Freshman Darah Katz stands on the Quad along with other Palo Alto High School students on April 12 for the Day of (No) Silence event. “So I know, obviously, we live in a pretty great community,” Katz said. “Theres a lot of other places in the US where it’s a lot worse for LGBTQ people. Ive heard a lot of people here at Paly that use ‘gay’ as an insult and other similar things, and it makes me really uncomfortable.”
Day of (No) Silence raises awareness for LGBTQ+ community
April 16, 2024
Preparing the pantry
Preparing the pantry
April 16, 2024
Debbie Baldwin, president of the Sunnyvale Cupertino Cycling Club, talks with fellow cyclists at the Feb. 29 Caltrans community meeting about the El Camino Real bike lane project.
Pedaling for progress
April 16, 2024
Palo Alto High School alum and activist Eimi Okano reads through documents in her Palo Alto home. Okano championed  inclusivity in California textbooks, rallied for diversity in the workplace, and raised awareness around drug abuse.
Rewriting textbooks to represent students
April 16, 2024
Welcoming zero waste
Welcoming zero waste
April 16, 2024
Unseen Crisis
Unseen Crisis
April 16, 2024
Photo: Arjun Jindal
Goodbye and see you soon, Buena Vista
April 10, 2024
Art: Doreen Hou
Ticking mayor term
April 10, 2024
Tween Craze
Tween Craze
April 10, 2024
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