On the anniversary of the 2016 Palo Alto Peace March, where hundreds of students marched to promote tolerance in response to the divisive 2016 election, two of its organizers reflect on their involvement, the current state of student activism, and the future of activism in Palo Alto.
The 45th president of the United States had a very busy first week in which he issued several executive orders reflective of his major campaign promises. Below is a list of some of the most noteworthy actions taken by President Donald J. Trump during his first week in the Oval Office.
In light of recent events many high school students have taken to the streets to protest and promote peace and unity among their peers. Read on to learn more about how local students have come together to organize their high school communities.
This year's presidential, state and city-wide elections came into full swing on Nov. 8. Explore each candidate's social media presence through this interactive collection, and read Palo Altans' stances on these issues.
Voters across the United States will be selecting their future president along with an array of local and state politicians today. Tune in to see The Paly Voice's liveblog of all local, state and national elections.
Clinton’s education plans, while flawed, provide much greater benefits to students and most Americans as a whole while Trump’s plans will degrade the public school system and have limited effects on most college students.