Society Skate Shop recently opened a store at Town and Country, selling skateboards, and watches, sweatshirts, and shoes. They hope that this shop will inspire more students to try skateboarding. Jake London, the manager of Society Skate Shop, said the shop is dedicated to inspiring more people to try skateboarding.
During her first Paly golf game as a freshman, senior Lauren Wagner topped the golf ball. Rolling only a couple feet, Wagner's thoughts were quickly clouded by the thought of her intimidating sophomore teammates and new coach. As she began sweating, she told herself that she was going to have to calm down. In fact, up until Wagner's sophomore year, she felt nervous in front of the rest of her team.
From her velvet lace-up heels to her retro looking stripped top purchased in Italy, Palo Alto High School sophomore Isabel Armstrong gives The Paly Voice a stylish outfit of the day. She proceeds to describe her love for vintage clothing and how she tries to keep her looks original. Watch the video to learn more about Armstrong and where to get the perfect black pants.
Since the Wellness Center was introduced onto Palo Alto High School’s campus two years ago, it has become an essential resource for many students, though many remain unaware of how helpful it can be. Two Wellness Center workers hope to raise awareness in the school community about the ways the Wellness Center can benefit students.