Friend or foe?

Friend or foe?

An interminority relationship complicated by misconceptions
Evelyn Zhang, Staff Writer
May 19, 2022
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Congressional candidate Ajwang Rading speaks to Palo Alto High School students Wednesday in the Media Arts Center. Rading said he believes in prioritizing the opinions of young people. “The world changes every single day, and its young people, they need to be on that cutting edge of the solutions, because I think they better understand the problems,” Rading said.

Ajwang Rading: Working to break incumbency

Congressional hopeful talks climate change, college debt, how students can get involved
Arati Periyannan and Maya Mukherjee
February 10, 2022
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Art by Xiaohan Li.

One fish, two fish, red fish, Blackfish

Another celebrity joins the list of people accused of Blackfishing — and it’s time to stop
Maya Mukherjee, Staff Writer
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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The Movement Behind A Shrinking Hashtag

The Movement Behind A Shrinking Hashtag

Student activists challenge the silent media on the Stop Asian Hate movement and persistent hate crimes. #StopAsianHate. What happens post-viral?
Payton Anderson, Staff Writer
October 7, 2021
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Faces of Us

My experiences as an Asian American.
Karlene Salas
May 25, 2021
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