Volume 19, Digital Issue

Science fair to take place late April

Palo Alto High School’s newly formed Science Fair Club makes its debut presenting student works to the public April 22 in the Peery Family Center and science cl...

From Fabric to Fashion

Maybe you’ve seen her around campus: the girl with the long black hair and the enviable collection of clothes reminiscent of those featured on the runway. That ...

A Taste of Palo Alto

  Despite its chilly temperature, the holiday season is all about warmth: fingers wrapped around a toasty mug of hot chocolate, the crackling of a newly...

Hands off Net Neutrality

On December 7, the Raging Grannies Action League and community members congregated beside Digital DNA, the egg-shaped fixture of Lytton Plaza, before taking to the streets, marching and singing to protect net neutrality and to “save the egg.” In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s impending repeal of Obama-era net neutrality protections, thousands of protesters demonstrated outside Verizon stores across the nation. Raging GranniesT-minus 30 minutes before the rally begins, Ragin