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Addressing climate change

Addressing climate change

Examining the approach to climate change on four different levels
Seniors Shivani Verma and Esha Ramchurn stand in the front as MV Dance Team performs an in-sync whole team routine. Photo by Krish Dev

The MV Dance team hosts “A December to Remember”

Melody Cui, Krish Dev, and Gauri Manoj December 25, 2021
Students perform in their first showcase since quarantine
Marvel’s latest film smoothly interweaves the past and the present together. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is a feat of nostalgia

Melody Cui and Sophia Ma December 22, 2021
Marvel’s latest film smoothly interweaves the past and the present together
Examining how the government is handling the climate crisis through a set of bills and rulings

Federal regulations advance the national approach to climate change

Melody Cui December 10, 2021
Examining how the government is handling the climate crisis through a set of bills and rulings
Examining the impact of social media platforms in light of new accusatory claims

Profits over People: How Facebook’s internal designs and systems harm its users

Melody Cui December 5, 2021
Examining the impact of social media platforms in light of new accusatory claims
The main parking lot and outside of Monta Vista High School.

Grade distribution analysis from the first progress report

Melody Cui and Krish Dev November 14, 2021

The first grading period of the school year ended on Sept. 21, with a total of 263 D and 239 F grades. There were more failing grades this year compared to pre-pandemic levels in 2019, but data obtained...

Competition season is back

Competition season is back

Showcasing MVHS organizations in action
Via-Cupertino has a total of nine vans; most of them have bike racks and two are wheelchair accessible. Vans can be identified by their Via logo and City of Cupertino graphic.

Via-Cupertino rideshare returns as pandemic restrictions loosen

Melody Cui October 27, 2021
The community shuttle resumes its services as COVID-19 cases drop
Cyclists use the separated bike lane on McClellan Road to avoid possible car accidents. Photo courtesy of the City of Cupertino

Bike lane separation on McClellan Road named “project of the year”

Tanish Mendki and Melody Cui October 24, 2021
Silicon Valley Chapter of the American Public Works Society calls the construction “a key step in combating climate change”
In the 18th installment of the recurring series, El Estoque asks Jim Birdsong 50 questions

50 Questions with Jim Birdsong

Melody Cui October 13, 2021
In the 18th installment of the recurring series, El Estoque asks Jim Birdsong 50 questions
Community members share their opinions on the US leaving Afghanistan

A forever war ends: The comic version

Melody Cui, Sophia Ma, and Minjae Kang October 12, 2021
Community members share their opinions on the US leaving Afghanistan
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