El Estoque

Recycle, reduce, reuse BournVita jars

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How I dealt with a bout of eco-grief
December 16, 2020
How I dealt with a bout of eco-grief

An Earth Day promise

An Earth Day promise
COVID-19 presents an opportunity to pursue climate action with renewed vigor
April 22, 2020
COVID-19 presents an opportunity to pursue climate action with renewed vigor

The symbol of a face mask in America versus Asia

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Examining the reasons why Americans aren’t encouraged to wear masks as opposed to Asian countries
April 14, 2020
Examining the reasons why Americans aren’t encouraged to wear masks as opposed to Asian countries

Via Cupertino introduced as new rideshare service by Cupertino City Council

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Exploring the micro-transit system’s impact on the community
February 12, 2020
Exploring the micro-transit system’s impact on the community

The effects of toxic masculinity in a high school environment

The effects of toxic masculinity in a high school environment
Individuals share experiences and perspectives on the popular phrase
November 15, 2019
Individuals share experiences and perspectives on the popular phrase

Fighting fire in the digital age

Fighting fire in the digital age
Seniors Aditya Shah and Sanjana Shah developed a Wildfire Sensor device that has attracted Google’s attention
January 2, 2019

On Mon., Oct. 29, senior Aditya Shah participated in a panel at the Google Event Center in Sunnyvale to launch Google’s Artificial Intelligence Impact Challenge and was interviewed by Chief Operating...

Planting trees for Silicon Valley

Planting trees for Silicon Valley
CSF volunteers gain greater appreciation for Our City Forest Nursery and environment
December 7, 2018

Four classes, one room

Four classes, one room
Classes with students of varying grade levels offer inter-grade bonding
November 18, 2018

When freshmen first enter MVHS, a change they must adapt to is the size of the school. Most middle schools in the area contain no more than 600 students, whereas MVHS’ total enrollment for the 2018-19...

Problems for Oroville Dam

Problems for Oroville Dam
February 26, 2017

alif. has been experiencing a heavy amount of rain in the past couple of weeks, and the empty, cracked and dried reservoirs are filling up just as they had shriveled up when the drought first occurred....

6 simple ways to conserve natural resources at school

October 28, 2013

Aug. 20 of this year was Earth Overshoot Day, the day we have surpassed the amount of resources that could be sustainably used in a year. Each year we are are using up our year’s worth of supplies faster;...

City Council to vote on reusable bag ordinance supported by Sierra Club

As part of their effort to pass a reusable bag ordinance, Sierra Club has been working to gain support from the community. A significant portion of its activities includes a petition in support of the reusable bag ordinance. Logo taken from sierraclub.org.
January 14, 2013

On Tuesday, Jan. 15, Cupertino City Council will vote on the Reusable Bag Ordinance. If passed, the ordinance will require stores within Cupertino to charge a minimal fee for plastic bags in an attempt...

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