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The Student News Site of Palo Alto High School

The Paly Voice

The Student News Site of Palo Alto High School

The Paly Voice

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Freshman Sophie Pan gets ready to spike the ball in the Vikings first home game against the Menlo Atherton Bears last Thursday night. The Vikings swept Menlo Atherton, 3-0, in a one-sided game. Head coach Chris Crader said the impact of the team’s cohesiveness during the match will help set them up for a successful season. “We have fantastic leadership, and I think that chemistry and team dynamics are going to be a strength for us,” Crader said. (Photo: Jonathan Chen)
Girls' volleyball beats Menlo Atherton in first home game
Avi Srinivasan and Jonathan Chen September 1, 2021
In a dominating performance, the Palo Alto High School varsity girl’s volleyball team crushed the Menlo-Atherton Bears, 3-0, during its first home game of the season last Thursday night.
ASB negotiating with admin to fund free menstrual products in campus bathrooms
ASB negotiating with admin to fund free menstrual products in campus bathrooms
Arohi Bhattacharya and Madison Abbassi February 5, 2021
Palo Alto High School’s Associated Student Body is in the final stages of being approved by admin for funds to implement free menstrual products in campus bathrooms starting August.
The next steps for Paly Robotics
The next steps for Paly Robotics
Arohi Bhattacharya, Senior Staff Writer • September 5, 2020
Like other clubs at Palo Alto High School, the Paly Robotics team was forced to shut down in-person meetings and activities when PAUSD schools closed mid-March due to COVID-19. But despite that experience, the team is focusing on positives, including the recruitment of new team members, the return of a longtime coach, and tournament rules that will allow reusing their award-winning robot from last year.
Austin bemoans wasted energy as Stanford drops GUP
Austin bemoans wasted energy as Stanford drops GUP
Ethan Hwang and Dylan Fu November 2, 2019
The superintendent of Palo Alto’s school district says he is disappointed by the loss of “invested time” as Stanford University on Friday pulled out of an enormous, multi-party development agreement that would have paid $138 million over 40 years for hundreds of new students to attend local schools.
A customer waits to order at the recently opened Blue Bottle Coffee shop at Stanford Shopping Center. Customer Gabbi Irwin says she thinks the location is convenient and plans to come frequently. “I really like the atmosphere of the place,” Irwin said. “It’s really nice.” Photo: Hallie Faust
Blue Bottle Coffee to hold Stanford community day Saturday
Sophia Krugler and Hallie Faust September 13, 2019
Blue Bottle Coffee's new Palo Alto location, which opened Aug. 30 at the Stanford Shopping Center, will host a grand opening Saturday.
Photo by Margaret Li
Students respond to controversial Nike ad
Gracia Hmelar, Managing Editor • September 25, 2018
New Nike ad starring Colin Kaepernick, spawns interest in Paly students.