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Written by: Wayland Fong The school district has decided to suspend the annual football rivalry game between Palo Alto High School and Gunn High school for one year, according to Principal Katya Villalobos. This suspension would end a 48-year-old tradition between the two schools. As Palo Alto citizens, we know that it is important to [...]
Written by: Wayland Fong Senior Timmy Linetsky, also known as Bout Phase, is a professional DJ as well as a musician. His music is an old-school take on electronic music. Linetsky, who previously performed under the alias Underbelly, decided to change his stage name at the start of the year. “I had spent the past three [...]
Written by: Wayland Fong After the California congressional boundaries were amended, California Citizens Redistricting Commision (CCRC) made subtle changes to adjust to the new boundaries. The new boundaries were made to reflect the newly collected census data. The citizens’ commission, which was mandated by voters in 2008 through Proposition 11 (the Voters’ First Act) with [...]
Entering high school is one of the toughest challenges to face. Being a freshman automatically pushes you to the bottom of the food chain. Say goodbye to those days in eighth grade when as the top dog on campus. No longer can you walk with a head held high pretending as though you own the place. I know, because I recently spent a week on campus during my senior year pretending to be a freshman.
Science teacher Bakari Holmes, who taught physics, astronomy, Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Digital Electronics and the Robotics Team for five years is leaving Gunn for San Jose High School (SJHS).
Written by: Wayland Fong Construction workers are currently working on three construction projects: world language buildings, a gymnasium and new math and English buildings. The world language buildings will be located in the front of the school. Two new buildings connected by a canopy will house five classrooms, a kitchenette, a workroom, bathrooms and an [...]
Each English Language Learning (ELL) student has his or her own story, and although they have ended up in the same class, their journeys are anything but ordinary.
Some dads teach their sons how to play baseball, or how to approach girls, but my dad was different; he taught me how to save money. Even early on in my youth, my dad never hesitated to impart his wisdom when it came to money. When I was young, he used a light swat on [...]
When I was a kid, I thought I could do anything my heart desired. But there came a time when that enthusiasm waned, and I became just another high school student with a jaded view on the world.
Students discuss the dos and don’ts of being a healthy athlete.