Corona Diaries Aperture Edition| Staying Sane

Aperture’s Dylan Duncan takes us through his quarantine routine to stay sane and discusses the new guidelines for the shelter-in-place order in Santa Clara county. Shot by Dylan Duncan

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Corona Diaries Aperture Edition | Day in the Life of a High School Senior

As school closure will continues until the end of the academic year, high school seniors across the nation ate missing out on some of the most memorable parts of the high school experience. In this special edition, Anthro partnered with Aperture, Palo Alto High School’s video production team, to bring you this vlog where Aperture’s…

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Justice for InFocus: The District is Setting a Dangerous Precedent For Press Rights

California is regarded for its powerful student journalism laws that protect student free expression. Palo Alto High School is regarded for its prestigious and award-winning journalism program, backed up by a more-than-supporting district. Or at least, that is what it was like until this year.  This school year alone had at least two alarming incidents…

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Controversial Paradise: The rising problem with trash in our oceans

by Lou Guionnet When thinking of a nice and exotic place to relax during a vacation, you might find your mind wandering towards a picture of white sand, palm trees and turquoise colored waters, a place far away from all of our problems and worries that make up our life. That is what comes to…

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Let the Hair do the Talking

By Joy Chan I am not entirely sure if cutting my hair the way I did was necessarily a fashion statement but more so a way to express who I really am. There are a lot of ways to express or represent oneself. Some people do it through styles of clothing, or the way they…

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LGBTQ Resources

Growing up as a member of the LGBTQ community can prove to be challenging and at many time it may feel as if you are the only one living that experience. Especially in light of  Vice President Elect Mike Pence’s blatant disrespect of your being, the odds may feel stacked against you. These resources are…

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Hypocrisy in the Liberal Left

By Maya Reuven On the political spectrum, Palo Alto’s affiliation is overwhelmingly blue. Many times throughout my life, I have been told to be grateful for this — that liberalism represents a more accepting point of view that many cities in the United States lack the privilege of having. In many respects, this is true;…

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It’s Everyone’s March

We are all equal. We all deserve equality. Everyone’s rights are human rights.

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Open Response to Donald Trump’s Promises about Libel Law

Only 10% of Americans could name freedom of the press as a First Amendment right, according to a survey conducted by the Newseum Institute, a museum in Washington D.C. that focuses on journalism. Freedom of religion was only identified by 19% of Americans, and the right to assemble by 10%. As a school that devotes…

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