Volume 15, Issue 2

10 Questions With Gabe Galang

Gabe's hair flys as he passionately plays his guitar. Outside of the band’s practice room, in the 300 building at Palo Alto High School, the sounds of drums...

Gott’s Roadside: Palo Alto’s American Classic

On Sept. 30, Gott's Roadside, a new burger joined from the renowned chain based in St. Helena, opened in Town and Country Village. The branch started out as a burger stand in St. Helena, California, and is now making its mark on Palo Alto. The Palo Alto branch is the restaurant’s fourth opening and signifies its branching out across the Bay Area. Unadorned and clean decoration marks Gott’s dedication to the simple pleasure of a good burger. There are no gimmicks, what you see is what you get, and despite its less than humble origins in the Napa Valley, Gott’s provides a decent take on the classic American burger. It is one of those rare finds that, while bland in some spots, has the potential to be a truly great burger joint with time and patience.
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MUN Club To Attend Stanford Conference

Palo Alto High School’s Model United Nations Club will attend the upcoming Stanford Model United Nations Conference on Nov. 15 at Stanford. According to Lesl...
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Our Newest New Yorker

Silvia Killingsworth managing editor of New Yorker Magazine and Palo Alto High Graduate class of 2003, says, “The only ‘job track’ I ever seriously considered w...

Paly Graduate Ari Taymor

Ari Taymor, Palo Alto high School Class of 2003 graduate, was voted both  “Most Dramatic” and “Biggest Gossip” by his classmates. Now you would be more likely...

Star of Jordan Middle School

Symbolic to many, Zimmerman's car found parked outside of Jordan Middle School tells the unspoken story of decades worth of hard work and dedication. Pa...