El Estoque

Billionaires should be more mindful

Billionaires should be more mindful

Sreya Kumar

January 20, 2020

America’s capitalist forgiving nature causes the county’s richest to run rampant

Double Trouble

Double Trouble

Michelle Chen

January 18, 2020

How being a twin has shaped my character

Expanding definitions of intelligence

Expanding definitions of intelligence

Oishee Misra

January 12, 2020

Pretty. Funny. Talented. Athletic. Intelligent. Out of the slew of adjectives that exist, the one that MVHS students seem to hold most dear is intelligence. And while this may give off an aura of ambition or hard work, in some cases, this obsession with intelligence can be somewhat sinister.  ...

Rewind 2019

Rewind 2019

Shuvi Jha and Sreya Kumar

January 10, 2020

Looking back at the best and worst moments of 2019

Outdated

Outdated

Jasmine Lee and Claire Yang

January 7, 2020

Peter Pan. Dumbo. Snow White. Tom and Jerry. We’ve grown up watching these films — cheering on as Peter Pan and his cohort of Lost Boys battled Captain Hook, and sighing in defeat when Snow White bit into the poison apple. These movies and TV shows have accompanied us throughout our childhood, in...

New adjustments: exploring how MVHS helps transfer students

New adjustments: exploring how MVHS helps transfer students

Sarah Young and Leanna Sun

December 20, 2019

oving to another country or state can come with its fair share of prospects and troubles. Whether it be interacting with others, adjusting to a different community, or learning a new language, transferring to another school takes time to acclimate to.  To help combat these barriers and give transfer st...

#NoMoreLikes

#NoMoreLikes

Michelle Chen and Zara Iqbal

December 20, 2019

Taking away likes on Instagram is beneficial to our mental health

Lessons From Around the World

Lessons From Around the World

Oishee Misra, Lakshanyaa Ganesh, Shuvi Jha, Leanna Sun, and Sarah Young

December 19, 2019

t the turn of the decade, several countries around the world have emerged as prominent and successful examples of characteristics ranging from education to political engagement to health care. Nordic countries have an education system that is regarded as one of the best in the world. Italy demons...

Working hard: worth it?

Working hard: worth it?

Oishee Misra

December 7, 2019

t the end of my sophomore year of high school — which, not to be too dramatic, was the most horrific experience of my life — I was asked what lesson, or large takeaway, I had gained from the past school year.   I didn’t have to think too hard to come up with one. In fact, I was one of the fir...

Not so easy: being a feminist in today’s age

Not so easy: being a feminist in today’s age

Shuvi Jha

November 24, 2019

How overused platitudes of empowerment oversimplify the feminist movement

Reputations: Self-care

Reputations: Self-care

Emily Xia

November 24, 2019

Looking at how MVHS students maintain their personal health

The Famed Youth: Dehumanizing children in the entertainment industry

The Famed Youth: Dehumanizing children in the entertainment industry

Emily Xia and Aditi Dixit

November 24, 2019

We should support the personal passions and pursuits of young celebrities