Jamie Allendorf

Sext and the Student

The age of technological development has drastically changed our society, and the average person's love life. The advent of the sext raises questions about trust and the issue of privacy.
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In this episode of J.A.W. (Jamie, Anand, and Will) we take a listen to the new Strypes debut album Snapshot.   J.A.W. reviews the second Mix-...
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The People’s Revolution

Living here in Palo Alto, we have the comfort of knowing that we can stay out past 7 p.m. without worrying for our life or being locked out of our home for the night. We can practice any religion we like without a threat of persecution. We don’t hear reports everyday about people being killed by our government.

Danger Language

Cardillo (Also known as DGA) aspires to be a music producer when he grows up, but he also performs as a rap artist. In less than five seconds, Ross Car...

Riekes Center Offers Community Learning

A boy prepares to throw a football on the basketball courts inside the center. A small group of boys crowds into the parking lot of the Riekes Center f...

A Community Within a Community

George Resendaz has lived in Buena Vista for the past six years and is currently a junior at Gunn High School. Along the narrow streets that circle the...

False Priority

PENNANT RACE: College applications can be extremely stressful, especially when they are completed in addition to school and outside activites. Why woul...

Can We Go Thrift Shopping?

SHOP TILL YOU DROP: Customers inside Wasteland in San Francisco’s Haight and Ashbury district sift through the many racks of both new and secondhand merchandise...

The British are Coming

British influence: Bands like The Beatles invaded our shores in the 1960s during the British Invasion. Today, One Direction is gaining popularity in the U.S. W...

Across the Lines

Carolyn recalls the first time she broke the law. She was in the third grade, sitting in the Walter Hays administration office, filling out paperwork with a ...