Volume 14, Issue 2

The content from Volume 14, issue 2 was distributed Nov. 9, 2012.

Out of house but not home

Sally Cadigan, an IVSN volunteer, talks about Hotel de Zink while preparing food for the night’s guests. It is 9 p.m. on a Thursday night. Most places in Pa...
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An Eye for an Eye

Only a few days ago, the State of California voted on Prop. 34, and the future of the death penalty in California was decided. If the proposition has passed,...

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 ...

Transferring From Compton

CRAIG BARK: Craig Bark is now a Paly English teacher after working for 10 years in Eastern Los Angeles public schools NO MATTER WHO WALKS through that door, ...

Restoring Rainforests

Ana Sofía Wang and two girls from ASRI Kids bond while working to restore the environment. Ana Sofía Wang and a boy from a local Indonesian village explo...
Working backstage

Unusual classes at Paly

Sophomore Katherine Craig works hard in the theatre workshop in preparation for Paly’s fall play, “The Crucible.” Each year at the start of spring, Palo Alto...

Fall Recipes: Miniature Caramel Apples

These delicious caramel apples are easy to make and make a great party snack! Ingredients • 4-inch lollipop sticks • Melon baller • Granny Smith Apples...