The Paly Voice

Clash of the Titans

January 18, 2005

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The Paly wrestling team suffered a defeat on Friday night against the Gunn Titans, who are undefeated this year in the lower division. The match kicked off at Gunn’s gym at 5:30 p.m. with junior varsity wrestling first....

Election results are in for ASB and class officers

January 13, 2005

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Just as most Paly students are preparing for the end of the semester, student government officers are already preparing for the next one. Students voted in the election for ASB and class officers in their history classes last...

Paly's much needed pool

January 12, 2005

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Broken tiles, rusted drains, and regularly murky water are a few of the problems with the Paly pool. However, Paly’s aquatic program and the physical education program won’t have to worry anymore; the new pool is on the way....

Possible Mountain Lion sighting in Palo Alto

January 12, 2005

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Palo Alto police officers are patrolling the area surrounding the 3100 block of Waverly, after a possible mountain lion sighting was reported this morning. According to a memo written by Carloyn Benfield for the Paly link, "the...

Adrian Bellomo wins ASB elections, Charles Vickery steps down

January 12, 2005

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The results from ballots collected last week to elect new ASB officers are in: senior Adrian Bellomo will be president, junior Anique Drumright will be vice president, and junior Faraz Jaffer will be secretary. Bellomo will take...

Paugh, Edwards beat Foug in record-breaking food drive

January 6, 2005

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Kaye Paugh's 4th period Film Comp. Lit class is celebrating a surprising victory over Steve Foug's three-year legacy in Palo Alto High School's Second Harvest food drive that exceeded all expectations, bringing in a record-breaking...

Food drive totals still to come

December 16, 2004

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Teachers and students waiting to see if their efforts to dethrone last year’s food drive champion, social studies teacher Steve Foug, will have to wait a little longer; Special Day Class teacher Marco Dondero, the event’s...

Locker vandalism breaks into Paly

December 6, 2004

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Palo Alto High School administrators are looking into new security measures for students' lockers after finding a hole in the wire cage surrounding the lockers, and the contents of lockers 603-658 strewn over the ground Sunday. Authorities...

National help hotline numbers

December 5, 2004

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National Hotline numbers (USA) Abuse (includes rape) National Domestic Violence Hotline — 1-800-799-SAFE — http://www.ndvh.org RAINN (Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network) Hotline — 1-800-656-HOPE — http://www.rainn.org Friends of Bat...

Downtown "Holiday Stroll" unites Palo Alto community

December 5, 2004

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The trees on University Avenue sparkled with lights as local musicians played familiar holiday tunes downtown Friday night. Families with strollers crowded the streets and teenagers socialized while waiting in long lines for apple...

Campus observes Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 18, 2004

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Throughout the week, handmade posters with graphic descriptions of murders and pictures of hate crime victims coated bulletin boards across the Paly campus. Students noticed the slogans "Stop the Violence" and "We’ll...

Paly teacher unhappy with Water Polo CCS game scheduling

November 15, 2004

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Paly English teacher Mike McNulty has written to Nancy Blaser, the CIF/Central Coast Section Commissioner, complaining about the scheduling of the CCS water polo championships. The letter is as follows: Nancy Lazenby Blaser, Co...