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Reflecting on Zoomcoming

Reflecting on Zoomcoming

Amber Milesi, Staff Writer March 30, 2021

Unlike the usual week-long Homecoming experience that culminates in a Friday rally, football game and Saturday dance, this year's Zoomcoming went remote and included various social media challenges, online...

Senior Skylar Ploshay dribbles the ball across the field.

Man on the street: Captains on their most important leadership trait

Melody Cui and Riya Ravuri February 10, 2021
Captains of MVHS sports teams share the reasoning behind their preferred leadership traits
Lu and Zhou pose with their paperback versions of

Tempo: Two teenagers’ perspectives on the pace of life

Anjali Singh January 5, 2021
Seniors Jasmine Lu and Alice Zhou release a collection of poetry and literary pieces on mental health and young adulthood
Van Buren referees at a Cupertino Hoops boys basketball game on Jan. 19, 2013.

COVID-19’s impact on Cupertino Hoops

Anna Jerolimov October 26, 2020
Exploring players’ and referees’ reactions to the potential canceling of the winter basketball season
Introverts vs extroverts in lockdown

Introverts vs extroverts in lockdown

Collin Qian and Shreshta Ranganathan April 10, 2020

With school closed and lockdown in place, students are forced to stay at home and find new routines for themselves. However, the ways through which introverted and extroverted students adapt have both...

Our cultures in food

Our cultures in food

Exploring the cultural significance of Asian food and its representation in America
Girls Basketball: Matadors emerge victorious with a 45-33 win against Fremont HS

Girls Basketball: Matadors emerge victorious with a 45-33 win against Fremont HS

Sreya Kumar and Tyler Cho January 12, 2019
With some hiccups in the game MVHS rebounds after narrow game against Gunn HS
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