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

Emily Filter

Emily Filter, Managing Editor

All content by Emily Filter

Making Wacky Work

March 14, 2019

Music on the Map

February 12, 2019
Final Destinations

Final Destinations

C magazine reaches out to two alumni with unique senior trips and two current seniors planning to make the most of their last summer before going off to college.
December 11, 2018

Working Women

December 6, 2018
Behind The Scenes

Behind The Scenes

“Fairy tales are really a great example of evolving cultural standards..." -Erin Angell, Paly English teacher
October 14, 2018

Your Mom

Shopping in someone else’s closet is one of the most effIcient and cost effective methods of revamping your wardrobe, especially when the clothes are your mom’s now-vintage wear. Here are a couple of your mom’s in-style treasures that you’ll want to snag!
May 14, 2018

Meet the Artists

C Magazine has been lucky enough to use the work of some of the most talented artists at Paly. The team of C Magazine illustrators includes five artists who contribute their skills to every issue. Each artist has their own personal style providing staff writers with a range of mediums and techniques to choose from when deciding what art to request for their stories. The art that the C Magazine illustrators provide is vital to success of the publication as it adds a distinctive feature to each individual spread. These profiles take an inside look at where each artist finds their inspiration and which aspects of art bring them the most joy.
March 22, 2018

In Good @tayst

How Bay Area native Taylor St. Claire turned her doodling hobby into a living via Instagram
March 22, 2018
Photos by Ryan Gwyn

Plants & Prescriptions

C Magazine compares and contrasts the different methods of medicine and healing.
January 26, 2018

Glass Pumpkins

An inside look into the largest glass pumpkin patch in Northern California
January 18, 2018
Photo by Ryan Gwyn

Empowerment Education

It’s easy to assume that our physical differences and our various opinions are what set us apart from one another. However, it is important to remember that although these differences can potentially divide us, they also have the power to bring us together. Efforts to support students and help them reach their full potential, such as special education programs, have positively impacted students whose relationships with their peers may be under strain due to unacknowledged differences. The discussion about special education and the program’s students is surrounded by copious misconceptions. People often believe that students need constant assistance while doing the little things or that they are somehow less able, when in reality, what they often need is empowerment to fulfill their own full potential. Today, there are systems in place within schools in order to uplift students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and to better prepare them for the future.
October 20, 2017
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