El Estoque

Who are we? Being non-binary in a pink and blue world

Who are we? Being non-binary in a pink and blue world

Anjana Melvin

September 24, 2015

Being non-binary in a pink and blue world by El Estoque on Exposure Story written by Anjana Melvin and Kalpana Gopalkrishnan ...

Who Are We? Students’ backpacks reflect their personalities

Who Are We? Students’ backpacks reflect their personalities

Akshara Majjiga

September 22, 2015

When walking through a crowded MVHS hallway during a passing period, backpacks seem to be coming from all directions. Flashes of color in the otherwise world of black and grey backpacks are sometimes apparent, but many backpacks look the same. To some, backpacks seem like a generic, almost boring, thing...

Who are we? Cars-R-Us

Who are we? Cars-R-Us

Ada Chen

September 17, 2015

THE PERILOUS JOURNEY (TO SCHOOL) Road bikes? Seven, he says. Well, no; he interrupts himself to clarify. Three belong to his wife. They own two cars as well, one each. Math teacher Jon Stark then goes on to detail his other modes of transportation. Two motorcycles. A sailplane. A gyroplane. And his ...

Who are we? Teachers’ favorite childhood memories

Who are we? Teachers’ favorite childhood memories

Fatima Ali

September 8, 2015

ver wondered what crazy adventures your teachers had back when they were your age? Sometimes the “back in my day” stories can get old, but on occasion, we come across duels in forests, 5 a.m. ice-hockey practices, and water balloons thrown out of moving cars. Click on the audio to hear four teacher...

Who are we? The story of our names

Who are we? The story of our names

Devika Watave

August 28, 2015

We may know all of our friends’ names, but very few of us know the stories behind them. Some of us have names that our parents fell in love with right from the start. Others have names that have run in the family for many generations. But most of us can’t say that we were named after a store that...