Volume 15, Issue 1

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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.
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I’m a He, Not a Question Mark

Additional Reporting by Alyssa Takahashi Editor’s Note: This story switches from using female pronouns to male pronouns for the main subject. The change is i...
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Keep On Truckin’

The parking lot of a car dealership may not seem like the most appealing place for a lunch crowd to congregate, but food trucks 3-3-3 and Mobowl give diversity ...
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Saturday school to make comeback

A new attendance policy will be implemented starting immediately, according to Palo Alto High School principal Kim Diorio. A policy was approved by the Paly ...

Taco Time

The booths at the far end of the restaurant encompassed by the kitchen and the front glass window. Tacolicious, located at 632 Emerson St in Palo Alto is kn...

We All Scream for Ice Cream

It's nearly 10 p.m. on a Friday night and I’m immersed in a mob of excited people surrounding Palo Alto’s next big thing: CREAM, a newly-opened walk-in restaurant dedicated to the creation of ice cream sandwiches to satisfy our sweet tooth. Expanding to Palo Alto this past summer, CREAM, which now has three locations and counting in California, was an instant hit. Who knew a tiny specialized Berkeley-originating restaurant could attract a two-hour-long line every night since its opening? I certainly didn’t.

Students seize summer opportunities

Summer opportunities can give students invaluable exposure to life and practical experiences. Students should take advantage of them whenever possible because t...