El Estoque

The year of gold

The year of gold

Jayanti Jha, Shuvi Jha, Jefferson Lee, Tina Low, Jai Uparkar, and Claire Yang

September 27, 2019

Exploring multiple facets of MVHS culture in honor of its 50th anniversary

Out of line

Out of line

Jasmine Lee

September 22, 2019

If you called me an uncultured American teenager four years ago, past me would agree. What is Netflix? What are Snapchat streaks? What’s it like going to the movies with friends? I was a stranger to all the above throughout middle school and freshman year of high school.  According to PR NewsWire...

Rookie seniors in Color Guard

Rookie seniors in Color Guard

Jasmine Lee

September 22, 2019

From challenging stereotypes and bursting out of their personal bubbles to finding a new supportive family, seniors Karesa Hui, David Hui and Muhil Mylvaganan accomplished what many other seniors would shy away from — starting their last year of high school as first years  in an after school team...

Girls Volleyball: The Matadors lose to Palo Alto HS 3-1 in league play

Girls Volleyball: The Matadors lose to Palo Alto HS 3-1 in league play

Collin Qian and Anjali Singh

September 18, 2019

Going into the first home league game of the season, the MVHS girls varsity volleyball team went head to head against Palo Alto HS with three of their starting players injured and unable to play. Although MVHS was able to win the first set against PAHS, a team they had previously lost to in past s...

MV’s got your back

MV’s got your back

Sarah Young and Claire Yang

September 16, 2019

Why the new student ID cards contain suicide prevention information

FUHSD projections predict lower enrollment in coming years

FUHSD projections predict lower enrollment in coming years

Oishee Misra and Lakshanyaa Ganesh

August 22, 2019

MVHS population of 2019-20 is smaller than previous years

College crossroads: exploring four MVHS teachers’ unique college experiences

College crossroads: exploring four MVHS teachers’ unique college experiences

Brian Xu

June 2, 2019

As students navigate through their four years at MVHS, thoughts of college and careers undoubtedly brew in their minds. But amid the bustle of projects and exams, there is one group of people that is often drowned out — who have come from vastly different walks of life, pushed through college experiences...