C Magazine

Meet the Artists

Isabel Hadly and Rosa Schaefer Bastian

March 14, 2018


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C Magazine has been lucky enough to use the work of some of the most talented artists at Paly. The team of C Magazine illustrators includes five artists who contribute their skills to every issue. Each artist has their own personal style providing staff writers with a range of mediums and techniques...

The Art Behind the Screen

Angie Cummings, Grace Rowell, and Rosa Schaefer Bastian

January 26, 2018


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  The seats of the theater are filling up with rows of people glancing up at the large screen in front of them, ready to become captivated by someone else’s story. This feeling of being swept off your feet and immersed into a separate world is something that filmmakers work hard to achieve Cinem...

To Bead or Knot to Bead

Talia Stanley and Maddie Yen

January 26, 2018


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I have had store owners see me wearing my jewelry, buy it off me and offer to sell it in their stores,” 16-year-old Emily Wood said. Not only has this Paly junior found passion within her hobby of jewelry-making, but has also encountered success. Emily Wood has been making jewelry since she ...

All that Glitters is NOT Gold

Gabe Cohen

January 26, 2018


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The highest accolade that any actor or actress can receive is an Oscar. The award recognizes their outstanding performances and is given by an elite circle of well-respected members of the film industry. Logically, musical artists deserve a similar endowment to reward them for their work, right? The ...

IDEAL DESIGN

Leon Lau and Grace Rowell

January 26, 2018


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When approaching the building on 214 Homer Avenue, the words Palo Alto Bread are visible above the wide doors. While you may expect a whiff of freshly made dough as you walk through the entrance, the interior consists of loud music playing and aisles of Apple desktops. All previous assumptions made from...

Guide To Staying Woke

Darrow Hornik

January 26, 2018


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Selma Another one of Ava DuVernay’s award-winning films, Selma tells the story of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches for African-American voting rights. These marches were led and run by Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, James Bevel and Hosea Williams. Gut wrenching and emotional, Selma beg...

Queens of the Spotlight

Angie Cummings, Lara Nakamura, and Rosa Schaefer Bastian

January 18, 2018


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The room is in complete darkness. The sharp clicking of stilettos on the floor pierces the silence. All of a sudden, a bright spotlight snaps on and illuminates a figure on the stage. Applause rages out from the audience and fills the room. The figure turns, with a perfectly glammed up face of makeu...

Straight outta… Asia?

Hollie Chiao

January 18, 2018


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What comes to mind when you think of Asian rappers? Is it the dark, mumble rap of Rich Chigga, Keith Ape’s Korean screamo-esque ballads or Honey Cocaine’s traditional rap style reminiscent of Tyga’s prime? Whatever the thought may be, Asian rappers have always been tied to controversy and apprehens...

miserable.

Darrow Hornik

November 7, 2017


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miserable. i’m miserable. my stomach feels sick. there’s a pit. or a hole. there’s something that makes me short of breath. and hard of speaking. my eyes become damp. soon to be followed by tears. contain them. don’t let them fall. don’t let anyone know. you’re crying because ...

DOODLES

Mattie Orloff and Leon Lau

November 7, 2017


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As the school year begins, the margins of many Palo Alto High School students’ notebooks fill up quickly with sketches as the clock ticks through class. Many unconsciously pick up their pencils and begin to create their own style of doodling. Each individual has their own doodling preferences, wheth...

Pause, Play, Shuffle

Claire Moley and Alexis Pisco

November 7, 2017


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Leela Srinivasan Junior Leela Srinivasan’s generally listened to popular songs she had heard on the radio, until she started taking electric guitar lessons. When she began taking lessons three years ago, Srinivasan was exposed to a conglomerate of old school songs from the 80’s. “The songs they pi...

A New Type of Street Art

Lia Salvatierra, Grace Rowell, and Benjamin Rappeport

November 7, 2017


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Curious eyes widened and heads turned as surrounding students, startled and confused, watched two freshmen zoom past them on motorized desks, speeding off at 27 miles per hour. It was truly a sight to be seen. Nathan Kim and Peter Martin had been toiling away on their creations for months and it was fi...