El Estoque

Cupertino acts as a temporary home for many

Cupertino acts as a temporary home for many

Avni Prasad

December 10, 2016


Filed under Best of Opinion, Best Writing, Columns, Culture, Magazine, OPINION, Print Opinion

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]wo years ago, I joined the Facebook group “You know you are from Cupertino if you remember…” With about 10,000 members, the group engages in daily discussion about memories and places in Cupertino. But even after living in Cupertino for the last 16 years, I scroll through the...

Why students don’t have a voice in politics

Why students don’t have a voice in politics

Krishna Sunder

November 1, 2016


Filed under Best of Opinion, Campus, Columns, OPINION

[su_dropcap style="flat"]O[/su_dropcap]n October 20, 2016, I attended Cupertino Teen Commission’s Pizza and Politics event, a gathering where students could meet with panels of local politicians and ask them questions about developments in our community. I came to the meeting burning with excitement...

Say It To My Face: cyberbullying has become a big issue on highschool campuses

Say It To My Face: cyberbullying has become a big issue on highschool campuses

Shayon Moradi

October 25, 2016


Filed under Best of Opinion, Culture, From the magazine, Magazine, OPINION, Print Opinion

This article appeared in the print magazine under the headline “Say It To My Face” It’s a term that’s all too familiar to students,teachers and parents alike. Its very presence threatens an individual's psychological, emotional and physical state of being: bullying. According to The Nation...