El Estoque

Social Science teacher Hilary Barron shares a photo of her daughter, Elizabeth Julien. Photo by Hilary Barron | Used with permission

Staff baby boom leads to long-term substitutes

Devin Gupta and Jisha Rajala October 3, 2021
Exploring staff and students’ reactions to long-term sub situations
Los Gatos High School by David Sawyer is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

BREAKING: Los Altos High School bomb threat threatens Homecoming football game

Devin Gupta and Lance Tong October 1, 2021
Reports of a dangerous device at LAHS proves a false alarm
MVHS alumni returned to enjoy the Night Market with friends.

Cupertino Night Market

Devin Gupta, Managing and Web Editor September 27, 2021
Cupertino Chamber of Commerce resumes its annual Night Market after COVID-19
Insight Diagnostics admisters COVID-19 rapid antigen and PCR testing on Wednesdays in front of the auditorium.

FUHSD implements on-campus COVID-19 procedures

Devin Gupta, Managing and Web Editor September 26, 2021
Exploring how students diagnosed with COVID-19 are quarantined
Monta Vista defends against Homestead

Girls Basketball: Monta Vista loses to Homestead 43-35

Devin Gupta, Irene Tang, and Mikaylah Du May 2, 2021
Varsity loses its fifth game of the season
Graphic by Rachel Jiang

Plotting the Future

Examining course allocations at MVHS through the lens of declining enrollment

Part 2: The Process

Devin Gupta and Andie Liu April 1, 2021
Examining how MVHS makes course allocation decisions
Biology Teacher Kenneth Gan recollects his first job as a carnie.

50 Questions with Kenneth Gan

Devin Gupta, News and Web Editor March 30, 2021
In the 14th installment of the recurring series, El Estoque asks Kenneth Gan 50 questions
Junior Shervin Jalilvand passes a long ball into the midfield.

Boys Soccer: MVHS defeats Cupertino High School 1-0

Devin Gupta, News and Web Editor March 21, 2021
The team secures its first win post-pandemic despite struggles with team chemistry
A womans arm is being cleaned in preparation for the vaccine injection.

Don’t Miss Your Shot

Scientists used RNA technology to create the COVID-19 vaccine, yet its fast-paced development and distribution caused concerns about side effects as vaccines are administered to essential workers.
Jessica Ridgway recieves the vaccine.

Phase 2: The Distribution

Devin Gupta and Jannah Sheriff February 12, 2021
Exploring the success and opinions surrounding the first wave distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine
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