Volume 17, Issue 2

The Odyssey

Lights bounce off of an aquamarine blue backdrop as Palo Alto High School senior Ophir Sneh paces the length of the stage dressed as Odysseus. Behind him, paper...

Rising Rents

In a simple grey pullover and a bright striped long-sleeved  shirt, Dara’s animated facial expressions and wide smile draw people in. She rests her arms on the ...

Welcoming Wilson

After spending a summer moving with his family across the country from Waterford, Michigan, Palo Alto High School journalism teacher Brian Wilson came to teach ...

Success Is Not Always Spelled S-T-E-M

  Since I was in fourth grade I knew I wanted to be a Broadway actress. I had my whole life planned: I would live in New York and attend shows every eve...

The Palo Alto Mormon

  T he clock reads 6:40 a.m. The city is still asleep, but on Stanford Avenue the Latter Day Saints Institute is wide awake. Inside, eager teens g...