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Pali Students Win Big in Congressional Art Competition

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Copy Editor 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”...

Pali Stage Technician Builds for the Stars at the Grammys

Pali Stage Technician Builds for the Stars at the Grammys

Bianca Cherry, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

Pali stage technician Dean Wright worked as an assistant carpenter at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards last month, constructing sets for some of the biggest names in music. Hired by the school last December,...

Glasshouse Looking At The Glass Half Full After Year of COVID-19 Setbacks

Glasshouse Looking At The Glass Half Full After Year of COVID-19 Setbacks

Luke Wiener, Staff Writer March 23, 2021

Glasshouse, a local four-man alternative rock band, was on the rise last year. Five years after the group’s formation, they had developed a healthy touring schedule and name recognition within the Pali...

Instagram Memes Provide Comic Relief

Aaron Sabeti and Luke Wiener September 9, 2020

Instagram memes: the quintessential driving force that keeps society going. These memes appeal to Pali students because they poke fun at the specific problems familiar to many teenagers. Students enjoy...

Bangers For the End of the World

Luke Wiener and Aaron Sabeti May 10, 2020

We’ve all been stuck inside with nothing much to do for the past few months, and will continue to do the same for the foreseeable future. So if you’re sitting there all alone in your room, bored out...

Award Season Filled With Second-Rate Acceptance Speeches

Award Season Filled With Second-Rate Acceptance Speeches

Luke Wiener, Staff Writer March 2, 2020

It’s that time of year again. Grab some popcorn, get cozy on the couch and prepare for drawn-out, idealistic soapbox speeches. That’s right: It’s award season, baby! What began as a spirited celebration...

What If It Was You?

What If It Was You?

Lily Gong, Features Editor February 21, 2020

Netflix’s hit show “You” follows Joe Goldberg, a young, attractive New Yorker who manages a bookstore, helps neighborhood kids and commits the occasional murder. Its immense viewership is largely...

The Oscars' Diversity Crisis

The Oscars’ Diversity Crisis

Atticus Parker, Editor-in-Chief February 14, 2020

The nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards were released on Jan. 13 and controversy immediately ensued — only one person of color was nominated for an acting award and no women were nominated in the...

Unoriginality is Hollywood’s New Reality

Unoriginality is Hollywood’s New Reality

Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief November 12, 2019

Looking at a list of “movies coming soon to theaters near you,” one message becomes quite clear: Movie remakes are inescapable. In recent years, the number of remakes has multiplied at an alarming...

Netflix: The Great Exodus

Netflix: The Great Exodus

Streaming’s Shattered Stability
Lily Gong, Features Editor November 12, 2019

The hearty thump of your backpack echoes through your house as you return home from a long day of school. Exhausted, you throw your limp body onto your couch and pick up the TV remote. As you sluggishly...

Pali’s Student Unions Work to Preserve Cultural Identities

Pali’s Student Unions Work to Preserve Cultural Identities

Aaron Sabeti, Staff Writer October 4, 2019

A melting pot, a land of opportunity and a land of the free are all terms used to describe the United States of America. It earned these names for its diverse population and extensive civil rights. Pali,...

Taylor Swift: Lover or Hater?

Taylor Swift: Lover or Hater?

Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief October 4, 2019

“I’d be a fearless leader / I’d be an alpha type / When everyone believes ya / What’s that like?” In “The Man,” the fourth track on Taylor Swift’s new album, Lover, Swift compares male...

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