Vivian Lin

Vivian Lin, Editor-in-Chief

Vivian (Class of 2025) joined Anthro in her sophomore year because she wants to bring social awareness and change through journalism. In her free time, she loves to do photography, make art, and spend time outdoors. 

All content by Vivian Lin
With a notebook in hand ready to take notes for her animal rights activism blog, Paly junior Asya Buyukcangaz stands in a goat pen in the Retired Animals Farm in Bursa, Turkey.

Rising up for animal rights

Junior from Turkey advocates against animal abuse
Vivian Tang and Vivian Lin
May 17, 2024
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Protesters gather at the intersection of Addison Avenue and Middle Field Road demanding action from President Biden regarding the Israel-Hamas war.

Protesters demand action over war in Gaza

Biden’s visit to Palo Alto met with protesters
Vivian Lin and Amily Zhang
May 16, 2024
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Debbie Baldwin, president of the Sunnyvale Cupertino Cycling Club, talks with fellow cyclists at the Feb. 29 Caltrans community meeting about the El Camino Real bike lane project.

Pedaling for progress

Bike coalition promotes protected lanes on El Camino Real
Evelyn Zhang and Vivian Lin
April 16, 2024
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Palo Alto High School alum and activist Eimi Okano reads through documents in her Palo Alto home. Okano championed  inclusivity in California textbooks, rallied for diversity in the workplace, and raised awareness around drug abuse.

Rewriting textbooks to represent students

Local educator earns lifetime achievement award for advocacy
Evelyn Zhang and Vivian Lin
April 16, 2024
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New Palo Alto mayor Greer Stone poses from his office window on Jan. 24 at Palo Alto City Hall.

Anthro interviews new mayor Greer Stone

Former Paly teacher and alumni Greer Stone discusses his plans for the coming year
Vivian Lin and William Xue
February 12, 2024
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SJP Junior Cate Graney, a volunteer for the fundraising committee, collects donations from students.

Junior raises $700 for Maui Fires

SJP junior organizes fundraiser
Vivian Lin, Staff Writer
November 30, 2023
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VERBATIM: Banning book bans

Vivian Lin, Staff Writer
November 28, 2023
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Left: A student artist uses an AI to generate a simple replica of the “Mona Lisa” for a school project. Right: Another student adds some finishing touches to her hand-painted piece.

The artist’s dilemma

what AI means for the future of art
Vivian Lin and Natalie Neumann
April 19, 2023
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