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C Magazine Tries: ASMR

Jessica Weiss

December 18, 2018


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C Magazine’s Color of the Month

C Magazine’s Color of the Month

Lia Salvatierra and Grace Rowell

December 18, 2018


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C Magazine's ‘Color of the Month’ project, created by current Editors-in-chief Grace Rowell and Lia Salvatierra, invites the Paly community to share their experiences, memories and thoughts associated with a specific Pantone color that is curated by the staff. In efforts to eclipse the way in w...

Coffee and Art: Sue’s Gallery Cafe

Coffee and Art: Sue’s Gallery Cafe

Ellen Chung

December 17, 2018


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The bustling sound of people chattering wafts through the crisp winter air as I walked to the cafe’s door over browned leaves crunching beneath my feet. People sip coffee in front of their fluffy sweet pastries while excitedly conversing with one another. As I walk past the people sitting outside,...

Meet the Staff – Q&A

Chloe Laursen

December 16, 2018


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Kimi Lillios (sophomore) Q: What do you want people to know about you? ( hobbies, interests, etc.) A:  I am a part of the varsity volleyball program at Paly and play competitively year round. When I find time between practices and tournaments, I love to travel with my family or visit local ...

Humans of Paly

Humans of Paly

Ashley Guo and Sophie Jacob

December 14, 2018


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Unheard Gems: David Bowie’s Diamond Dogs

Unheard Gems: David Bowie’s Diamond Dogs

Theo Lim-Jisra, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


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  Diamond Dogs was David Bowie’s eighth studio album. Released in May 1974, Diamond Dogs is the beginning of David Bowie’s journey into different soundscapes and proves to be one of the first major changes his sound would undergo. Here, he ditches his old band, the Spiders From Mars, and begins to move in a direction ...

Reassess Your FootPRINT

Reassess Your FootPRINT

Lia Salvatierra

June 1, 2018


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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...

Slang: All Around the World

Slang: All Around the World

Sam Guernsey, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


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How has your family shaped you?

How has your family shaped you?

Lia Salvatierra and Ethan Nissim

May 5, 2017


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The Tone of Twins: Nissim’s Musical Roots By: Lia Salvatierra Ethan Nissim’s fingers confidently tread the golden keys of his saxophone as the melody spills through the bell of the instrument. Each key produces a colorful sound complimenting a track in the background, demonstrating the hours of pract...

HUMANS OF TOWN & COUNTRY

HUMANS OF TOWN & COUNTRY

Lhaga Dingpontsawa, Hollie Chiao

April 26, 2017


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“In high school I did football and track, but when you guys dress up on spirit week it’s different… It’s fun, especially with the stuff you guys come up with.” - Johnny Nevarez, Trader Joe’s “I really like decorating the rosettes, but my favorite one is the Fleur de Sel, the chocolate cu...