El Estoque

Different memories of the old cafeteria

Atharva Fulay February 15, 2013

Christopher: Here‘s to slime-less tables and unbruised backs.   One might expect that I’d have formed some sort of connection or love for the building that has served me day after day for the...

Selective outrage at selective censorship is unfair

Selective outrage at selective censorship is unfair

Smitha Gundavajhala April 8, 2012

In the ongoing debate about first amendment rights, an oft-contested concept has been that of levels of censorship in various media. It makes sense that professional publications would be held to a higher...

Bake, blog, share

Bake, blog, share

Tiffany Lau April 28, 2010

Senior Yujia Ding keeps a food blog to share her baking recipes with others  Tumblr is the new fad. A typical blog post consists of daily complaints, worries, achievements and life. However,...

A new life

A new life

Aafreen Mahmood March 4, 2010

The aftermath of the accident A week after the accident, we thought Milo was doing well. He was hopping around pretty quickly on three legs and not screaming as much as before when we were changing...

Unfortunate accident

Unfortunate accident

Aafreen Mahmood February 18, 2010

 Milo and my mom get hit by a car On Feb. 10, I'm half asleep when I picked up my cell phone at 6:08 p.m. At first, I didn't hear or understand what my mom was saying until I heard through her...

The way we are

The way we are

Aafreen Mahmood September 23, 2009

Am I like him? Or is he like me? Last weekend a relative brought her black, one-pound, two-month-old teacup chihuahua over to my house, and my 14-pound dog was scared out of his mind. And her name was...

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