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The Helmet Game 2019

Joan Thyagarajan
November 14, 2019

Everything was set last Friday, Oct. 25, when the Cupertino and Monta Vista football teams stepped onto the turf and got ready to begin the year’s annual helmet game. Students from Monta Vista were eager to see if their team could grasp the title this year, while Tino students chanted “Keep the helmet! Keep the helmet!” The game began with a slow start for Cupertino, receiving the ball at...

Calvin Anderson
November 7, 2019

Recently, ASB (Associated Student Body) has been making its way through major changes. From the implementation of the feedback form along with the upcoming petition for transparency, the face of the student government is looking at a move towards implementing more student involvement into its decision-making process. Changes in ASB initiated from the individual student councils. More specifically, in the 2021 council, changes kicked off with a decision never seen before, a homecoming rally sing-along...

Maia Matsushita
November 7, 2019

Dear Nobody, Here are the heinous crimes I am committing you of: Stealing my pencil case full of stationery I’ve collected over four years from Japan; Stealing my cosmetics pouch that I was quite fond of because of the “Follow me on Instagram” plastered across it (I now regret not writing in my handle); Stealing my long sleeved Brandy Melville “New York” shirt with minor bleach stains that I attempted to cover up with a blue whiteboard marker. You may have seen the five stages...

Ending the Stigma Against Career Over Passion

Leo Rassieur
May 30, 2018

“Take senior year easy, and just focus on the things that you are truly passionate about,” is probably the phrase most likely to cause juniors at CHS to tune out the rest of the conversation. But it isn’t our fault; many students at our school have grown tired of the same-old-same-old adages advising against doing things solely intended to advance their academic careers. We hear our teachers...

CHS Basketball Defeats Oakland Tech at CCS

Suchetha Kalluri
March 10, 2019

Tuesday, February 26, 2019, was an important day for Cupertino High School’s basketball team, with a monumental win in a new tournament. The varsity team played at the Norcal basketball tournament in Oakland, Calif., winning against Oakland Tech with a fantastic upset. The road to this victory was not easy. The team made it to the critical Central Coast Section (CCS) tournament but lost in the...

Sydney Liao
September 29, 2019

Juliet Shearin
September 17, 2019

Getting A Driver’s License In High School: The Good and The Bad

October 24, 2019

A Letter to Our Childhood Innocence

October 6, 2019

Amir the Entrepreneur

October 6, 2019

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Quiz: Can you guess where these obscure pictures were taken?
Quiz: Which Club Should You Join?

Quiz: Which Club Should You Join?

September 17, 2019

Which “Friends” Character Are You?

Which “Friends” Character Are You?

May 17, 2017

How Staff Savvy are you?

How Staff Savvy are you?

May 9, 2017

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Japanese Martial Artists: Megu Kanzawa, Kotomi Inaba

Kristine McLaughlin – Athlete of the Month

October 6, 2019

Prepare for Sports Season (satire)

October 6, 2019

Uneven Distribution of Money in Sports

October 6, 2019

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