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Hands off Net Neutrality

On December 7, the Raging Grannies Action League and community members congregated beside Digital DNA, the egg-shaped fixture of Lytton Plaza, before taking to the streets, marching and singing to protect net neutrality and to “save the egg.” In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s impending repeal of Obama-era net neutrality protections, thousands of protesters demonstrated outside Verizon stores across the nation. Raging GranniesT-minus 30 minutes before the rally begins, Ragin

Thespian Club to host Play in a Day

After the last day of finals, Palo Alto High School’s Thespian Club will host Play in a Day, an annual event where students and alumni collaborate to write, blo...

Admin to consider Mastery Transcript

The Paly administration is expressing interest in the Mastery Transcript, a new transcript model already supported by many Bay Area private schools. Created...

Former U.S. ambassadors visit Paly

Former U.S. ambassadors to Afghanistan and Russia under the Obama administration visited Paly U.S. Foreign Policy classes in October to speak about developments...

Free speech panel celebrates activism

To mark the official opening of the Paly Journalism archives, Palo Alto High School will host a free speech panel during Flex on Tuesday, Nov. 28, in the Perfor...

District ups security after data breach

The Palo Alto Unified School District is working to improve data security after the Oct. 5 data breach. According to district Chief Technology Officer Derek ...

ASB plans to increase engagement

ASB aims to increase transparency and communication with the student body through upcoming winter events, a newly designed website and a revised constitution. ...