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

Kimi Lillios

Kimi Lillios, Editor-In-Chief

2018-2019 - Staff Writer

2019-2020 - Managing Editor

2020-2021 - Editor-in-Chief

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All content by Kimi Lillios
Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles

Featuring a collection of seniors who plan to pursue creative majors in college.
May 29, 2021
C Mag Reviews: Grammy Fashion 2021

C Mag Reviews: Grammy Fashion 2021

C Mag editors review the historic fashion looks at the Grammys, both the amazing and the disastrous.
March 26, 2021
Unearthed

Unearthed

Thelonious Monk’s Palo Alto performance is released half a century after its recording
October 23, 2020
Thelonious Monk Rediscovered

Thelonious Monk Rediscovered

Thelonious Monk’s live performance at Palo Alto High School is released half a century after its live recording.
September 18, 2020
Behind the Signs

Behind the Signs

Editors’ Note: This story serves as an extension of our most recent cover package, “Louder Than Words,” in which we discussed the power of protest art and music in the context of social and political movements. We did our best to incorporate the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement in our print issue, but ran up against a print deadline and were unable to include the most recent developments. In this article, we want to highlight the diverse voices and initiatives of students in our area as well as stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
June 18, 2020
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.
June 8, 2020
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?
March 2, 2020
Off the Beaten Path

Off the Beaten Path

Life after high school may seem like a one track road to a traditional four year college, but in reality, it is a journey with infinite diverging pathways waiting to be discovered.
January 9, 2020
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.
November 20, 2019

Featured Artist: Metro

Each member in Metro, a local alternative indie band, brings their own eccentric style to the group, creating lively performances for the Palo Alto community.
October 15, 2019
Rebecca Cheng - From Art to Activism

Rebecca Cheng – From Art to Activism

As an artist tackling issues of racism and injustice, Rebecca Cheng has faced pushback through censorship, due to concerns regarding her art’s suitability for public viewing. Despite these barriers, Cheng’s artistic journey has evolved to use non-traditional mediums to illustrate a personal narrative and criticize the inequalities in our modern society.
May 6, 2019
Censor This, #%@*!

Censor This, #%@*!

Blocking expression has become a prominent issue, preventing artists from communicating their beliefs and in turn halting society's ability to grow from the exposure to controversial perspectives.
March 18, 2019
Marek Miś

Seeing the Invisible

Most artwork focuses on interpreting and abstracting the beauty that is experienced in the familiar world around us. Recently, artistic concepts have been discovered within science and technology, revealing both the invisible and the undetectable by bringing forth the natural beauty of these hidden worlds.
March 5, 2019
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