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The Case for an Open Internet at Pali

The Case for an Open Internet at Pali

Pali’s network restrictions are excessive and often puzzling. Why do we need them?
Caleb Crain, Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2019

Every day, thousands of Pali students arrive at school, scrolling through the social media app of their choice. Before arriving, most of these students can browse and chat however they please. However,...

Ryan Loyola

Mr. Wilkinson’s Contract and Walkout

Tommy Berman, Copy Editor April 24, 2019

Students staged a walkout during sixth period on April 3 to protest the administration’s decision not to renew the contract of Todd Wilkinson, an English teacher in his second year at Pali. Wilkinson,...

CupcakKe needs to be protected at all costs

CupcakKe needs to be protected at all costs

Atticus Parker, Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2019

CupcakKe is a national treasure, and we need to protect her. Chicago rapper Elizabeth Eden Harris, known professionally as “CupcakKe,” has surged into the spotlight in recent years, using clever...

Inconsistent Grading Policies at Pali

Dylan Tzung, Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2019

Teachers at Pali have the freedom to create grading policies specific to their own classes, and make independent decisions about what letter grades to give to each student. While certain grading policies...

BUSCEMI Drills

BUSCEMI Drills

Zade Mullin, Satire Editor January 29, 2019

Pali has long been attempting to find the perfect acronym to protect the students in its district. This acronym would remind students of the alarming scenarios they could face at school, and has finally...

“Bandersnatch”: Is Someone Controlling You?

Danica Yeh January 23, 2019

Already established with its unsettling social commentary, Netflix’s Black Mirror series owed viewers no more. However, in December, the writers introduced something new, something different, something...

Catcalling: A Guide to Flattering the Female Race

Catcalling: A Guide to Flattering the Female Race

Danica Yeh November 26, 2018

“It was objectification when I didn’t want it to be,” said senior Sammy Stahl in regards to catcalling. Ah. The sweet sound of 21st Century misogyny. Catcalling seems to be something that young...

Behind the Cross: The Stories of Pali’s Woolsey Fire Victims

Behind the Cross: The Stories of Pali’s Woolsey Fire Victims

Joe Meyerson, Editor in Chief November 15, 2018

As the Woolsey Fire burned in nearby Malibu, a Red Cross shelter was set up in Pali’s gym on Nov. 9. Those displaced by the fire were given supplies, shelter and whatever else they may have needed...

Pali's bus riders take their complaints to board meeting

Pali’s bus riders take their complaints to board meeting

Max Gray, News Editor October 30, 2018

At the Oct. 4 meeting of Pali’s Board of Trustees, 13 students who participate in Pali’s transportation program voiced their complaints with the current trends of schedule changes and rising costs....

These things really suck: The argument against plastic straws

Hannah Yick and Danica Yeh October 17, 2018

Recent debate over the use of plastic straws has caused an upstir about whether the environmentally driven movement to ban them is worth the cost of convenience. How much harm can a few plastic straws...

Remembering Mac Miller

Remembering Mac Miller

Joe Meyerson, Editor in Chief October 8, 2018

I pull over as soon as I hear. Lying weakly against the car door, I’m struck by an overwhelming need to call someone and weep. But I’m not strong enough for tears. In fact, I can’t even muster words. “Silence...

Pali issues new Chromebooks to meet growing student demand

Pali issues new Chromebooks to meet growing student demand

Caleb Crain, Editor-in-Chief October 8, 2018

In the first three weeks of the school year, Pali distributed approximately 800 chromebooks to students, even as criticism of the policy intensifies and the school considers alternatives to the laptops....

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