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

Culture

Paly YCS Members Mars Bau and Ines Legrand paint birdhouses for Animal Assisted Happiness.

The Gift of Giving

How can we give back to the community, especially during the holidays?
Brooke Threlkeld and Emma Turnbull January 7, 2022
Art by Palina Kuzmina

What Does Home Mean?

"Home" is a broad concept with specific meanings to individual people. What does home mean to you?
Eunice Cho and Ella Rosenblum January 7, 2022
Kenna Gallagher attempting a Backside Smith Grind. Photo courtesy of Kenna Gallagher.

Everyone Belongs at the Skatepark

The skate community is making strides to overcome its exclusive past
Jasmine Tabrizi and Jack Haney January 7, 2022
Photo courtesy of Palo Alto Historical Association Archives

Valley of Heart’s Delight

From apple orchards to Apple iPhones
Reya Hadaya, Julie Huang, and Jeremy Peng January 7, 2022
RepresentASIAN

RepresentASIAN

The evolution and effects of Asian representation in Hollywood
Aidan Do, Olivia Hau, and Milena Rodriguez December 7, 2021
Debate Like a Savage

Debate Like a Savage

In the competitive academic setting of high school debate, female competitors experience sexism and learn how to overcome barriers with the support of their coach
Milena Rodriguez and Ella Rosenblum November 2, 2021
Making Market Memories

Making Market Memories

A fun way to get your fresh foods and a taste of Palo Alto culture
Anna Markesky and Casey Walters November 2, 2021
Featured Image by Kellyn Scheel

Staying In, Coming Out

Insight into the evolution of youth queer identities over the course of the pandemic
Jeremy Peng and Mathew Signorello-Katz November 2, 2021
Photo by Jack Haney

“Boys Will Be Boys”

What to wear; which sport to play; when to cry; who to date. At what point does toxic masculinity take over?
Jack Haney and McKenna Rausch November 2, 2021
Farm to Community

Farm to Community

How the pandemic reinvented the way we buy groceries
Audrey Guo, Emily Cheng, and Bridget Packer May 29, 2021
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
High Speed Hobbies

High Speed Hobbies

Each type of car has a unique history and subculture, which many in Palo Alto adore
Brooke Glasson, Jack Haney, and Marilyn Yin April 22, 2021
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