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Dolphins Make a Splash over the Summer

Pali High is home to over 3,000 students, so it comes as no surprise that their summer experiences were incredibly diverse. Students took advantage of their summers to pursue their interests and prepare...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, It Will Be OK to Say Gay

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, It Will Be OK to Say Gay

Arik Kraft, Staff Writer June 3, 2022

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis passed “Parental Rights in Education” bill, dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay Bill,” on March 28. After the bill was signed, controversy spread nationwide, and Pali was...

Pali Student’s Groundbreaking Research Alters Trajectory of Bioengineering Research

Pali Student’s Groundbreaking Research Alters Trajectory of Bioengineering Research

Dimitri Lykidis, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

Killing nearly 600,000 Americans in 2019, cancer is the most deadly human protein mutation disease, according to cancer.org. In an attempt to contribute to the scientific community’s efforts to combat...

Pali Students Launch Small Businesses that Share a Common Thread

Pali Students Launch Small Businesses that Share a Common Thread

Sofi Fischer, Features Editor February 25, 2022

Current fashion trends revolving around unique clothing and distinctive styles inspired some Pali students to launch small businesses. Having started projects in their free time during the pandemic, these...

MyAP or My Mental Health?

MyAP or My Mental Health?

Connor Rice, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

Among Pali’s extensive course offerings stand 22 Advancement Placement (AP) classes. These rigorous, fast-paced courses offer the 1,834 Pali students that take them, the opportunity to earn college credit,...

From left to right: Sadie Saban, Henry Mueller, Stella Becir. Photo by Alec Lam

EAST Class Empowers Students to Become Leaders

Sofi Fischer, Features Editor December 9, 2021

Twenty-two Pali students are attempting to make a positive impact on the environment by developing unique projects in the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) class, which is  taught by Advanced...

Thanks to Students, Pali’s Outdated Dress Code Gets a Makeover

Thanks to Students, Pali’s Outdated Dress Code Gets a Makeover

Minnie Jellinek, Copy Editor December 1, 2021

It was a gloomy, seemingly unremarkable Thursday when Pali Assistant Principal and Director of Discipline Russel Howard’s voice sounded through campus during second period. “Yes, there is a dress...

Jacob Herrera (right) rounding third base in a baseball game. Photo by Kayla Toossi

Pali Athletes Take Part in the College Recruitment Process

Spencer Jung, Copy Editor December 1, 2021

With 217 City Section titles, Pali is known for its long, dominant athletic history.  Given this reputation, it's no surprise that many Pali athletes are recruited by prestigious collegiate sports programs. One...

World Language Teachers Create a Welcoming, Supportive Environment

World Language Teachers Create a Welcoming, Supportive Environment

Dimitri Lykidis, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

As Pali transitions back to in-person learning, the World Language Department is making numerous changes to its curriculum and class structure. These shifts create an improved learning environment and...

For Some Sophomores, it May Feel Like Freshman Year

For Some Sophomores, it May Feel Like Freshman Year

Sofi Fischer, Features Editor October 23, 2021

After spending their entire freshman year in the eLearning format, Pali sophomores continue to adjust to their first year of high school on campus. Students have been forced to transition to seven-hour...

Bonin Drops Plans For Homeless Shelter at Will Rogers State Beach Parking Lot

Bonin Drops Plans For Homeless Shelter at Will Rogers State Beach Parking Lot

Emma Nakaoka, Opinion Editor October 20, 2021

We’ve all seen the “Stop Bonin” signs posted throughout Pacific Palisades. These local displays reflect the widespread uproar directed toward Councilmember Mike Bonin following his March 31 proposal...

Pali Seniors Announce College Commitments

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Editor-in-Chief of Special Assignments June 4, 2021

The college admissions process is a major part of any high school senior’s life, bringing feelings of stress and anxiety associated with the grueling process of completing applications and the seemingly...

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