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Behind The Cover

Ellie Fitton and Natalie Schilling

December 18, 2018


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Oscars Band Tribute Band (OBTB)

Jack Callaghan

December 18, 2018


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The Very Last Vans Warped Tour

Gabe Cohen

December 17, 2018


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  Alright, guys. Get out your eyeliner and Fall Out Boy wristbands because the Warped Tour is coming to town. Yes, the holy Mecca of emo music, The Vans Warped Tour, is making its 24th trip around the country spreading screams and angst to hundreds of thousands of punkers and goth kids. But thi...

Roland Hu, 2020

Roland Hu, 2020

December 14, 2018


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Originally when I was in Chemistry Honors, I thought that chemistry was really horrible. But then I got to know my teacher a lot more and I was like 'dang, this subject is actually pretty cool!' I have to thank my teacher Ms. Szebert for making chemistry so fun for me. [I studied chemistry after scho...

Marcus Hong, 2019

Marcus Hong, 2019

December 14, 2018


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I work for Bay Area Kids Triathlon. I am the assistant race director there. Basically what we do is we host three events every year. It’s about half a day's work. Any kids from two-year-olds to sixteen-year-olds generally race with varying distances of triathlons. Basically, I walk around and talk to paren...

Alex Franklin, 2022

Alex Franklin, 2022

December 14, 2018


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I think volleyball is really cool because it’s one of the only sports I really like, and I’m super passionate about playing it in college. I really like watching it too. Seeing other people who are good at it too really motivates me to be better. Seeing how good people can get really motivates me to ...

Neil Kapoor, 2020

Neil Kapoor, 2020

December 14, 2018


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Well, you don’t necessarily know when a judge is unfair. Usually the entire time the judge just stares at you during the debate so you have no idea what they’re thinking. Sometimes, you can make assumptions, and those assumptions can guide you in how you can debate. So, if your judge was a middle-...

Daniel Nguyen, Math Teacher

Daniel Nguyen, Math Teacher

December 14, 2018


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There are two favorite soups that I waver between. There’s one called Bún bò Huế, and it’s a beef noodle soup with lemongrass and cuts of meat. The noodles are like rice noodles, but they’re thicker than pho noodles. So they’re round but not like udon thick. It’s super good. Super spicy. ...

Neive Wellington

December 14, 2018


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Outside of school you would most likely find Neive exploring the outdoors and looking for adventure in nature. She loves the amazing energy C Magazine has to offer, and joined the Magazine so she could learn more about design, and write about the things she's passionate about, such as art. ...

Thoughts of Tiny Tots

Thoughts of Tiny Tots

Ellen Chung, Claire Li, and Mahati Subramaniam

December 12, 2018


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Before you know it, you’ve transitioned from a preschooler to a high schooler. As you’ve grown up, your perspectives on certain things have changed drastically throughout elementary, middle and high school. As high schoolers, what we think of our classmates contrasts from what our middle and elementar...

Jessica Weiss

November 28, 2018


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Aside from it’s design, Jessica Weiss became a staff writer for C Magazine because of her strong interest in the journalism program.

Tyler Varner

November 28, 2018


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