Palo Alto High School's Arts and Culture Magazine

C Magazine

Palo Alto High School's Arts and Culture Magazine

C Magazine

Palo Alto High School's Arts and Culture Magazine

C Magazine

Perspective

Perspective: The Reality of Growing up

Perspective: The Reality of Growing up

Coming to terms with the differences between growing up in the media versus real life
Eunchae Hong December 5, 2022
언니, اختي الكبيرا, 姐姐, Deirfiúr óg, Older sister

언니, اختي الكبيرا, 姐姐, Deirfiúr óg, Older sister

The various experiences of eldest immigrant daughters and how they have shaped their identities.
Perspective: A Fashion Crisis

Perspective: A Fashion Crisis

A reflection of my failure to be an environmentally responsible fashion consumer
Samantha Lee March 28, 2022
Hair or Nair

Hair or Nair

Breaking the body hair stigma
Olivia Hau March 11, 2022
Perspective: Real Asian

Perspective: “Real Asian”

The Model Minority Myth’s effect on the younger generation of Asian Americans
Eunchae Hong February 28, 2022
Art by Audrey Guo

Perspective: The Dying Art of Classical Music

Classical music's dwindling popularity with each generation
Eunice Cho February 1, 2022
Art by Julie Huang

Perspective: Self Checkout

Libraries represent more than the chance to check out a book
Julie Huang December 10, 2021
Art by Audrey Guo

Perspective: The Broken Glass Closet

Palo Alto’s academic pressure confines student exploration of sexuality
Mathew Signorello-Katz December 9, 2021
Art and photo by Kellyn Scheel

Perspective: Art or Crime

When does art cross the line?
Kellyn Scheel December 7, 2021
Perspective: Are You on the Bus?

Perspective: Are You on the Bus?

Reflecting on what my generation can take from counterculture groups and their fight for personal liberation
Brooke Glasson April 26, 2021
Perspective: Its Okay to Not Love Yourself

Perspective: It’s Okay to Not Love Yourself

Is self-love culture doing more harm than good?
Emily Cheng December 17, 2020
Perspective: Jewish(ish)

Perspective: Jewish(ish)

As the world around us has changed drastically and all aspects of our lives have moved online, what does that look like for religion and specifically Jewish holidays?
Libby Spier October 30, 2020
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