El Estoque

Workers’ strikes in our community

SEIU 521 union conducts the second strike from their rolling strike at the Cupertino Library on October 19. Photo by Holly Okamura // Used with permission
Exploring the causes and effects of Amazon and Santa Clara County worker’s strikes
November 15, 2019
Exploring the causes and effects of Amazon and Santa Clara County worker’s strikes

Santa Clara County employees conduct a rolling strike in front of the Cupertino Library

A cluster of strikers participate in the call and response chant: When I say Union, you say power.
All Santa Clara County libraries shut down for one day to demand a better contract
October 21, 2019
All Santa Clara County libraries shut down for one day to demand a better contract

The power of poetry: Bringing creativity to Cupertino, one workshop at a time

The power of poetry: Bringing creativity to Cupertino, one workshop at a time
April 12, 2018

s teens trickled into the back of the Cupertino library, they were greeted by soft music and a smiling face — Cupertino’s current poet laureate, Laecey McCormick — teaching the first teens-only poetry...

(Mis)adventures at the Cupertino Library: Exploring the community

(Mis)adventures at the Cupertino Library: Exploring the community
September 3, 2014

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Students win first place at California Association of Teachers of English writing contest

Students win first place at California Association of Teachers of English writing contest
May 3, 2013

Sophomore Ann Fu and junior Allyson Gottlieb write fiction to express their love of literature. Sophomore Ann Fu mastered the art of reading in the shower when she was in the third grade. The book...

AADP hosts donor registry at Cupertino Library on March 25

AADP hosts donor registry at Cupertino Library on March 25
March 25, 2012

On March 25, the Asian American Donor Program held its fourth donor registry of the day, and one of the 29 drives it has held in the past month, at the Cupertino Library from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. According...

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