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  • Voice Q&A: Journalism teacher Wojcicki introduces new book

    The Paly Voice sat down with Palo Alto High School journalism teacher Esther Wojcicki to discuss her book “Moonshots in Education: Blended Learning in the Classroom.”

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  • Sushirrito is sushi-rrific

    Sushirrito opened in downtown Palo Alto last Saturday featuring fresh food on the go. Located at 448 University Ave., Sushirrito delivers a flavorful, giant sushi roll that needs to be tried.

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  • College Declassified: The Interview

    Your applications may be in, but there’s one more missing piece. Check out these pointers to help guide you through your upcoming college interviews.

    A water bottle and résumé are helpful items to to a college admissions interview. The interview is the only opportunity for applicants to meet with college representatives in person. Photo by Hannah Nguyen.
  • What to do during a storm at Paly

    A storm is set to begin later tonight and Palo Alto is currently on high wind warning, flash flood watch, and hazardous weather outlook. Here are some tips as to what to do during these times.

    Paly alumnus Jack Anderson goes puddle jumping during a storm in November 2012. While flood control at Paly has improved over the past two years, we do not recommend puddle jumping in severely affected areas. Photo by Keri Gee.
  • Pizzeria Delfina: A dining option for everyone

    Guest writer Tara Madhav shares her review of eating at trendy downtown restaurant Pizzeria Delfina.

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Pizzeria Delfina opened in Palo Alto in April 2014 and is considered a favorite by many local residents. Photo Courtesy of Eric Wolfinger.
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