
Palo Alto is such a quaint, friendly town that you’d think crime would be almost non-existent, and, seeing as Palo Alto is so incredibly bike-friendly, you’d think bike theft to be one of the least occurring crimes. Well, think again.