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The Frogs Big Reveal

“The Frogs” Big Reveal

Heather Chell, Front Page Editor December 17, 2021

 EL Modena Theater Arts’ first play of the year, The Frogs, was a cool dramatic spectacle. The simple and easy-to-follow storytelling with fun pop culture references immersed you into the story.     The...

In a Whirlwind of Numbers

Jacob Boyd, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2021

   Life In A Whirlwind of Numbers by David W. Dahlberg was a book I did not want to admit would be beneficial for me to read when I came to terms with the fact that I was living with a severe case of...

The Purebred Performance of the Pandemic

The Purebred Performance of the Pandemic

Finn Drageset, Arts & Entertainment Editor November 29, 2021

  The National Dog show has been an ongoing event held every Thanksgiving since 1879, started by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia. This two-day national competition features every pure dog breed, as well...

Car Corner: 1998 Toyota 4Runner

Jacob Boyd & Olivia Frazier, Editors-in-Chief October 29, 2021

   Our eyes remain glazed on the road, not caring to do so much as flick to the side to observe the endless sea of black, white and silver cars. Luckily though, our eyes get the pleasure of seeing a...

Fall Fun With Treats in The Streets

Fall Fun With Treats in The Streets

Daniel Barragan, Focus Editor October 29, 2021

After last year’s uncertainty regarding Halloween events and plans, it's safe to say that we are beginning to go back to normal. The City of Orange is holding its annual Treats in the Streets Autumn...

Walk for the Cure

Walk for the Cure

Madison Brehm, Photographer October 29, 2021

     Have you ever thought about being a part of Walk for the Cure? This fundraising event for breast cancer awareness is an amazing opportunity to honor those who have had or still have breast...

A Rootin Tootin Time

A Rootin Tootin Time

Grace Russell, Social Media/Website Manager September 28, 2021

   After patiently waiting a hard and complicated two years, El Modena finally had their first Hello Dance back after COVID. This howdy-themed dance began with a student-involved assembly during the...

Thoughts on the New School Year

Heather Chell, Front Page Editor September 28, 2021

Frontline: How does it feel coming back to campus after almost two years of online school?  Anneliese Pinto: “At first it was overwhelming and nerve wrecking because most of the time [during online...

A Future CEO’s Guide to Creating Clubs

Brandon Tran, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

  Clubs, one of the many things everyone associates with high school and a great way for vanguards at school to meet each other. Clubs are a great way to make new friends with similar interests and find...

Senior Parking Spot Art at ELMO

Brandon Tran, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

 As a senior at El Modena, you must’ve heard about the many colorful, painted parking spots that encompass our school’s parking lot. The painted parking spots are a fundraiser made by Ms. Mull as...

Life is a Highway

Life is a Highway

Olivia Frazier, Co-Editor in Chief September 28, 2021

   Tradition is something back in full swing at El Modena, one of these traditions being the Senior Mural.     Year after year and class after class students are left with a blank canvas (the...

Healing Zoom Classes One Step at a Time

Finn Drageset, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 28, 2021

  This year peer mentoring is a more necessary service than ever for students trying to recover from a year of attempting to learn online. Despite the overwhelming need for peer mentors, many classes...

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