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Voices of Cupertino: The launch of the citywide anthology

Poetry contributor Jade Bradbury receives her copy of the anthology. After distribution, McCormick encouraged attendees to stay and socialize with one another.
Community members gather to celebrate the release of Cupertino poetry and prose
March 10, 2020
Community members gather to celebrate the release of Cupertino poetry and prose

Breakfast with veterans

Photo by Anish Vasudevan
The American Studies class holds its annual event with war veterans
March 10, 2020
The American Studies class holds its annual event with war veterans

2020 Junior Prom combined with Senior Ball due to coronavirus concerns

To respond to any questions that students had, the class officers for Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 set up a booth in the rally court, replacing the previously scheduled fashion show.
Junior Prom is among March events being cancelled by the district
March 6, 2020
Junior Prom is among March events being cancelled by the district

MVHS Course Selection Guide

An in-depth guide to every course available at MVHS.
Exploring student perspectives on every course offered at MVHS
February 19, 2020
Exploring student perspectives on every course offered at MVHS

Via Cupertino introduced as new rideshare service by Cupertino City Council

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Exploring the micro-transit system’s impact on the community
February 12, 2020
Exploring the micro-transit system’s impact on the community

Out of the red: California passes a temporary law removing menstrual product sales tax

As of January 2020, California's pad and tampon tax has been removed.
MVHS Girls Empowerment Club members and a biology teacher react to the politicization of products for men and women
February 11, 2020
MVHS Girls Empowerment Club members and a biology teacher react to the politicization of products for men and women

Keep the dream alive

A Fremont High School teacher shares about her experiences growing up undocumented, the relief that DACA brought her and the work she does now supporting undocumented students at her school.
Community members discuss the personal and legal implications of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) being rescinded
February 11, 2020
Community members discuss the personal and legal implications of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) being rescinded

Up in flames: Australian bushfires from July 2019 continue to devastate

Senior Isabelle Dingli, an Australian citizen, spent her winter break in Melbourne, about 100 miles away from the nearest fires, but she says the air quality impacted her.
Australian students from MVHS react to the longer, more widespread bushfires in their home country
February 10, 2020

Since late July 2019, Australian wildfires have ravaged over 26 million acres of land and destroyed over 3,000 homes. After the deaths of three American firefighters on Jan. 23, the fatality count rose...

2020 Club Food Day in Photos

2020 Club Food Day in Photos
Exploring Club Food Day through images
February 10, 2020
Exploring Club Food Day through images

MVHS comes down with symptoms of senioritis

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Examining teacher perspectives on working with second semester seniors
February 6, 2020
Examining teacher perspectives on working with second semester seniors

San Jose Women’s March takes place on Jan. 21

7,500 people gather to march from the San Jose City Hall to Arena Green for the fourth-annual San Jose Women’s March.
Marchers share their views on politics and the power of mass protests
January 27, 2020
Marchers share their views on politics and the power of mass protests

The rumors of an impending World War III: A breakdown of the situation behind recent US-Iranian Conflicts

The rumors of an impending World War III: A breakdown of the situation behind recent US-Iranian Conflicts
MVHS students and teachers’ respond to the threats of a supposed “WWIII”
January 25, 2020
MVHS students and teachers’ respond to the threats of a supposed “WWIII”
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