Pulse: singing valentines

Students share their thoughts on singing valentines Each year for Valentine’s Day, Variations and Bella Voce sell singing valentines to raise money for the music department as well as serenade students across campus. These cards and singing performances allow students to display love and affection to their significant other, as well as embarrass their friends. Some enjoy …

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It doesn’t take Calculus to integrate ELD students

Breaking the divide between ELD and American-born students starts from understanding why it exists in the first place If not the high scoring students and the plethora of tea joints scattered across the town, Cupertino prides itself on one thing: ethnic diversity along with its cultural integration into a “white” society. And yes, it is …

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Roots Christian Club shows movie, ‘God’s Not Dead’

The club hopes to help students relax before finals and stand up for their faith through movie showing The week before finals is notorious for causing a lack of sleep, high stress levels, and anxious cramming. Each year, the Roots Christian Club chooses to help students lower their stress levels by showing movies related to …

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Taking initiative with conflict calendars

Conflict calendars should be written on and utilized more Most of us have seen the bright white poster paper taped on that cabinet, window, or whiteboard. Some are filled with the tests, events and orals of busy students, while others remain blank, untouched, almost as if they’re just any other normal calendar. Conflict calendars are …

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