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Meat: minds or mores

Meat: minds or mores

Minnie Jellinek, Staff Writer January 15, 2021

As I contemplate the hypocrisy of people who judge certain cultures for their consumption of dogs, my labradoodle sits beside me, his head perched on my knee, and it’s as though he can see my thoughts....

Coronavirus and Chads

Coronavirus and Chads

Skylar Ball, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

The first thing that I notice on the first day back at in-person school — post-pandemic, of course — is the large number of kids wearing pajamas. As I trudge through a sea of children in onesies, trying...

Online School and the Honor Code

Online School and the Honor Code

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Copy Editor December 10, 2020

In the wake of the digital age, educators have become acquainted with the meteoric rise of virtual academic dishonesty due to ubiquitous internet access and cheating services such as Chegg and essaywriter.org....

How COVID-19 May Change Education Forever

A changing economy may open the door to trade schools
Paige Snepp, Opinion Editor June 1, 2020

Peering at the screen of their online class, high school upperclassmen may be struggling to picture what lies ahead. With no end to this pandemic in sight, these students’ futures seem hazier than ever....

The Upsides of Quarantine

Jack Jeffers, Staff Writer June 1, 2020

I’ll be the first to admit that being locked inside for months on end — especially during my last semester of high school — isn’t fun, to say the least. But that’s my reality now. The ongoing...

Don’t Put a Price Tag on Life

Don’t Put a Price Tag on Life

Human lives are more important than money, pandemic or not.
Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief May 10, 2020

There are about 330 million people living in the United States. With the alarmingly rapid spread of COVID-19, public health officials warn that this number will soon drop by 100,000 — at least. Parent,...

Lessons from Green Bubble Land

You can be my blue bubble boo, but I won’t be your blue bubble boy
Caleb Crain, Editor-in-Chief February 21, 2020

It’s the beginning of the school year and you’re sitting in math class. As the teacher takes roll, students pass around a sheet of paper, each adding their name and phone number before passing it on....

What Makes You Self-Made? That's the Billion Dollar Question

What Makes You Self-Made? That’s the Billion Dollar Question

Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2020

“I intend to make my own way in the world,” declared Jo March, portrayed by Saoirse Ronan in the latest film adaptation of literary classic “Little Women.” “No one makes their own way,”...

The Curious Incident of Autism in the Arts

The Curious Incident of Autism in the Arts

Paige Snepp, Opinion Editor January 29, 2020

Uh Oh. This was my initial reaction upon hearing the news that Pali’s next play would be an adaptation of Mark Haddon’s 2003 novel, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.” This...

Disney’s Empire Strikes Back

Disney’s Empire Strikes Back

Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2019

Luke and Leia, Iron Man and Captain America, Woody and Buzz, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. From a galaxy far, far away to superheroes, talking toys to princesses, Disney captures hearts around the...

Wrestling: A Personal Perspective

Wrestling: A Personal Perspective

Paige Snepp, Opinion Editor November 12, 2019

What is the first thing that comes to mind when a person hears the word wrestling? For some, it may be the image of John Cena body slamming some poor fellow to the soul-shaking sound of trumpets. For others,...

CHSPE is a Bad Idea for Most Students

CHSPE is a Bad Idea for Most Students

Caleb Crain, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2019

A few years ago, a former Pali student, who requested anonymity, started classes at Santa Monica College (SMC). But she never donned Pali’s cap and gown, walked the stage or accepted a diploma. Instead,...

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