El Estoque

In the Mirror: Fake it 'til it breaks

In the Mirror: Fake it ’til it breaks

Shivani Verma February 11, 2021

The audience won’t know if you don’t know what you’re doing.” This is one of the most memorable things my dance teacher ever said. Of course, if you freeze onstage, somebody is bound to notice....

Biden speaks with attendees at an event in Iowa in 2020, || Licensed under CC

America’s future with Joe Biden

Abdullah Memon and Justin E Kim January 20, 2021
What to expect from Biden's first hundred days as President
The effect of COVID-19 on hobbies

The effect of COVID-19 on hobbies

Tanish Mendki and Michelle Chen October 29, 2020
Exploring the stories of student activities affected by the events of 2020
Clashing views on the climate crisis

Clashing views on the climate crisis

Ritu Atreyas October 27, 2020
Exploring‌ ‌how the upcoming election has environmental consequences
A 2020 Presidential ‌Election Playlist

A 2020 Presidential ‌Election Playlist

Ritu Atreyas October 27, 2020
9 songs to listen to while waiting for election results
Education

Education

Abdullah Memon October 27, 2020
The 2020 presidential election could shape the future of colleges and universities
A heartfelt letter to the double-edged sword that has been the year 2020.

Dear 2020,

Oishee Misra October 26, 2020
Reflecting on how a bizarre year made me reevaluate my self-worth
Cupertino needs new progressive leadership

Cupertino needs new progressive leadership

Abdullah Memon October 23, 2020
Why we should elect JR Fruen and Hung Wei
Volume 51, Issue 1, September 23, 2020

Volume 51, Issue 1, September 23, 2020

September 23, 2020

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Lessons and legacies of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Lessons and legacies of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Oishee Misra September 20, 2020
We need to embrace the urgency to eliminate today’s rampant cynicism and idealism
The College Board: Not so Non-Profit

The College Board: Not so Non-Profit

Shreshta Ranganathan, Opinion Editor June 2, 2020

376. I spent a total of 376 dollars this year alone in order to register for 4 AP tests. When I paid my $376, I was told that I would be taking a two to three hour-long exam at Monta Vista High School....

Senior Stories

Senior Stories

A look into the high school experiences of members of the class of 2020
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