El Estoque

Oishee Misra

Oishee Misra, Editor-in-chief

Oishee is currently a senior and the co-editor-in-chief for El Estoque. She's an artist, and the walls of her room are plastered with artwork. She loves listening to music and obsessively creates Spotify playlists and plays the piano. She's also a total foodie (although her cooking attempts are usually disastrous). She loves reading the Opinion section of New York Times, and hopes to live in New York City and be an NYT columnist someday.

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Examining the internalized misogyny behind using “bitch” to denote empowerment

“Bitch”

April 1, 2021
A year of Zoom

A year of Zoom

March 27, 2021
A column that analyzes why constantly looking toward the future is detrimental

A year of waiting

March 23, 2021
In a spinoff from the New York Times' Tiny Love Stories series, these stories are pockets of love within our community

Tiny Love Stories

February 15, 2021
Exploring the stories of Cupertino residents, students and teachers

Humans of Cupertino

February 11, 2021
Sexual assault

Sexual assault

February 5, 2021
The hyperfocus on political correctness among the MVHS community hinders productive discussion.

Intellectual elitism

January 17, 2021
Examining how sex education curriculum neglects to discuss female masturbation

Va-MINE-a

December 16, 2020
Advocating to use more meaningful rhetoric as opposed to inflammatory phrases such as “Kill All Men”

Let’s denounce KAM

December 16, 2020
Yes, she can.

Yes, she can.

December 16, 2020
College in COVID-19

College in COVID-19

October 26, 2020
A heartfelt letter to the double-edged sword that has been the year 2020.

Dear 2020,

October 26, 2020
Zoom School: MVHS Edition

Zoom School: MVHS Edition

September 17, 2020
Reactions to Tragedy

Reactions to Tragedy

January 29, 2020
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