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Theater Review: These Women Shine a Light on Workplace Hazards, Injustices

Theater Review: These Women Shine a Light on Workplace Hazards, Injustices

Casey Scaduto, Staff Writer November 29, 2022

Pali’s production of “These Shining Lives” opened many eyes in the audience to the mistreatment of women and their health in the 1930s workforce. Neglected and ignored, the women in this play lost...

As Midnight Drops, our Critics Rise to the Occasion

As Midnight Drops, our Critics Rise to the Occasion

Disclaimer: Each contributing writer is an invested fan of Taylor Swift. Therefore, bias is inherent to each review. Swift’s new record-breaking album, “Midnights,” released on Oct. 21, 2022,...

Theatre Review: “Mamma Mia!” Wows Audiences

Theatre Review: “Mamma Mia!” Wows Audiences

Coco Merritt, Sports Editor October 12, 2022

If you are looking for a trip to Greece and a classic ABBA musical masterpiece, look no further than Pali High’s fall production of “Mamma Mia!” With the book by Catherine Johnson and original...

It’s Time to Alter the Romanticized View of the Rom-Com

It’s Time to Alter the Romanticized View of the Rom-Com

Katia Stutz, Managing Editor October 10, 2022

The romantic comedy (rom-com) genre is well known for being the stereotypical post-break-up movie: the funny distraction teenage girls absorb while sitting on their couches, consuming large quantities...

Photo of Lila Allen. Photo by Bailee Isackson.

Two Pali Juniors Launch Literary Magazine

Bianca Cherry, Opinion Editor February 18, 2022

Compiling different artistic mediums ranging from poetry to short stories to photography, the Lades Literary Magazine debuted in print on the last day of the fall semester.   Juniors Lila Allen and...

When it Comes to Gender Stereotypes, Disney Really Needs To Let It Go.

When it Comes to Gender Stereotypes, Disney Really Needs To Let It Go.

Katia Stutz, Managing Editor November 9, 2021

Scarlett Johansson, who portrays Natasha Romanoff in many Marvel movies, recently sued Disney, alleging that her contract was breached. The movie Black Widow, which stars Johansson, was released in...

For Cultural Icon Disney, It’s Time to Recognize a Whole New World

For Cultural Icon Disney, It’s Time to Recognize a Whole New World

Katia Stutz, Managing Editor November 3, 2021

Disney’s most recent Marvel superhero movie, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, received roaring praise from viewers despite the fact that many across the globe were completely unaware of the...

Podcasts: The New Bedtime Story

Podcasts: The New Bedtime Story

Bianca Cherry, Opinion Editor November 3, 2021

Wandering through the halls of Pali, I find myself in a serious predicament—what do I listen to? Sure, I could tune into the fascinating conversations my peers partake in, or re-listen to that one playlist...

Pali Drama Shines at DTASC Festival

Pali Drama Shines at DTASC Festival

Minnie Jellinek, Copy Editor June 2, 2021

At this year’s Drama Teachers Association of Southern California (DTASC) spring Shakespeare festival, Pali students snagged five awards and two honorable mention titles across both acting and set design...

The Mariposa Zine Flutters in its Second Issue

The Mariposa Zine Flutters in its Second Issue

Minnie Jellinek, Copy Editor May 20, 2021

Zines — the lo-fi, do-it-yourself, self-published magazines that have been an avenue of creative expression for years — are increasingly moving away from print and toward social media. Now in 2021,...

Even During Virtual Learning, Acapali Finds Harmony

Sierra Sugarman, Editor-in-Chief May 20, 2021

Pali’s a cappella group, Acapali, has continued to sing and perform virtually over the past year with multiple in-person meetings. The group conducted auditions for the upcoming 2021-22 school year and...

Ethan Azaris The Persistence of Love

Pali Students Win Big in Congressional Art Competition

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Editor-in-Chief of Special Assignments April 15, 2021

At the seventh annual 33rd District Congressional Art Competition, Pali juniors Ethan Azari and Tierney Smith won first and third place, respectively. Azari’s piece titled “The Persistence of Love”...

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