NFTs: Art or fraud?

NFTs: Art or fraud?

Although lauded for its financial potential, the token is not without its caveats
Erin Kim
January 12, 2022
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The Beatles pictured in a Black and White photo. Photo by Iberia Airlines, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Getting Back to the Truth

How “The Beatles: Get Back,” challenges old, misogynistic claims about The Beatles’ break-up
Olga Muys, Staff Writer
December 14, 2021
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Students line up to get food at the Turkey Feast, Palys annual Thanksgiving celebration. There is a ton of weight and exercise talk around the holidays which can be hard for our patients with eating disorder. People talk about “burning off” calories, rather than looking at movement as something fun and pleasurable, said eating disorder specialist Wendy Sterling. Photo by Ashley Qiu.

Local eating disorder specialist gives advice for the holidays

Wendy Sterling, Bay Area nutritionist and sports dietician, explains how her patients deal with the winter season
Ash Mehta and Olga Muys
December 9, 2021
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Defending the dancers

Defending the dancers

Miscommunication or mistreatment?
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From top to bottom, left to right: Stamped by Jason Reynolds, Wordslut by Amanda Montell, Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich, and She Said by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey. Redraws by Arati Periyannan.

Bettering the world through books

Four activist books that will open your eyes to injustices
Maya Mukherjee, Staff Writer
December 3, 2021
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A Palo Alto school bus parked outside of Palo Alto High School. Photo by Daniel Garepis-Holland.

Trouble with transit

One teacher’s efforts to get Wi-Fi on the EPA buses
Ash Mehta and Daniel Garepis-Holland
December 3, 2021
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LaDonna Butler smiles for a photo outside of her office at Palo Alto High School. Photo by Daniel Garepis-Holland.

LaDonna Butler: Bringing New Perspective to Paly

A profile of new assistant principal Butler, the only administrator of color
Leena Hussein and Maya Mukherjee
October 11, 2021
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Four 2019 Paly students dress up for Salad Dressing Day. From left to right: Cowboys, Thousand Island, Sports Wear, and Togas. Photo by Ethan Chen.

ASB Revises Insensitive Spirit Week Theme

After calls from students to rethink the “Hawaiian Day” theme, ASB takes steps to make Spirit Week more inclusive
Ash Mehta, Managing Editor
October 11, 2021
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A collage of the books reviewed in this article. Art by Arati Periyannan.

Fairness in fantasy

Dive into these reads that will leave you thinking
Karrie Huang, Features Editor
June 1, 2021
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VAN VIEWPOINT. A bumper sticker that declares “Recall Gavin Newsom” is displayed on the van of a Palo High School student. Photo by Anya Lassila.

Recall Ruminations

Students’ opinions on the push to recall Governor Newsom
Gwyneth Wong and Anna Hickey
May 28, 2021
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CLEANING UP. Senior Jean-Pierre Mouloudj wipes down dumbbells at the Fremont Hills Country Club where he works as a cleaner and a receptionist on weekends. Photo by Tyler Wang.

Working during the Pandemic

Students' experiences to shifts in work protocols due to covid.
Jonan Pho and Tyler Wang
May 28, 2021
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2019 New York Pride parade attendees walk down the street waving rainbow flags. Photo by Ash Mehta

Pride after quarantine

How students and teachers celebrate the LGBT+ community this month.
Jonan Pho and Corie Jiang
May 25, 2021
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