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Leo Club holds cookie decorating station

Leo Club holds cookie decorating station

Charlotte Chui, Entertainment Editor

September 20, 2019

tudents crowded around a table in the rally court, spooning colorful sprinkles onto sugar cookies, writing down random acts of kindness, or taking bites out of their frosting-covered treat at lunch on Thursday, Sept. 12. For the fourth day of Lions Week, Leo Club, a service organization on campus, s...

Leo Club volunteers at 36th annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Leo Club volunteers at 36th annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Charlotte Chui

April 29, 2019

n Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28, Cupertino residents enjoyed a weekend of festivities at the 36th annual Cherry Blossom Festival, which honors the friendly relationship between Cupertino and its sister city, Toyokawa, located in Japan. Running from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, the event was host...

Q&A: Mr. Key Club

Q&A: Mr. Key Club

Shivani Gupta, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

MVHS Key Club has participated in a number of events throughout the school year, from the baby blanket making event in November to the Mr. Key Club male pageant that took place on Saturday, March 2nd at Palo Alto High School. MVHS Key Club President and senior Alison Wu, member and senior Jasmine Tsai ...

A letter to the refugees

A letter to the refugees

Tabitha Mendez

January 27, 2019

A column on my visit to Tijuana, Mexico

Leo Club holds interest meeting

Leo Club holds interest meeting

Charlotte Chui, Copy Editor

September 28, 2018

n Sept. 14, students swarmed into room B105 with anticipation for Leo Club’s interest meeting and the promise of free pearl milk tea. Within a few minutes of the lunch bell, students filled the seats and crowded around the front of the classroom, anxiously awaiting the start of the meeting. Leo ...

Leo Club volunteers at Faria Walkaround

Leo Club volunteers at Faria Walkaround

Charlotte Chui and Ria Kolli

April 9, 2018

On March 30, Leo Club members volunteered at Faria Elementary School’s walkaround, an annual event for students to raise money for the school, which took place from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Students collect pledge donations prior to the walkaround, and on the day of the event, they each have a lap car...

A holiday full of giving

A holiday full of giving

Jai Uparkar

December 12, 2017

uring the holidays, many students at MVHS travel to lavish places or spend precious time with their family. However, others spend their weekend at donation centers and community houses trying to provide for the people that live there. Working in these places, the students learn many different lessons a...

Not another number: Students who freely volunteer for their community

Not another number: Students who freely volunteer for their community

Claire Yang

November 17, 2017

hroughout high school, volunteering often has a reputation for being just another activity to impress colleges. However for many people, acquiring hours is the main goal. For some students like sophomore Jack Tian, volunteering is more than just a number. He currently volunteers through the Califor...

Leo Club holds informational meeting

Leo Club holds informational meeting

Charlotte Chui

September 12, 2017

With the ring of the lunch bell, students file into room B105 for MVHS Leo Club’s first meeting of the year and with the promise of free pizza. Within minutes, there are no empty seats left and students fill the sides of the room, waiting for the meeting to begin. The interest meeting, held on Sept....

Keeping the Club Active

Keeping the Club Active

Jasmine Lee

September 8, 2017

Many MVHS students are involved in volunteering, and numerous clubs on campus provide community service opportunities. As a part of the Division 34 South Penguins, Key Club is the oldest service club, which has been established around nationally for 92 years. Throughout his years of being an active club...

Leo club holds formal induction for its members

Leo club holds formal induction for its members

Devika Watave

November 5, 2016

n Saturday, Oct. 29, The members of Leo Club met at Jollyman Park. They were joined by representatives from their parent organization, the Lions, to hold an induction and formally admit the new MVHS members into the club. All of the members recited a pledge off of a written script that would official...