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

Sukhman Sahota

Sukhman Sahota, Creative Adviser

2018-2019 - Staff Writer

2019-2020 - Social Media Manager

2020-2021 - Creative Adviser

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All content by Sukhman Sahota
Love Every Body

Love Every Body

As we approach bikini and crop top season, Paly students share their viewpoints and personal experiences on body positivity and how they overcome struggles with body image
June 3, 2021
Lets go on a Picnic

Let’s go on a Picnic

The rise of picnicking inspires students to host their own and find new ways to express themselves
April 22, 2021
The Hidden Aftermath

The Hidden Aftermath

Dark aspects of the past are often covered up, giving the world an incomplete and biased perspective of history.
March 11, 2021
Art by Jean-Pierre Mouloudj

The Cartoon Revival

Cartoonists adapt to the digitizing world and overcome persistent criticism.
December 23, 2020
Opinion: 2020 Top Four Fonts

Opinion: 2020 Top Four Fonts

A hobby I have picked up this year is keeping a list of new and interesting fonts; here are a few of my favorite fonts and some illustrations that match the font.
December 13, 2020
Featured Artist: Kellyn Scheel

Featured Artist: Kellyn Scheel

Kellyn Scheel has gone through trial and error to find the perfect creative outlets that allow her to express her diverse artistry
October 21, 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
Not So Stereotypical

Not So Stereotypical

February 29, 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
The Dotted Line

The Dotted Line

On March 28, Lil Uzi Vert released the track “Free Uzi,” a protest of his record label. Rappers continue to call out their labels for abuse, so why do they keep signing?
October 15, 2019
Fresh Off the Runway

Fresh Off the Runway

“Seeing these models motivates me the most to continue modeling because maybe one day, I too can be not just a model for clothes, but a model for the younger generations to not doubt their capabilities and show the world, their full potential.” - Aimee Dossor
March 20, 2019
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