Paly alumni host podcast aimed at young voters

    Two Palo Alto High School alumni who run a political podcast named Undecided California, which aims to inform young people about proposals and candidates on the California ballot in the coming June elections and onward, came to Paly last Thursday to speak about their experiences.

    A guide to day trips for spring break

    With spring break approaching, some are left with only a day or two between vacations, homework and extracurriculars, making it difficult to decide how to spend that time. Here are five ideas on how to make that spare time as fun as possible.

    Thespians head to annual state festival

    Thespian Troupe 909 this weekend will be participating in the California State Thespian Festival, where 21 students from Palo Alto High School will be competing with other registered Thespians Troupes for first place in a number of competitions from tech quizzes to group musicals.

    Jared Wulbrun: Boys’ basketball’s newest weapon

    A good amount of the students attending Palo Alto High School have lived in or around the city of Palo Alto for most of, if not all, their lives. For those who haven't, they know that transitioning to a new home can be tough. Having new teachers, making new friends, being in a new environment, and getting involved in new sports teams and school organizations can be a very difficult transition. Boys' basketball (19-3, 10-0) hosts one of these Palo Alto newcomers.
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