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Zach Phillips, Design Director

September 25, 2018

In the past, only on rare occasions did public companies take stances on controversial issues. Why risk losing clientele, loyal customers who represent nearly every social and religious persuasion, to advance an opinion held by company? Is it appropriate for a company to have political views? Can th...

Staff View on the attendance at Paly sporting events

November 2, 2016

Over the past few years, the student sections of Paly home games have been slowly decreasing in size. Despite this, there has been peak of student attendance has been at home football games and basketball games against Gunn. At these events the crowd is crazy and you can feel the energy in the...

Staff vs. student basketball game ends in 22-14 blowout

Staff vs. student basketball game ends in 22-14 blowout

Garrett Reynolds, Staff Writer

January 17, 2014

On Thursday, during the winter rally, the staff dominated the students by a final score of 22-14. The low scoring basketball game was defined by turnovers and missed shots. One of the only bright spots of the game for the student team was the first quarter, in which the students outscored the staff ...

Viking Editor-in-chief wins 2013 Art Rosenbaum award

Viking Editor-in-chief wins 2013 Art Rosenbaum award

Julia Saul, Design Editor

September 9, 2013

Last Friday, Sept. 6th, Viking Editor-in-chief Josh Stern ('14) was presented with the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF) Art Rosenbaum Sports Writing Scholarship award at a San Francisco Giants pre-game ceremony at AT&T Park. Named after Art Rosenbaum, a San Francisco Chronicle editor and writer f...

Vikings silence the Los Gatos Wildcats in 25-7 blowout

Vikings silence the Los Gatos Wildcats in 25-7 blowout

Josh Stern, Staff Writer

October 19, 2012

With defensive-minded San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh in the stands, the Paly football team (5-2-0) romped rival Los Gatos (4-3-0) 25-7, behind a stout showing from its defense. The Vikings were the first to put points on the board when running back Matt Tolbert (’13) dashed down the side...

Pippa Raffel (Staff Writer)

October 5, 2012

Pippa is a junior at Paly and this her first year on The Viking. At Paly, she runs cross-country and track and field. In her free time, Pippa enjoys hanging out with friends and cheering on the San Francisco Giants.

The Viking’s Huang wins 2012 Art Rosenbaum Scholarship award

The Viking’s Huang wins 2012 Art Rosenbaum Scholarship award

Kevin Dukovic, Editor-in-Chief

August 6, 2012

Hilda Huang (‘13), The Viking sports magazine's business manager, won first place in the annual Art Rosenbaum Sports Writing Scholarship Awards for her story “Running After Dark,” which she wrote last fall about long distance running. Huang will accept the award along with a $2,500 check at a...

Middle school rivalries in Palo Alto

Anne Hildebrand

February 28, 2011

Jordan, Jane Lathrop Stanford and Terman. Most of us came from one of these middle schools. When we competed against each other then, the last thing on our minds was that these opponents would soon be our teammates. But now our time in middle school has come and gone, and the schools have combined...

Tiger Woods: Hero or Villain?

John Dickerson and Charlie Kelsey

February 28, 2011

Eldrick Tont Woods, more commonly known as ‘Tiger’, was, until Nov. 25 of last year, on top of the world. With 14 Professional Major Golf Championships under his belt, a feat that stands second only to Jack Nicklaus, and numerous other tournament wins to couple a myriad of golfing records, he ...

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