A substitute teacher distributes at-home COVID-19 test kits to students on Wednesday in an AP English Language and Composition class. Rising case numbers and the recent Omicron variant are causing safety concerns among some students and staff members. Junior Anjali Akkaraju said she believes a transition to online learning, though undesirable, is necessary. “I don’t want school to be back online, but I’m just confused why we’re not,” Akkaraju said. “They gave us two rapid tests, which is good because they’re sold out everywhere.”  Photo: Lauren Wong
Campus on edge over omicron, potential for closure
January 7, 2022
A student works on a paper with a tutor. Art by Erin Kim.
Working Towards The Dream
December 3, 2021
NFTs: Art or fraud?
NFTs: Art or fraud?
January 12, 2022
The Beatles pictured in a Black and White photo. Photo by Iberia Airlines, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Getting Back to the Truth
December 14, 2021
Defending the dancers
Defending the dancers
December 3, 2021
A substitute teacher distributes at-home COVID-19 test kits to students on Wednesday in an AP English Language and Composition class. Rising case numbers and the recent Omicron variant are causing safety concerns among some students and staff members. Junior Anjali Akkaraju said she believes a transition to online learning, though undesirable, is necessary. “I don’t want school to be back online, but I’m just confused why we’re not,” Akkaraju said. “They gave us two rapid tests, which is good because they’re sold out everywhere.”  Photo: Lauren Wong
Campus on edge over omicron, potential for closure
January 7, 2022
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Maya Mukherjee
Maya Mukherjee
Features Editor

Maya (Class 0f 2023)  joined Anthro because she is passionate about social activism and reporting on important issues. She also is co-president of the Paly diversity in journalism club, SCOOP. In her free time, she plays soccer and listens to music.

Olga Muys
Olga Muys
Staff Writer

Olga (Class of 2022) is a staff writer for Anthro and the Executive Producer for KPLY, the radio and podcasting program in the Incubator class at Palo Alto High School. Her work often focuses on cultural commentary and analysis. When not editing her own podcasts, she is usually found cooking while listening to one.

Lauren Wong
Lauren Wong
Perspectives Editor

Lauren Wong (Class of 2023) joined Anthro in her junior year because she wants to spread awareness about many social justice related issues. In her free time, she loves to relax and spend time outdoors.