Individuality can have costs

EXAMINING THE COVID-19 PROTESTS AS AN ASIAN AMERICAN Art by Palina Kuzmina When health officials highly suggested wearing masks and when mask mandates later were put in place, I thought most Americans were going to comply. But, when I watched the daily news, I thought to myself  “Oh, what are these people protesting?” What, they…

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ASB candidates adjust to new digital campaigning format

Paly’s extended closure has caused ASB candidates to shift their campaigns online, racing to get ahead by the time voting closes at 4 p.m. today. As voting for Palo Alto High School’s Associated Student Body election reaches its end at 4 p.m. today, the curtain closes on the struggles of the candidates who have had…

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Corona Diaries | Day 9: Academic Integrity

On March 24, Gwyneth Wong expresses her concerns with academic integrity of the College Board’s proposal for at home AP testing and talks about online learning opportunities amid the closing of school. Video by Gwyneth Wong. Edited by Juliana Griswold.

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Social Justice Pathway Updates

PRACTICING POETS A Social Justice Pathway English 10-A class works on a poetry assignment. The students choose a social justice issue they are passionate about, write a poem from that perspective, then present the poems to the class. “It [Poetry slam] has the same tenants of revision [as the English classes not in the pathway]…

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