News

Five students earn national Scholastic Award

May 23, 2014

Five Palo Alto High School students received national awards in the Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition on Mar. 24, with 36 students receiving recognition at the state...  Read More »

Senior Deck repainted with camo, vandalized

May 23, 2014

Palo Alto High School’s iconic Senior Deck has undergone a makeover after senior Hayley Tawzer spearheaded an effort to paint it as part of her “Twenty Percent Project”...  Read More »

University of California system accepts record number of out-of-state applicants

May 23, 2014

The University of California has accepted a record number of out-of-state and international students into its system in a time of lower acceptance rates, while in-state students...  Read More »

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Opinion

Elective requirement hinders choice in school curriculum

May 23, 2014

It’s that time of year again, the “I can’t believe I wasted an entire year in that class” and “I’m not taking another one of these classes again” attitudes begin...  Read More »

Traffic control must be added to the Churchill-Castilleja intersection

May 23, 2014

After an accident in the beginning of May involving a cyclist at the intersection of Churchill Avenue and Castilleja Avenue, the need for a comprehensive solution to the hazardous...  Read More »

Letter to the editors

May 23, 2014

Paly Editors, Thank you very much for your comprehensive article of April 25, “Running out of Time”. It captured well the current situation of the mobile home park...  Read More »

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Lifestyle

Alex Flatley: Fighting meningitis with the heart of a lion

What all began as typical flu-like symptoms soon turned into a defining episode in Alex Flatley’s life when a seemingly innocent headache and fever soon took a turn for...  Read More »

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A love letter to Paly

May 23, 2014

Dear Paly, It’s been four years since our romance took first hold. I had heard a lot about you before I first set eyes on you, so I had some preconceived notions about...  Read More »

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1 in 2000: Callie Walker

May 23, 2014

The Campanile: Do you prefer Callie or Mary Callaghan? Callie Walker: That’s a hard question… probably Callie. It’s a little less formal. But Mary...  Read More »

The gap year: an alternative post-high school option

May 23, 2014

As the majority of Palo Alto High School seniors graduate and continue on to college next year, a select few are choosing an alternate route: a gap year. According to the...  Read More »

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Sports

Pay Em

Pay Em

There are two things that really tick me off in college athletics: the NCAA and UCLA. The former is much easier to understand than the latter. My question that I will present...  Read More »

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FIFA World Cup 2014: The Campanile’s Predictions

May 23, 2014

With the 2014 World Cup less than a month away, national team managers must finalize their squads and finish their preparations for the tournament. Club seasons...  Read More »

The Golden State Warriors came back from a 27-point deficit against the Toronto Rapters, one of their biggest comebacks.

Golden State Warriors finish season with several notable accomplishments

May 23, 2014

As the National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs continue without the hometown Golden State Warriors, it is time to reflect on the past season. In a season of many...  Read More »

Mark Jackson, above, was let go from his position as the head coach of the Warriors a year earlier than his contract outlined.

Warriors replace Coach Mark Jackson

May 23, 2014

The Golden State Warriors parted ways with former coach Mark Jackson following a first round loss to the Los Angeles Clippers in the playoffs. Jackson compiled a 121-109...  Read More »

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