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In a spinoff from the New York Times Tiny Love Stories series, these stories are pockets of love within our community

Tiny Love Stories

Anushka De and Oishee Misra February 14, 2021
Finding pockets of love within our community
ReTales: Respect

ReTales: Respect

Anushka De, Features Editor February 12, 2021
Viewing people with humanity instead of as employees
Social media influencer Leona Daugherty wearing Chans hoodie (Photo courtesy Leona Daugherty | Used with permission)

Quarantine projects

Irene Tang February 11, 2021
Students share various projects they have been working on during the pandemic
Exploring the stories of Cupertino residents, students and teachers

Humans of Cupertino

Discovering the stories that populate Cupertino
Members of Post Corona Care meet over Zoom to discuss next steps.

Behind the student organization Post Corona Care

Iman Malik and Annie Zhang February 8, 2021
Exploring the operations of PCC and the motivations of its creators

The conservative minority

Rachel Jiang February 5, 2021
Exploring the extent to which education imposes the stigma surrounding conservative minorities at MVHS
Sexual assault

Sexual assault

Examining sexual assault in Bay Area high schools

A day in quarantine

Anushka De, Features Editor February 4, 2021
Following three students’ daily routines 10 months into the pandemic
MVHS cafeteria manager Debbie Herrera is currently working at Cupertino HS to implement the FUHSD Free Meal Policy.

Behind the scenes on the MVHS campus

Oishee Misra January 24, 2021
Investigating how the roles of the cafeteria manager, site technician and day custodian have shifted during a distance learning school year
Senior Tae Kyu Kim studies with his friends for an upcoming AP Calculus BC test.

Competition culture

Prisha Tiwari, Staff Writer January 23, 2021
Examining how students and teachers view competition at MVHS
Junior Ronit Avalani poses while making promotional content for the MV Official Instagram account

School spirit online

Anushka De, Features Editor January 21, 2021
Leadership uses novel approaches to engage students during distance learning
50 Questions with Shozo Shimazaki

50 Questions with Shozo Shimazaki

Krish Dev, Opinion Editor January 21, 2021
In the 12th installment of the recurring series, El Estoque asks Shozo Shimazaki 50 questions
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