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C Mag Tries: Escape Room

C Mag Tries: Escape Room

Nicole Li and Rima Parekh December 5, 2016

In this physical adventure game, players are locked into a room and must use elements of their surroundings to solve puzzles and find the key to escape within a set time limit. The first escape room, Real...

Ethical Fashion

Ethical Fashion

Chiara Biondi and Olivia O'Farrell December 5, 2016

You might consider it to be an art form, you might detest it or maybe you just don’t care. Regardless of your stance on the importance of clothing, it is imperative that you understand the impacts of...

The Electoral College

The Electoral College

Amanda Hmelar and Benner Mullin November 10, 2016

During the election, many voters wonder what their vote counts for or how much of an impact it really makes. Some wonder where the Electoral College comes into play and what it means in regards to changing...

Chalk Art

Chalk Art

Katie Pasarello and Sarah Shapiro September 28, 2016

In the heart of Silicon Valley,  just blocks away from the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto, is the home of chalk art. These chalk paintings line the street for a mere 48 hours during the Palo Alto Festival...

C Mag Book Club

C Mag Book Club

C Mag staffers share their top picks for you to enjoy.
Chiara Biondi September 28, 2016

Sophie’s World Sophie’s World, by Jostein Gaardner, is the perfect introduction for anyone who is interested in learning about philosophy. While the novel explains a breadth of abstract philosophical...

C Mag Simplifies: Feminism

C Mag Simplifies: Feminism

“The biggest misconception is that it’s somehow anti-man, and that’s simply not the case.”
Ahana Ganguly and Darrow Hornik September 23, 2016

SO WHAT IS FEMINISM? Feminism opposes women’s placement below men in society, along with the prioritization of men’s opinions of what is best for women without consulting them. It’s a head-on challenge...

To Love, Not To Kill

To Love, Not To Kill

Love animals? Find a way to help out an animal in need!
Nicole Li and Hollie Chiao September 23, 2016

Three to four million animals are killed every year due to the lack of space in shelters and low adoption rates. Throughout the mid-Peninsula, different foundations have various ways of handling the overwhelming...

Radio

Radio

Ahana Ganguly and Julianna Roth, Staff Writers September 23, 2016

Audio is a brilliant, underrated medium. People might assume radio’s dead, but it's actually the only section of journalism that isn't struggling right now! It's just shifting over to the internet, no...

National Parks

National Parks

From the jagged peaks of the Grand Tetons to the rolling plains of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, America’s national parks have something for everyone. In honor of the United States National Parks Service celebrating its 100 year anniversary, we compiled a guide detailing a few of our favorite spots.
Emma Staiger and Julianna Roth September 21, 2016

Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park is quintessential for anyone looking to experience America’s great outdoors. Located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, it was created in 1872 as the United...

Fe's Back to School Lookbook

Fe’s Back to School Lookbook

Fe Hmelar, Staff Writer September 21, 2016

Bomber Jackets— Combat the killer pressures of school with these nonviolent statement jackets. Throw them over a skirt or dress to look bomb and ready to go.  A-line Skirts— Flattering on...

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