C Magazine

Prom 2020: What We Would’ve Worn

Ashley Guo | April 24, 2020

While there are the would’ves, could’ves, cancellations and uncertainties, prom is a significant high school experience that we don’t have to completely miss out on.

Misery Poker

Dunya Mostaghimi and Mahati Subramaniam | April 22, 2020

Humans love to compare, but when comparison turns into a competition of wagering your miseries, the game can never be won. Let the rounds begin!

Knock on Wood

Leslie Aboytes and Libby Spier | March 2, 2020

From lucky clothing to holding your breath in tunnels, many students have superstitions that may go undetected, but can dictate major parts of their lives.

An Escape From Reality

Kailee Correll and Lindsey McCormick | February 29, 2020

The science fiction genre rapidly increases in popularity every year. With more and more franchises being put into that category, we wonder why these imaginative worlds have been attractive to audiences for years.

Not So Stereotypical

Sukhman Sahota | February 29, 2020

Growing up in a world full of expectations, stereotypes and assumptions, I often found myself confused as to why I could not fit the mold so many people expected.

A Student’s Best Friend

Zander Darby and Callum Olsen | February 5, 2020

Within Paly’s high-pressure environment, students have found that service and therapy dogs help reduce stress and improve their overall mental health.


Kailee Correll and Karina Kadakia | January 9, 2020

Many schools enforce dress codes, claiming that revealing clothing distracts from student learning. After past incidents regarding student attire, progress has been made to ensure that clothing is an outlet for expression, not judgement.

Double Sided Thrillers

Faith Chow, Ashley Guo, and Claire Li | January 9, 2020

From tackling issues of race and social class to poverty and mental health, directors reveal deeper societal messages within recent movies such as "Joker," "Us "and "Parasite. ”