El Estoque

Senior Anju Jain responds to a question asking what the most interesting place she has been to is.

One chair, four stories

Shivani Gupta, Entertainment editor March 19, 2020
Getting to know all of the students who share a chair throughout the day
Hear it from a pro: Sophomore Zachary Chow’s path to competitive archery

Hear it from a pro: Sophomore Zachary Chow’s path to competitive archery

Roshan Fernandez October 12, 2017

Additional reporting by Emma Lam. ophomore Zachary Chow was only seven years old when he shot his first arrow. While attending a church retreat at Camp Koinonia near Santa Cruz, Chow noticed the camp’s...

Sophomores prepare for 2017 Powderpuff

Sophomores prepare for 2017 Powderpuff

Aanchal Garg March 10, 2017

A crowd in the bleachers, cheerleaders on the track and players reviewing the playbook. Although this sounds like the scene for the MVHS football team playing under the Friday night lights, it isn’t;...

Freshman wins Google Science Fair with diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's disease

Freshman wins Google Science Fair with diagnostic tool for Alzheimer’s disease

Bill Cheng October 23, 2015

magine standing before a panel of 14 judges, all representatives from well-known and prestigious organizations such as National Geographic and The Lego Group. Imagine the triumph of victory or the...

Powderpuff 2015 v 2016: what happened?

Mihir Joshi March 12, 2014

A look into how the game ended, and why there will be a rematch After the juniors scored the first touchdown early in the game, the sophomores threw thrice, the third of which made it into the endzone,...

VIDEO: Class officers collaborate for Mother's Day fundraiser

VIDEO: Class officers collaborate for Mother’s Day fundraiser

Sara Yang May 14, 2012

From about noon on Saturday to noon on Sunday, they tackled the tasks at hand: purchasing vases, peeling the stickers from their glass bottoms; buying bunches of roses, carnations and baby’s breath,...

unior Bobak Ohadi carries sophomore Baris Demirlioglu after scoring the game-tying score within the last minute of the game. With Photo by Rachel Lu

Boys soccer: Last minute magic leads to 1-1 tie

Rachel Lu February 5, 2012

Los Gatos has been having a strong season with seven wins in seven league games. A perfect 7-0-0 record, Los Gatos was looking to add on another win to their perfect record on Feb. 1. The Matadors...

Fire alarms on May 19 not a drill

Fire alarms on May 19 not a drill

Sara Yang May 20, 2011

Small fire in chemistry class causes student to pull the alarm Shortly after filing into classrooms, students began filing out when fire alarms sounded on May 19 during the first 15 minutes of sixth...

Best of both worlds: merging two educational spheres into one class

Best of both worlds: merging two educational spheres into one class

Sara Yang May 18, 2011

World Studies offers sophomores interdisciplinary opportunity, combines core classes When he was in high school, history teacher Nick Bonacorsi took AP US History. His teacher forever impacted his...

Where no one knows your name

Where no one knows your name

Sara Yang June 1, 2010

Two students return from a weekend leadership conference with positive experiences Imagine being in a place where no one knows your name, no one knows who you are and vice versa. ...

When minutes matter

When minutes matter

Sara Yang November 5, 2009

Officials acted quickly when student bicyclist was hit by a car at the crosswalk on Oct. 20    Minutes matter — trying to get to school on time or to the scene of an accident on time.   On...

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