the Paly Voice

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  • The speeches that didn’t make it, Class of 2014

    The Paly Voice acquired the following speeches from their authors, who wrote the speeches with the intention of delivering them at graduation, but were not selected to present. Read on to view speeches from the Class of 2014 that could have been given.

    Students of the graduating class of 2014 toss their caps into the air after the graduation ceremony Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Molly Fogarty.
  • Where are they now: Henry Do Hyun Kwon

    Find out about a former Paly student’s life in South Korea.

    Henry Do Hyun Kwon takes a picture from his new home in South Korea. Photo by Henry Do Hyun Kwon.
  • Palo Alto Speech and Debate Camp makes changes

    In hopes of increasing awareness of the Palo Alto High School Speech and Debate Program, the organizer’s of Palo Alto Speech and Debate Camp have implemented various changes to the curriculum and structure of the camp.

    Caption: Previous counselor of Palo Alto Speech and Debate Camp senior Jared Filseth lectures to the speech section of the camp. The camp offers classes in public speaking, debate, impromptu speech and advanced Lincoln-Douglas style debate. Photo by Noa Braun.
  • Feature: The “shark fetus guy”

    While many students engage in more “normal” hobbies, sophomore Alex Rose finds gratification in collecting oddball trinkets and novelties.

    photos by bethany wong
  • Fun facts of future ASB officers

    Find out more about the 2014-15 ASB elected officers!

    2014-15 ASB elected officers.
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