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El Estoque

The Student News Site of Monta Vista High School

El Estoque

The Student News Site of Monta Vista High School

El Estoque

The Cupertino Historical Society acquired two mannequins for the center display: one of Painless Parker, and one of a patient getting his teeth pulled.

Painless Parker rolls into the Cupertino Historical Society

Lillian Wang September 16, 2023
New exhibit on famous Cupertino dentist opens Sept. 15
Santa Clara County Supervisors plan to build affordable housing on this site near North Wolfe Road.

Closer to home

Brandon Xu May 31, 2023

An ongoing project for affordable teacher housing is currently underway at 10333 North Wolfe Road, Cupertino and is intended to help decrease the commute time for local teachers traveling to work. Santa...

The booths set up around the Library Square included many AAPI communities that set up traditional decorations around the area.

AAPI Silicon Valley hosts multicultural diversity festival

Mihir Vishwarupe May 22, 2023
An event that showcased a variety of A.A.P.I. communities across the Bay Area
Gail Fretwell-Hugger stands in the Cupertino Historical Museum holding two books about Cupertinos history. Photo by Alan Tai

From past to present

Alan Tai May 13, 2023
Highlighting the people working to preserve Cupertino’s history

The people of the Earth and Arbor Day Festival

Kathryn Foo and Alan Tai May 1, 2023
A look into how the community supports the environment
Cupertino High School sophomore Lara Gupta hands custom Silicon Valley Youth Climate Action T-shirts to community members.

Cupertino celebrates sustainability at the Earth and Arbor Day Festival

Sarah Liu April 24, 2023
Community members come together to commemorate Earth Day
High winds cause a tree to fall on Mann Drive, blocking a parking lot and the sidewalk.

BREAKING NEWS: Bomb cyclone hits Cupertino

Ananya Chaudhary January 5, 2023

A bomb cyclone over the Pacific Ocean brought powerful storms to the Bay Area starting Wednesday, Jan. 4, causing heavy rain, high wind warnings and power outages in Santa Clara County.  Cupertino...

Georgia Gerbers The Dancers was installed in the Cupertino Library in 2004

Uncovering inspiration behind local public art

Sagnik Nag Chowdhury and Kripa Mayureshwar December 22, 2022
Exploring artists and the stories behind sculptures in Cupertino
Govind Tatachari is the Vice Mayor of the Cupertino Housing Commission.

Govind Tatachari

Sarah Liu and Sonia Verma October 26, 2022

Govind Tatachari, a Cupertino resident for 29 years, first started participating in city activities in 2012. Now, he currently serves as the Vice Chair for Cupertino’s Housing Commission. Tatachari is...

Yuko Shima has been a Cupertino resident for 15 years.

Yuko Shima

Sarah Liu and Sonia Verma October 26, 2022

Yuko Shima has been a Cupertino resident for about 14 years and decided to run for City Council after the Santa Clara County Democratic Party asked if she was interested in running for local office.  Shima...

Steven Scharf is a former mayor of Cupertino.

Steven Scharf

Sarah Liu and Sonia Verma October 26, 2022

Stephen Scharf, a resident of Cupertino since 1999, has served as a Cupertino Mayor for two years and is running for re-election this November. Scharf believes that he has increased transparency between...

Sheila Mohan has worked for Santa Clara County for over 20 years.

Sheila Mohan

Sarah Liu and Sonia Verma October 26, 2022

Sheila Mohan is a longtime Cupertino resident, having lived in the city for more than 30 years. During her time here, she has volunteered in various community activities and worked as a Cupertino Fine...

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