El Estoque

With you until the end: seniors and teachers reflect on their relationships

With you until the end: seniors and teachers reflect on their relationships

Claire Wen and Brian Xu

May 22, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, From the magazine

“I feel like teachers really do have that — Hi, Mr. Shelton!” It’s a Wednesday afternoon, 10 minutes after school has ended, when Yearbook Editor in chief Vanessa Lau spots Yearbook adviser Jay Shelton walking toward his car, cutting off mid-sentence to yell the greeting across the staff parki...

Staff members go above and beyond to help school

Staff members go above and beyond to help school

Lydia Seo

November 27, 2013


Filed under From the magazine, Print news

Two staff members are involved with security, while one manages college visits. Read More »...

Cracking the code

Cracking the code

Amrutha Dorai

October 22, 2012


Filed under Main slider, Multimedia, NEWS

  Students and teachers prepare for the first code red drill of the year Read More »...

Robotics engineering branches out

Robotics engineering branches out

Howard Lee

November 5, 2011


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

With the press of a button, the machine whirls to life, beeping steadily as its crab-like claw reaches for the crate in front of it. But this is not a scene from a sci-fi movie. This is what a small group of students are currently building. Everyday, during fourth period, a group of seven students from Ted Shinta’s Electronics class meet in ...

Shinta’s family farm

Shinta’s family farm

Rachel Lu

October 27, 2011


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Food, Multimedia

The Shinta Kawahara Co., a strawberry farm, has been in Woodshop teacher Ted Shinta's family ever since his father started it after World War II.

Fusing a sports team approach with an engineering mindset

Fusing a sports team approach with an engineering mindset

Vijeta Tandon

April 8, 2011


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

Robotics proves to be more than just math and science, with teamwork playing a large role Read More »...