El Estoque

Boys soccer: Team blown out 0-3 against Los Altos HS

Boys soccer: Team blown out 0-3 against Los Altos HS

Becca Zheng

January 10, 2017

ith the wind blowing in their faces and the rain soaking their jerseys, the MVHS boys soccer team stepped onto the damp field ready to play Los Altos HS on Jan. 3. In some of the worst conditions this area has to offer — high winds, pouring rain and low temperatures, MVHS lost the match 0-3 after ...

Pouring through El Niño

Pouring through El Niño

Grace Zhou

February 4, 2016

Co-authored by Ada Chen. iant puddles in the middle of the Academic Quad, the sound of droplets pounding against the roof, wet and muddy socks tossed into the laundry — these are all signs of El Niño, a series of climatic changes that are hitting the Equatorial Pacific because of fluctuating ocean...

Food Services prepare for rain, tents or awnings to provide cover

Food Services prepare for rain, tents or awnings to provide cover

Colin Ni

November 11, 2013

Cupertino receives the highest levels of precipitation and wind in the months of December, January and February, according to The Weather Channel. Before cafeteria construction began, students would be sheltered from rain while waiting in line and eating. Now, with food trucks replacing the old c...

Mr. Sunshine

Mr. Sunshine

Aafreen Mahmood

April 13, 2010

Spring and Milo are the best of friends    Read More »

Rain, rain go away

Rain, rain go away

Eric Wong

March 7, 2010

It's just a little rain — until the field is flooded and the soccer game is canceled Read More »...

Hydrophobic dog

Hydrophobic dog

Aafreen Mahmood

January 30, 2010

Milo faces his greatest fear of water during these rainy days Read More »...

From the Stands: Rain. Rain. Don’t go away!

From the Stands: Rain. Rain. Don’t go away!

Christian Fatoohi

November 12, 2008

Rain is driving many fans away from games. Read More »...