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  • What the heck-a is DECA?

    This year, a new club has risen to prominence at Palo Alto High School: DECA. Despite the club’s success, quite a few Paly students are unaware of what the club is actually about. The Paly Voice gets the scoop.

    Paly DECA members pose for a picture at the Silicon Valley DECA regional competition. Photo by Alice Zhao
  • Newly added classes off to good start after semester

    The Paly Voice interviews teachers and students after the first semester of the newly installed Early Childhood Development and Nanotechnology courses.

    Left: Junior Yael Moskowitz engages with preschool student during the Early Childhood Development Class. Right: Students interact in lab during the Nanotechnology class. Photos by Wesley Woo.
  • 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.
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