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Diversify

Jaime Furlong and Fiza Usman

September 21, 2018


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In today’s world, social progress is strategically influenced by major corporations to include branding as part of every movement. Whether it’s the Black Lives Matter movement or the MeToo campaign, companies alter themselves to utilize media momentum. Before early 2015, there was an absence of ...

The Heroes Back Home

Ellie Fitton, Jaime Furlong and Leon Lau

September 16, 2018


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A Daughter For many children whose parents serve in the military, intermittent time spent without their mothers and fathers is normal. During most of their childhood they are unable to register the gravity of their parent’s sacrifice because for them it is all they have ever known. This, however,...

Artificial Influencers

Lhaga Dingpontsawa and Hollie Chiao

September 16, 2018


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Traditionally, celebrities have struggled with what is made public and what is kept from fans or critics, whether it be their history, personal relationships or family. The status that celebrities hold and the sense of mystery that surrounds them provoke a burning curiosity for an inside look into the...

The Extreme Outdoors

Leon Lau, Claire Li and Benjamin Rapperport

September 16, 2018


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Oscar Scherer Oscar Scherer, a Paly senior, tosses a sleeping bag, sleeping pad, raingear, a supply of food and bear spray into his bag. This is all he needs for his next adventure — conquering the infamous Pacific Crest Trail. This hike stretches along the west coast from the south of Canada to...

Into a World of Color

Hannah Darby, Rebekah Limb and Ally Scheve

September 16, 2018


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Art by David Foster Our unique perception of every individual we encounter is a natural aspect of the human thought process. When meeting someone new, we may register their eye color, posture or tone of voice, often times developing judgements based on those observations. However, for Palo Alto...

Reassess Your FootPRINT

Reassess Your FootPRINT

Lia Salvatierra

June 1, 2018


Filed under Culture, Web Exclusive

Since we were young, the concept of excess paper usage has been villainized at the turn of every page due to its notorious association with environmental degradation. In the Silicon Valley, with access to innumerable digital alternatives, having the New York Times delivered to your house each Sunday has b...

The Extreme Outdoors

Text by Leon Lau, Claire Li and Benjamin Rapperport

May 7, 2018


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Oscar Scherer: Oscar Scherer, a Paly senior, tosses a sleeping bag, sleeping pad, raingear, a supply of food and bear spray into his bag. This is all he needs for his next adventure—conquering the infamous Pacific Crest Trail. This hike stretches along the west coast from the south of Canada to...

Call Me Rohingya

Hannah Darby and Lia Salvatierra

March 22, 2018


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Migrating from misery, thousands of individuals who seek refuge from persecution are facing a global absence of hospitality. These harrowing events experienced by the Rohingya in Burma no longer attract enough sympathy to be accommodated by neighboring countries, leaving them in a condition of internatio...

Cultural Confession

Hollie Chiao

March 22, 2018


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Staring at the seven race options on the Common Application, I can’t help but think of the online games where you can pick the player’s physical appearance. From what I’ve heard, a “transracial” person is someone who pretends to be of a different race. How easy is it to say you “identify...

Classroom Aides

Sam Guernsey and Alexis Pisco

March 22, 2018


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During school hours Kamal Vilms is a helper and a friend to students here on campus, but after school she is a yoga instructor for adults in need of relaxation. Teaching is in Ms.Vilms’ blood, but before her career in education she was a flight attendant. “I have really traveled an enormous a...

Feminist Fashion

Charlotte Amsbaugh, Angie Cummings, and Rosa Schaefer Bastian

March 22, 2018


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The American suffrage movement, where millions of women across the country campaigned for their right to vote, was a movement 100 years in the making. The early 20th century was widely known as “First Wave Feminism,” a term coined in the late 1960s. It focused on women’s legal issues with th...

Girls, Girls, Girls!

Ellen Chung and Mahati Subramaniam

March 22, 2018


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Since President Trump’s election last year, many women have opened up and told their personal stories regarding sexism and harassment. This has given strength to women across the globe, and the power to come forward and stand up for what they believe in. Movements such as #MeToo and the Women’...