Jacquelyn Lai

Jacquelyn Lai, Staff Writer

Jacquelyn (Class of 2021) joined Anthro Magazine the second semester of her sophomore year because of her interest in learning more about social issues and highlighting student voices on these issues. In her free time, Jacquelyn likes to drink boba, watch movies, and go on bike rides with friends.

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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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STOP ASIAN HATE. Megaphone in hand, Johannah Seah, speaks with passion to her fellow protesters while marching towards Palo Alto City Hall during the “8 by 8 Stop Asian Hate” rally on May 2. Photo by Michaela Seah.

Activist answers

Using her voice to dispel Anti-Asian hate.
May 22, 2021
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Voting for the first time — during a pandemic

Voting for the first time — during a pandemic

Students describe their election involvement, voice opinions on voter suppression
November 3, 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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Socially Distant Protesting

Socially Distant Protesting

October 2, 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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Gallery: Paly Pride

Gallery: Paly Pride

October 9, 2019
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