El Estoque

How COVID-19 has impacted sports clubs

DACA practices over quarantine with two people in one lane line. Photo used with permission from Jacqueleine Liu.

Elena Khan and Anna Jerolimov

September 22, 2020

The past seven months of shelter-in-place have required many student athletes to adjust to the cancellation of not only school sports, but also club sports tournaments. From college recruitment issues to lack of time to hone athletic skills, many student athletes, including senior and field hockey player ...

Remote learning doesn’t have to hinder connectivity during classes

Remote learning doesn’t have to hinder connectivity during classes

Leanna Sun

September 16, 2020

Simple actions while learning online can lead to a big difference

Physical Education from home presents unique challenges

Akshat Debanth utilizes these dumbbells from home to stay fit.

Anika Sharma

September 13, 2020

Students examine the pros and cons of taking PE classes during remote learning

The mask shaming game is not worth it

The mask shaming game is not worth it

Leanna Sun

September 13, 2020

Why resorting to debasing others won’t actually help with the pandemic

A quarantined summer

Patel, alongside his older brother and mother, takes a family photo.

Justine Ha and Shivani Madhan

September 12, 2020

Exploring how three members of the MVHS community spent the summer of 2020

Escaping behind my steering wheel

I clutch the wheel tightly as I drive to my behind-the-wheel test.

Tyler Cho

September 12, 2020

How being able to drive has helped me cope with shelter-in-place

A new voice

Choir teacher and Music Department Lead Amy Young at her Graduate Conducting Recital, which she gave in October 2019 as part of her Masters Degree in Choral Conducting from SJSU.

Michelle Chen and Krish Dev

September 11, 2020

New choir teacher Amy Young adjusts to MVHS and online learning

When life felt normal: MVHS edition

Photo used with permission | Kristen Hsieh

Justine Ha and Oishee Misra

June 1, 2020

Inspired by The New York Times, MVHS students reminisce on moments before COVID-19 cancellations