The Student News Site of Monta Vista High School

El Estoque

The Student News Site of Monta Vista High School

El Estoque

The Student News Site of Monta Vista High School

El Estoque

Claire Chang

Claire Chang, Features Editor

Claire Chang is a senior at Monta Vista and is the print features editor for El Estoque. Before she was a features editor, she was both a multimedia and print news editor. She runs for the school's cross country and track teams and enjoys reading and hanging out with friends and family in her free time.

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Title IX in MVHS

How this 1972 bill affects MVHS teachers and students
May 27, 2019
New McClellan Rd. bike lane aims to improve safety

New McClellan Rd. bike lane aims to improve safety

The project will eventually encompass Stelling Rd. and Torre Ave.
May 24, 2019

Get me the numbers

El Estoque's year-end Senior Stats reveal the opinions of 2019
May 24, 2019
An omelette-less life: reflecting on inevitable change

An omelette-less life: reflecting on inevitable change

My struggle as a senior to leave this stage of life for college
May 19, 2019
Fifty Not-So-Fresh Faces

Fifty Not-So-Fresh Faces

Seniors interviewed for Fifty Fresh Faces in their freshman year follow up on old questions
May 12, 2019
From sautéed vegetables to Cheetos

From sautéed vegetables to Cheetos

An exploration of the different things MVHS students choose to eat for lunch
April 12, 2019
The key to success: Positive Psychology

The key to success: Positive Psychology

MVHS PTSA and Kennedy MS PTA invites parents to attend psychologist G. Julie Xie’s seminar on child psychology
April 8, 2019
Engaging in intergenerational conversation: CSF volunteers at retirement home

Engaging in intergenerational conversation: CSF volunteers at retirement home

CSF volunteers learn from another generation as they participate in an arts and crafts social
March 15, 2019
In her element: 50 questions with Jenna Smith

In her element: 50 questions with Jenna Smith

In the second installment of the recurring series, El Estoque asks Jenna Smith 50 questions in her classroom
March 14, 2019
Learning how “nobody’s broken” at Challenge Day

Learning how “nobody’s broken” at Challenge Day

How my skepticism towards Challenge Day turned into a greater appreciation of my community
February 8, 2019
The truth about lying

The truth about lying

Exploring the reasons behind lying and how it changes with age
February 6, 2019
In his element: 50 questions with Jay Shelton

In his element: 50 questions with Jay Shelton

As part of a new recurring series, El Estoque asks art teacher and yearbook adviser Jay Shelton 50 questions in his classroom
January 21, 2019
Vibrant stories: unique aspects of 10 MVHS students

Vibrant stories: unique aspects of 10 MVHS students

We selected 10 students from a list of everyone at MVHS using a random number generator, and discovered the stories that make MVHS students who they are
December 18, 2018
Planting trees for Silicon Valley

Planting trees for Silicon Valley

CSF volunteers gain greater appreciation for Our City Forest Nursery and environment
December 7, 2018
Fate and Faith

Fate and Faith

The relationship between luck and religion
November 21, 2018
Bridging therapy and culture

Bridging therapy and culture

Bilingual student advocate Ya-Huei Chi reflects on her experience as a counselor
November 20, 2018
Paul, Chao and Vaidhyanathan win Cupertino City Council seats

Paul, Chao and Vaidhyanathan win Cupertino City Council seats

A brief on the priorities and beliefs of the new Cupertino city council
November 9, 2018
Getting tingles

Getting tingles

Exploring the new internet phenomenon of ASMR and how students at MVHS use it
October 26, 2018
Coffee with the Principal

Coffee with the Principal

First “Coffee with the Principal” event of the year encourages discussion about concerns and issues at MVHS
October 26, 2018
Psychics be crazy: my experience with a psychic reading

Psychics be crazy: my experience with a psychic reading

What I learned (and didn’t) after a psychic analyzed my recurring dream
October 24, 2018
CSF Murdock Portal Movie Night

CSF Murdock Portal Movie Night

CSF members look forward to a new year of volunteering during one of first events of the year
September 28, 2018
Hooked online: how social media affects cognition

Hooked online: how social media affects cognition

Analyzing the pervasive nature of social media in students' lives
September 28, 2018
50 fresh faces

50 fresh faces

The class of 2022 shares its initial thoughts of MVHS
September 6, 2018
Finding their circles: how friendships defined the experiences of MVHS seniors

Finding their circles: how friendships defined the experiences of MVHS seniors

As they prepare to leave MVHS, seniors reflect on the impact of friendships
May 23, 2018
MVHS Art Festival celebrates student artwork

MVHS Art Festival celebrates student artwork

Attendees at the Art Festival reflect on the festival’s purpose and impact
May 1, 2018
In the giving spirit

In the giving spirit

December 12, 2017
A promise of virtue

A promise of virtue

September 13, 2016
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