Frontline Holiday Traditions

Jacob Boyd, OP/ED Editor December 15, 2020

   Daphne Marsters:   In our household, it is not the holidays without Challah (ha-la). It’s a braided Jewish bread that’s parve (void of dairy) compared to typical European breads. No, we are...

Christmas Traditions

Olive Sanz , Style & Music Editor December 15, 2020

 During the Holidays, Pearsall has many Christmases to celebrate. With a large family like hers, multiple Christmas’ occur. Pearsall goes to both of her grandparents house separately to open gifts and...

Virtual Tree Lighting

Olivia Frazier, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

  The Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Candlelight Choir Precession, in it’s 26th year, will be held in a different manner.  The event typically takes place in Old Towne Orange with featuring different...

Are you bored over Thanksgiving break? Then check these movies out!

Ethan Stiles-Fernandez, Boys Sports Writer November 17, 2020

   A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973): This classic begins with Charlie and Sally preparing for a Thanksgiving feast at their grandmother’s house. Peppermint Patty invites herself over to Brown’s...

Favorite Tastes of Thanksgiving

Leilani Pongco, Staff Writer/Photographer November 16, 2020

   Autumn Vosough (9)- “My favorite thanksgiving food is mashed potatoes. I like them because it’s just gold when you eat them, it melts in your mouth, and you just can’t stop the flavor.” Vosough...


Maria "Ferny" Urquiza, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

Cancelling culture-you’re either getting cancelled or cancelling Cancel culture began in 2017. It started in 2010 in a tumblr chain called “Your Fave Is Problematic,'' where fandoms would talk about...

Teachers on Break

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer September 26, 2019

   This past summer, Mr. Finn spent most of his time in summer school. “That’s kind of boring, but I did that because I needed money for my son’s first college tuition payment,” said Finn. When...

Rhinos we observed and studied while on the reserve.

Welcome To Africa

Lily Mummert, Fringe Editor September 24, 2019

  This summer I got to experience something I knew I would never have the opportunity to do ever again in my life. I earned a scholarship to spend 12 full days in South Africa researching rhinos,...

One of the interactive exhibits inside the museum by artist Trinh Mai

The Foodie Space

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2019

Attention all museum goers and food lovers: A new pop-up museum has arrived in Pasadena. The Foodie Space is an interactive modern art museum filled with innovative and daring creations at $20 during the...

From right-to-left: Abby Capra, Mikayla Reyes, and Allyson Conner

Athlete Feature – Mikayla Reyes

Alyssa Tierney, Copy Editor/ Girls Sports Editor December 13, 2018

   Senior basketball player Mikayla Reyes has consistently been a stud for El Modena since her freshman year. She sports #21 on the court, saying, “ I was left with few options, however, 21 does hold...

The Hate U Give

Casey Burgueno, Staff Writer October 18, 2018

    The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas is a book about a young girl who witnessed her childhood friend get shot by a caucasian cop for no reason. After this terrible incident, she is drawn to activism...

The Leonard Legacy

Casey Burgueno, Staff Writer October 18, 2018

The man, the myth, the legend: Tom Leonard. The sophomore varsity tight end has been chosen to be this months ‘Stud of the Month’. Freshman year, Leonard played very well during freshman football and...

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