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LA Dodgers World Series Champions

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

 After 32 years of disappointment and struggle, the Los Angeles Dodgers have finally won the World Series. The LA Dodgers won the World Series with a roster of homegrown All-Stars, former MVP’s, and...

What’s the Style?

Edith Ferrer, Staff Writer/ Photographer November 17, 2020

      For commence, we should think about the colors that are most seen during Thanksgiving season. The most common are earthy colors, prints, wine colors, and grayish shades. Women are extremely...

COVID and Sports

Casey Burgueño, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

Frontline: What sport do you play? Chloe Wilber: “I play water polo.” FL: What are practices like with COVID-19 safety guidelines in place? CW: “We are required to have masks at all times,...

Quarantine Side Effects

Quarantine Side Effects
Leilani Pongco, Staff Writer/Photographer November 16, 2020

   Quarantine kept people inside for safety precautions, but El Mo’s students have created productive hobbies through it. Senior Devon Jackett (12) states that, “New hobbies I gained during quarantine...

Back to the Campus

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer September 26, 2019

   Welcome back, Vanguards, and greetings to all the new students on campus. This time of year bustles with back-to-school activities such as Homecoming, freshman elections, and club rush. But this...

Cheering for the Cure

The entire Cheer and Pom team cheering for the cure
Scarlett Adams, Bulletin Editor October 2, 2018

  El Modena’s cheer and pom team were invited to the recent Race for the Cure event   On Sunday, September 23, 2018, the El Modena cheer and pom team attended their first ever “Race for...

Keeping it 1600: Getting Ready for the SAT

Keeping it 1600: Getting Ready for the SAT
Brianne Mia Arce, El Mo News September 26, 2018

Get a good night of sleep: 8-10 hours of sleep provides optimal benefits for teenagers. Remember that too much sleep harms your mental state just as much as not enough. Eat a good breakfast: A breakfast...

The Story of A Champion

Matthew Cortez, Head Photographer June 16, 2018
The humble story of Mike Essa and how he came to be a champion in Formula Drift.

All Smiles with The Grinns

The Grinns pose for a picture right before heading onstage to perform on April 27, 2018 at the Observatory in Santa Ana, CA
Scarlett Adams, Staff Writer June 10, 2018

  Local Orange County band tells all on their future in music, desert island bands, and their recent album   The Grinns are a local five piece band made up of members Joey Kolk (vocals), Jackson...

Lauren Page

Lauren Page
Grace Oveson, Staff Writer June 3, 2018

   King High School alumni from Riverside, California, and current junior in college Lauren Page, started playing volleyball in eighth grade at age fourteen. Page explains she started playing the sport...

Life is Short, Live it Well – Music and Switchfoot

Life is Short, Live it Well - Music and Switchfoot
Alyssa Tierney, Online Manager May 25, 2018

“One life, one story to tell Life is short; I wanna live it well And you're the one I'm living for Awaken all my soul Every breath that you take is a miracle Life is short; I wanna live it well,...

The Queen of the Greens

The instagram golfer Paige Spiranac has done everything from appear in Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition to speak in front of congress about golf
Bobby Almand, Sports Editor May 22, 2018

With over 1.4 million followers on Instagram 24 year old Female professional golfer Paige Spiranac is bringing the age old game into the 21st century in more ways than just a few. The real life super...

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