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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

FUHSD parents Rosario Rivera and Claudia Camacho listen to a live Spanish translation during the Boards Sept. 19 pre-mapping public hearing.

Facing north

Giljoon Lee, Shannon Yu, Ellie Wang, and Alyssa Yang September 30, 2023
Exploring how transitioning to By-Trustee-Area elections will affect FUHSD in North Sunnyvale
The FUHSD Board of Trustees holds a public hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Balanced voices

Jason Chu, Lauren Chuu, and Stella Petzova September 28, 2023

The FUHSD Board of Trustees passed a resolution to “transition Governing Board elections from At-Large Elections to By-Trustee Area Elections” on March 7, 2023, basing elections on trustee areas instead...

Another message from an ASB candidate for a vote

ASB candidates, please stop DMing us

Lance Tong March 17, 2021
Why campaigns DMing people individually is disingenuous
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2020 Year in review

Rachel Jiang and Shivani Verma January 5, 2021
Reflecting on the events of 2020
The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court

Leanna Sun October 27, 2020
What Supreme Court Justice Judge Amy Coney Barrett means for the future of the country
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Ballot Box

Exploring local politics in our community

MVHS students help council member Rishi Kumar adapt to COVID-19 while he runs for Congress

Rachel Jiang June 19, 2020
How political campaigns have changed in the pandemic era
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Running for MVHS office

Collin Qian, Visuals Editor March 31, 2020

“F--- off,” “I already voted !” or no reply at all. These are just a few of the responses I got when walking around campus during lunch campaigning for MVHS elections. I’ve ran for MV office...

Women’s Suffrage and the Voter’s Choice Act

Anushka De and Andie Liu November 15, 2019
The passage of the Voter’s Choice Act makes it easier for Californian voters to cast their ballot
Meet the new 2016-17 ASB officer team

Meet the new 2016-17 ASB officer team

Amanda Chan April 7, 2016
Newly elected ASB officers reflect on past experiences in leadership and share their ideas for next year
Meet the Cupertino City Council candidates

Meet the Cupertino City Council candidates

Elia Chen November 3, 2014
A look at the City Council candidates’ backgrounds and political platforms
The 2017 class officers stand in front their class’s rally poster at the Welcome Back rally. The officers were elected by students from their respective middle schools in May 2013. Used with permission of Lian Song.

2017 class officers chosen in early elections

Colin Ni August 26, 2013
Typically held in September, the freshman class officer elections were instead held in May due to earlier Homecoming schedule.
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