El Estoque

My parents always told me the key to success was eating well and sleeping well.

Eating well and sleeping well

Jayanti Jha January 22, 2021
The importance of giving yourself some grace
From serving as bonding events to fueling athletes in reaching their maximum potential, food is an integral part of an athletes’ experience. Whether it’s increasing intake of specific food groups to compensate for dietary restrictions or making their own meals, MVHS student-athletes have taken their diets into their own hands to make sure they’re “fuelin’ up.”

Fuelin’ Up

Anna Jerolimov, Jayanti Jha, Elena Khan, Lance Tong, and Brian Xu September 16, 2020
Exploring how food affects athletes before and during the COVID-19 pandemic
Live coverage of COVID-19 (coronavirus) at MVHS

Live coverage of COVID-19 (coronavirus) at MVHS

Hannah Lee March 12, 2020
Updates on the impacts of COVID-19, more commonly referred to as coronavirus
Uncovering Project Nightingale: Google accesses Fitbit records

Uncovering Project Nightingale: Google accesses Fitbit records

Rachel Jiang and Emily Xia January 8, 2020
Google receiving medical files stirs controversy
Breaking down the nutrition of 16-ounce drinks: Whats in a drink?

Breaking down the nutrition of 16-ounce drinks: What’s in a drink?

Charlotte Chui December 20, 2019
Breaking down the nutritional information of popular 16-ounce drinks
A Heroes Run Volunteer helps a girl cross a section from the obstacle course. This was one of the attractions at the Heroes Run this year.

Annual Heroes Run aims to improve healthcare for children

Tanish Mendki November 24, 2019
Exploring the community event directed toward making child healthcare more affordable
A glimpse into the different types of self-care students at MVHS employ

Reputations: Self-care

Emily Xia November 24, 2019
Looking at how MVHS students maintain their personal health
End the stigma

End the stigma

Jasmine Lee and Sreya Kumar November 23, 2019

Taking out a pad is a daunting task. Your eyes briefly scan the classroom before subtly sliding it up your sleeve. Your feet calmly carry you out the door before you start making a dash toward the restroom....

Graphic by Annie Zhang

Clinical psychologist Holly Marie-Arce breaks down the differences between depression and sadness

Rachel Jiang and Annie Zhang November 21, 2019
Investigating the differences between "synonymous" terminologies
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Lone Ranger: A factor for depression

Rachel Jiang November 5, 2019
Investigating the connection between mental illness and individualism promoted by our community
In order to raise public awareness and pro-activeness towards diabetes, bikers from around Cupertino came to bike and donate to the fund. Photo by Alyssa Umino

Cycling fundraiser: Ride4Diabetes

Sarah Young, Alyssa Umino, and Annie Zhang September 16, 2019
Annual biking event supports diabetes advocacy on Sept. 8
Graphic by Emily Xia

Sweet Addiction: What it’s like being addicted to sodas

Emily Xia, Jasmine Lee, and Claire Yang May 17, 2018
The influences of sodas and stories of attachment to them
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