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Who do we idolize?

Who do we idolize?

El Estoque Staff

October 20, 2017

Identity

Identity

El Estoque Staff

September 15, 2017

The impacts of climate change

The impacts of climate change

El Estoque Staff

May 16, 2017

Immigration

Immigration

Krishna Sunder

March 11, 2017

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the Season

Krishna Sunder

December 15, 2016

Consumer culture: The invisible tax on society

Consumer culture: The invisible tax on society

Aanchal Garg

November 24, 2016

  hanksgiving isn’t over yet. But with our stomachs still filled with half-burnt turkey, creamy pumpkin pie and sour cranberry sauce, we venture out of the conventional holiday home filled with the scent of food to brave malls full of crowds of people. The culprit? Black Friday. According to ...

Beyond the Ballot

Beyond the Ballot

El Estoque Staff

November 2, 2016

The election is in a week and it's not all about the presidency. El Estoque explored the election from a national, state and local perspective. Click below to find out about more about the election, from state propositions to the outside influences that affect our vote. Page by Sharjeel Rahman Graphics by Elizabeth Han and H...

THE WHISPER OF A DREAM: What the American Dream means to parents, students and teachers

THE WHISPER OF A DREAM: What the American Dream means to parents, students and teachers

Daniel Lin

October 2, 2016

America's roots are deeply engrained in the immigrants that arrived there. From the Pilgrims' first landing in the 17th century to the plight of the Irish peoples in the mid-19th century, the movement of foreigners to the United States plays an invaluable role in American identity. Today, the spirit...

One man’s treasure: Cupertino’s city-wide Garage Sale

One man’s treasure: Cupertino’s city-wide Garage Sale

Aanchal Garg

September 22, 2016

he conventional American neighborhood seems to be disappearing — at least in Cupertino. Residents don’t crowd over lemonade stands, block parties aren’t held every week and neighbors don’t exactly bake each other apple pies. The wave of immigrants in Cupertino has replaced a lot of the tradition...

Excuses

Excuses

Krishna Sunder

September 15, 2016

Ranging anywhere from “my dog ate my homework” to “I have a family reunion today,” excuses are a large part of how people sometimes cope with social and academic situations. In this package, we explore how excuses pop up in the form of body shaming, religious situations, homework amounts and...

A Look at the Paralympics

A Look at the Paralympics

Akshara Majjiga

September 8, 2016

One sporting event that stands out among all others are the Paralympics. According to BBC, there is no event that is more large-scale and has as much historic value. 160 countries compete with over 4300 athletes, all with varying disabilities. The world becomes a stage as athletes from countries all...