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Students return to class after 200s building smoke scare
Students return to class after 200s building smoke scare
Brennen Ho, Anna Feng, and Sophia Yang December 1, 2022
Students are back in classrooms following a smoke scare on the Palo Alto High School campus.
Breaking: Smoke reported in 200s building, students evacuated
Breaking: Smoke reported in 200s building, students evacuated
Brennen Ho and Jonathan Chen December 1, 2022
Firefighters are on Palo Alto High School’s campus after smoke was reported in the 200s building. Around 1 pm, students with classes in the 200s building were instructed to meet in the Peery Center instead. An announcement was made to the whole school, alerting students to evacuate the building, although, the school-wide fire alarm was not triggered.
Students watch the USA vs. Iran match on their computers in the library on Tuesday. [Photo: Lucianna Peralta]
USA vs. Iran World Cup match sparks student attention
Carissa Tsui and Lucianna Peralta November 30, 2022
The quadrennial World Cup never fails to draw in large numbers of eager spectators from all over the world, and there’s plenty of excitement and disinterest alike at Palo Alto High School for the USA’s first World Cup appearance in eight years.
Volunteers hand out apple and pumpkin pie to students during lunch on Friday on the Quad. Charu Gupta, president of the Palo Alto High School Parent Teacher Student Association, said she was determined to organize the Turkey Feast despite some difficulties. “Theres a shortage of supplies out there, but we really, really wanted to make this happen for our students,” Gupta said. “This is one of the most fun events I know — students and staff [will] all remember this.” (Photo: Jonathan Chen)
Eighteenth annual Turkey Feast this Friday
Payton Anderson and Leena Hussein November 17, 2022
With Thanksgiving approaching, Palo Alto High School’s 18th annual Turkey Feast will be held during an extended lunch on Friday at the Quad. 
Palo Alto High Schools Associated Student Body hosted the first ever Town Hall, an event where students had the opportunity to provide feedback to student representatives about different aspects of school life, from advisory curriculum to mental well-being. According to Seah, the diversity of the participants was crucial towards ensuring the quality of the discussions. “Even just having a good array [of participants] can help to represent students and bring really thoughtful feedback,” Seah said. “I think it will be super helpful in implementing the next steps, whether it be an advisory curriculum, the Wellness Center, or just general school [issues].” (Photo: Paly ASB Website)
ASB hosts first Town Hall
Anna Feng and Sophia Yang November 15, 2022
Organizers from the Associated Student Body are calling their first "Town Hall" event a success. The event, which took place Thursday in the Performing Arts Center, was designed to spark conversation regarding a wide range of topics at Palo Alto High School.
Boichik Bagels arrives at Town and Country
Boichik Bagels arrives at Town and Country
Carissa Tsui and Lucianna Peralta November 11, 2022
With everything from Eggything to Pumpernickel Raisin Swirl bagels on the menu, students can now drop by Boichick Bagels in Town and country anytime from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. to satisfy any sudden carbohydrate cravings.
The Palo Alto High School Vikings celebrate after their victory over the Seaside Spartans in the Central Coastal Section semifinal playoff game Friday night at Palo Alto High School. According to senior captain defensive lineman Vainga Mahe, the team looks forward to facing the Monterey Dores in the finals. Since day one of us being here, weve been aiming for a ring, Mahe said. Thats really just our mentality right now. Just getting past this final, getting past NorCal, going to states, getting a ring. [Photo: Leena Hussein]
Vikings head to CCS finals after dominant victory over Spartans
Benjamin Grimes, Leena Hussein, and Avi Srinivasan November 20, 2022
Vikings defeat Pirates in first football CCS playoff match
Vikings defeat Pirates in first football CCS playoff match
Ketan Altekar-Okazaki and Maxwell Zhang November 12, 2022
KPLY Quad Talk
38 in the garden is Frank Chis new documentary on basketball sensation Jeremy Lins Linsanity period. It primarily speaks about Lins growth in his career, but hits close to home with a vibrant representation for Asian Americans. (Photo: 38 at the Garden)
Column: Linsanity, not just a basketball phenomenon
Ashton Chow November 29, 2022
While former basketball sensation Jeremy Lin is not currently spinning around and performing 180 degree dunks anymore, his legacy will continue to last as a symbol of the long-forgotten notion that despite having all odds against you, anything is possible.
Editorial: Vote Dharap and Segal for school board
Editorial: Vote Dharap and Segal for school board
The Paly Voice Staff November 7, 2022
Another school board election, and another array of options. Still, the questions remain: Who should you vote for? Why should you care? 
Gavin Thomas (left), Jack Champlan (center), and Harvey Vostrejs (right) act out a scene from “Radium Girls” in Palo Alto High School’s Preforming Arts Center. Paly Theater is kicking off the first production of the season from Oct. 4 to Oct. 13, and Thomas said he is looking forward to putting on a drama based off of a real historical event. “This is a serious and dramatic show, which was a little new for everyone in the program,” Thomas said. “Its very dark and very real, and I think that really sets it apart from a lot of the shows that Paly Theatre has put on in the past.” (Photo: Paly Theater)
Preview: 'Radium Girls' opens tonight
Leena Hussein and Anna Feng November 4, 2022
In its first play of the year, the Palo Alto High School theater program is taking the stage with the historical drama “Radium Girls” from Nov. 4 to Nov. 13. 
Following her latest album, Folklore, in 2020, Taylor Swift released Midnights Friday at 12 a.m. and a bonus version Midnights (3 a.m. Edition) at 3 a.m. that same night. Midnights has a Different style than her earlier music, as it features an upbeat and fun set of 20 tracks. (Photo: Beth Garrabrant)
Album review: Taylor Swift's "Midnights"
Payton Anderson, Editor-In-Chief • October 28, 2022
"Midnights," Taylor Swift's 10th album, perfectly encapsulates the late-night thoughts that have kept us up until, well, midnight. Through her thought-provoking lyrics and catchy beats, "Midnights" is guaranteed to keep you wide awake well past when the clock strikes 12.
Kyle Vetter and Zachary Barnes, members of the band Pascal’s Triangle, perform at the Associated Student Body’s Spook-Side lands event hosted during lunch Thursday at Centennial Plaza. The group was formed the weekend before the event when Vetter asked Barnes to perform. Barnes said the community generated from events like Spook-Side lands is gratifying to witness. “I think its so singular that Paly has opportunities to do this,” Barnes said. “I think most people are kind of separated and see everybody mix it up with like productive ways to spend your time its really awesome.”
ASB to hold day two of Spook-Side Lands
Leena Hussein, Benjamin Grimes, and Avi Srinivasan October 26, 2022
With live music, snacks, and Halloween candy, students gathered at Palo Alto High School’s two-day event Spook-Side Lands during lunch Thursday on the Centennial Plaza.
Final rally closes out Spirit Week
Final rally closes out Spirit Week
Anna Feng and Sophia Yang October 1, 2022
With colorful floats and enthusiastic dances from each grade, the Palo Alto High School student body concluded the festivities of Spirit Week on Friday at Viking Stadium and is now focusing on tonight's Homecoming dance. 
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