• March 14Hundreds of El Mo students "lie in" for 17 minutes

  • March 14Renowned physicist, Stephen Hawking passes

  • March 11'Black Panther' surpasses $1 billion in global box office

  • February 4Eagles edge out Patriots to win Super Bowl LII

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“Your” doing it wrong

“Your” doing it wrong

Maria Vital, Misc. Editor

November 16, 2013


Filed under Columns, Feature, Focus

Spelling has been an ongoing struggle for millions of people since they first learned to read and write.  However, enough is enough. Within the past decade, teens have revolutionized spelling, especially in social media.  Words likes "totally" and "perfect" have been shortened to "totes" and "perf."...

Christmas Music: Festive or Frustrating?

Christmas Music: Festive or Frustrating?

Megan Cox, Staff Writer

November 12, 2013


Filed under Columns, Music, Showcase

Thanksgiving ended yesterday and already your ears are bombarded with jolly Christmas tunes at just about every public place you go. Sure, Christmas music can be fun and lighten the mood, and Christmas caroling can be a very good time, but twenty-seven days filled with nonstop seasonal music can sometimes...

Cell Phones VS The World

Cell Phones VS The World

Emily Del Rosario, Staff Writer

November 8, 2013


Filed under Columns, Showcase

In this day and age, it is not unusual to see people walking around talking or texting on their cell phones. It has become such a common part of our society that no one ever questions the person using the phone. Despite this frequency, if you were to take the time and look at these cell phone users,...

The X Factor: The Couple to Watch

The X Factor: The Couple to Watch

Heidi Choi, Staff Writer

November 7, 2013


Filed under Columns, Media&Arts, Music, Showcase

This duo from Florida came out strong since day one. Alex and Sierra first auditioned for the third season of The X Factor and easily received four yeses by the judges with a sultry cover of “Toxic” by Britney Spears. The audience instantly fell in love with their talent, chemistry, and personal...

When I Was a Young Adult

When I Was a Young Adult

Denisse Brito, Front Editor

November 7, 2013


Filed under Columns

Spring break is a hypothetical hiatus from the hectic demands’ expected out of students. Most scholars decide to be kids, and choose to forget the wretched classroom setting to enjoy two full weeks of pure freedom. To our dismay, teachers adjudicate a monumental amount of homework to complete over t...

Don’t Tread on Me

Don’t Tread on Me

Samantha Stenson, Fringe Editor

November 5, 2013


Filed under Columns, Showcase

The teenage cliché seems to be that we love to challenge authority and express individualism, so why not translate that into our politics? Sure, teenagers and politics don’t necessarily coincide but why shouldn’t they? To perfectly emphasize your love of freedom and disdain towards authoritarianism,...

The Girls Ask Guys Dance

The Girls Ask Guys Dance

Heidi Choi, Staff Writer

October 30, 2013


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Sadie Hawkins has been a traditional school dance for many years where the roles switch and the ladies have the opportunity to ask the guys to the dance. But who is Sadie Hawkins? Sadie Hawkins was not an actual person but a character from the L’il Abner comic strip created by Al Capp in 1937. She lived...

How To Throw A Successful Thanksgiving Party

How To Throw A Successful Thanksgiving Party

Angel Vasquez, El Mo News Editor

October 29, 2013


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Would you like to have the Thanksgiving party of the year? Well follow these simple steps and you will become the dinner party king. Tip one: The Way you dress is important and lets your guest know how much you care. Study shows that if people are around bright colored items they will tend to be...

Are You Ready to Leave the Nest?

Are You Ready to Leave the Nest?

Emily Del Rosario, Staff Writer

October 25, 2013


Filed under Columns, Showcase

College. It is the one word that most students strive towards. This word can be scary or exciting, depending on the student. Schools and parents are responsible for raising a child with the necessary tools they need, but are students really prepared for the unknown? Education is the top, or at least...

Halloween’s Fashion Frights

Halloween’s Fashion Frights

Megan Cox, Staff Writer

October 15, 2013


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Stroll through any costume shop and you’re bound to notice a significant difference between male and female costumes. For example, if you look for male and female batman costumes you’ll find two completely different get-ups. The male’s costume will most likely cover his entire body and depict the...

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Sample Student, News Editor

July 19, 2012


Filed under Columns, El Mo News, Feature, Focus, Media&Arts, Music, Sports, Style

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July 19, 2012


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