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

No Longer the Sport of Kings

No Longer the Sport of Kings

While barriers to entry still exist, the elitist nature of surfing has become more accessible and diverse with the help of influential leaders and their organizations
Alexa Gwyn May 28, 2021
While barriers to entry still exist, the elitist nature of surfing has become more accessible and diverse with the help of influential leaders and their organizations
The 51%

The 51%

Women make up over half of the US population but only a fourth of Congress.
Women make up over half of the US population but only a fourth of Congress.
Going Public

Going Public

A deeper dive into the stories behind Palo Alto public art installations
Samantha Feldmeier, Audrey Guo, and Casey Walters February 26, 2021
A deeper dive into the stories behind Palo Alto public art installations
Art by Angela Bi

Eyes on US

All eyes are on America. Are we on our best behavior?
Sophia Baginskis, Emily Cheng, and Dunya Mostaghimi December 23, 2020
All eyes are on America. Are we on our best behavior?
Not Fade Away

Not Fade Away

Known as Deadheads, the Grateful Dead’s unique fan following has created an iconic legacy of arts, music and culture that lives on today.
Known as Deadheads, the Grateful Dead’s unique fan following has created an iconic legacy of arts, music and culture that lives on today.
Louder than Words

Louder than Words

Music and art are powerful forms of protest for marginalized groups and draw attention to social issues that are otherwise difficult to confront.
Music and art are powerful forms of protest for marginalized groups and draw attention to social issues that are otherwise difficult to confront.
Majority Rules

Majority Rules

Amidst an overwhelming liberal majority, the political landscape of Palo Alto High School rarely brings alternative views to light.
Amidst an overwhelming liberal majority, the political landscape of Palo Alto High School rarely brings alternative views to light.
Love Your Neighbor

Love Your Neighbor

As housing costs continue to soar, homelessness is a reality that a growing group of people in the Bay Area face. To properly address the issue, we must ask the right questions: who are the homeless, what is currently being done and most importantly, what is next?
As housing costs continue to soar, homelessness is a reality that a growing group of people in the Bay Area face. To properly address the issue, we must ask the right questions: who are the homeless, what is currently being done and most importantly, what is next?
The American Dream

The American Dream

The incredible stories of immigrants reflecting the array of “American Dreams” existing in the U.S. today
The incredible stories of immigrants reflecting the array of “American Dreams” existing in the U.S. today
This is Not a Drill

This is Not a Drill

The planet is burning, oceans are rising, animals are dying and our quality of life is deteriorating every day. This relentless destruction of the planet can only be stopped if humanity as a whole takes more conscious steps towards sustainability.
, Kimi Lillios, Ellie Rowell, Sukhman Sahota, and Ellie Rowell November 20, 2019
The planet is burning, oceans are rising, animals are dying and our quality of life is deteriorating every day. This relentless destruction of the planet can only be stopped if humanity as a whole takes more conscious steps towards sustainability.
Planting a New Narrative

Planting a New Narrative

Amidst the pressures of attending the high schools of Palo Alto, California, students’ true opinions on the rigorous environment are not adequately represented in media coverage. From on-campus wellness centers to mental health organizations and curricula, PAUSD is working hard to change the narrative. Only by highlighting these positive inner workings can the public truly acknowledge the community’s efforts to shed light upon these nationally known schools.
Amidst the pressures of attending the high schools of Palo Alto, California, students’ true opinions on the rigorous environment are not adequately represented in media coverage. From on-campus wellness centers to mental health organizations and curricula, PAUSD is working hard to change the narrative. Only by highlighting these positive inner workings can the public truly acknowledge the community’s efforts to shed light upon these nationally known schools.
So Long, Mom and Pop

So Long, Mom and Pop

The neon wired clock above a countertop lined with jars of candy welcomes customers into the Palo Alto Creamery, a restaurant known for its signature milkshakes and iconic old school diner ambiance. For...

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