Gwyneth Wong

Gwyneth Wong, Staff Writer

Gwyneth (Class of 2021) joined Anthro junior year because she felt like she could raise awareness about issues related to social justice in a unique and meaningful way. Outside of Anthro, she loves to play tennis with her sister (and beat her).

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VAN VIEWPOINT. A bumper sticker that declares “Recall Gavin Newsom” is displayed on the van of a Palo High School student. Photo by Anya Lassila.

Recall Ruminations

Students’ opinions on the push to recall Governor Newsom
May 28, 2021
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JUSTICE. A large group of protesters pass by a police officer during a Black Lives Matter March near Town and Country Village in Summer 2020. Photo by Corie Jiang.

Shifts and Shortcomings

A look at the impacts and insufficiency of police reform after the 2020 BLM protests
May 28, 2021
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Art: Lauren Yan

Fighting for equality

Stanford professor, students break down Asian American advocacy.
May 22, 2021
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Student artist Aidan Choi’s rendition of the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol shows President Donald Trump looking on as his supporters breach the building’s defenses. On Jan. 6, rioters stormed the capitol in an event that shocked the nation and left five Americans dead. Many of those who were present at the insurrection were dedicated supporters of then-President Donald Trump. “His large fanbase will not be going anywhere anytime soon,” says Palo Alto High School senior Zoe McCrea.

Acquittal Aftermath

Students express their dismay about U.S. Senate impeachment trial
March 11, 2021
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Activist and parent: Jesse Ladomirak

Activist and parent: Jesse Ladomirak

December 16, 2020
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Art by Palina Kuzmina

Testing Troubles

Students express anxiety and relief as colleges shift to test optional optional admissions policy
October 11, 2020
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Art by Ellen Fang

Clothing Consciousness

Fashion industry’s impacts on the environment and how to choose clothing to help the problem
April 16, 2020
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