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Schoology: Homework, Grades and Blogs?

Schoology: Homework, Grades and Blogs?

Minnie Jellinek, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

It was fall 2019 when sophomore Alexander Svendsen-Conn discovered Schoology’s blogging feature.  “In ninth grade, mostly during English class, I would find myself messing around with the different...

Photo from Sasha Schoettler. Top row, left to right: Skylar Ball, Alexandra Schoettler, Adam Amster, Matthew Rayos. Second row,  left to right: Sophia Venderone, Bianca Cherry, Alexander Wyss, Brynn Green. Third row, left to right: Gabrielle Katz, Joey Chae, Shawna Ashley, Amelia Lessans. Bottom row, left to right: Micki Porcaro, David Pickard IV, Abram De Los Santos, Maya Millner.

Student Political Groups Remain Active Despite Pandemic Challenges

Elsa O'Donnell, Staff Writer March 26, 2021

In a time when politics have grown more polarized and issues have become divisive, Pali High students continue to participate in clubs and organizations to get involved in politics.  One such group...

Pali Community Sends Love to Bachrach After Injury

Pali Community Sends Love to Bachrach After Injury

Sierra Sugarman, Staff Writer March 23, 2021

After Pali Spanish teacher Laura Bachrach sustained injuries requiring 150 stitches in her mouth and face during a boating accident last month, the Pali community rallied to celebrate the contributions...

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...

A Virtual Struggle: Students New to Pali Adjust to eLearning

Jinheon Kim, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

The transition from middle school to high school is difficult for many students, who must adjust to being on a bigger campus, taking more challenging classes and sitting through longer lectures.  Paul...

Classified Workers Stand Strong in the Face of COVID-19 Threat

Classified Workers Stand Strong in the Face of COVID-19 Threat

Atticus Parker and Joey Chae February 23, 2021

When Pali campus aide Sean Brown’s sister was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer three years ago, the doctors said she had six months to live.  “Every time they counted her out and said,...

Drama Classes Continue Virtually

Drama Classes Continue Virtually

Sierra Sugarman, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

As students nationwide continue to face the challenges of remote learning, Pali’s Visual and Performing Arts Department (VAPA) has identified creative ways of providing enjoyment to the Pali community. “We...

P.E. in a Pandemic

P.E. in a Pandemic

Jacob Posner, Staff Writer February 11, 2021

In a year full of drastic change, Pali’s Physical Education (P.E.) department has shown its flexibility while creating engaging e-Learning assignments. Department chair Mike Voelkel aims to have online...

Drain Gang: An Innovative Trap Oddity

Drain Gang: An Innovative Trap Oddity

Luke Wiener and Aaron Sabeti December 17, 2020

What comes to mind when you think of a group that holds ritual gatherings, pulls members from the obscure fringes of society and boasts a fast-growing, cult-like following? A backwoods pagan religious...

ASB Adapts to a Virtual Setting

ASB Adapts to a Virtual Setting

Sierra Sugarman, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

In a world where Zoom has become the means of social connectivity and learning, the Associated Student Body (ASB) has taken on a new way of bringing together the student community.  After a switch...

The Future of Yearbooks

The Future of Yearbooks

Peyton Pollard, Staff Writer December 8, 2020

Student surveys, personal headshots, senior superlatives and spirit weeks — hundreds of memories compiled together into a paper-bound book creating a journal of students’ past year in high school. The...

Pali Thirst Project Co-Presidents Jenna Barad and Stella Becir meet virtually with Thirst Project Director of Student Activation Kellen Brewer

Club Plans Virtual Benefit Concert for Water Crisis

Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2020

An estimated 663 million people lack access to clean drinking water, a number that more than doubles the population of the United States. This was a fact unbeknownst to Jenna Barad and Stella Becir before...

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