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Lemon Drops, Bubblegum, and Summer Salt

Abby Capra, Fringe Editor

April 10, 2019


Filed under Editor's Picks, Music, Photo Gallery, Showcase

The Austin-native duo, Summer Salt, composed of singer Matt Terry and drummer Eugene Chung, recently made their way around the United States touring their first album, titled “Happy Camper.”   The duo released their first album titled “Happy Camper” featuring 12 songs in 2018, as well as singl...

Lady Gaga Makes History

Lady Gaga Makes History

Scarlett Adams, Bulletin Editor

April 9, 2019


Filed under Music, Showcase

After the box office hit “A Star is Born” entered theatres, audiences instantly fell in love with the story of Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) and Ally (Lady Gaga). The chemistry between the characters radiated off the screen and captivated audiences from start to finish.   Gaga and Coope...

Trump vs the Crazies

Trump vs the Crazies

Wyatt Terlaak, Boys Sports Editor

February 20, 2019


Filed under Columns, Feature, Showcase

As the 2020 election looms around the corner, top Democrats are already coming out of the woodworks as potential candidates for the Democratic Party.  Leading the charge is Kamala Harris, a former Attorney General and district attorney in California. As the election gets closer, Democrats are sur...

The Foodie Space

The Foodie Space

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019


Filed under Feature, Media&Arts, Showcase

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 week and $25 on the weekend. The Instagram worthy artworks are all based off of various local...

Yellow: La couleur du changement

Yellow: La couleur du changement

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019


Filed under Columns, Showcase

As tensions rise in France, citizens continue to join the Yellow Vest Movement- a political movement striving for economic propriety, focusing on rising petrol prices and the simple cost of living. Emmanuel Macron, the French President, has aided France through a tax reform to alter the way busi...

Beginning a Bullet Journal

Beginning a Bullet Journal

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019


Filed under Media&Arts, Showcase, Style

After years of constant frustration with the cost of planners and lack of space to include what I needed to plan my week, I decided to start a bullet journal, or a bujo as more artistic people say. I’m an avid Pinterest user, so pictures frequently popped up displaying colorful monthly spreads, inspi...

What a RUN-derful Life

What a RUN-derful Life

Alyssa Tierney, Copy Editor/ Girls Sports Editor

December 13, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

   The 2018 El Modena Boys Cross Country team qualified for CIF and raced on Friday, November 9 at 9 am in Riverside. The boys raced in the morning and made it back to school in time for lunch and the rest of the school day, a true testament to their dedication to both sports and academics.   ...

Athlete Feature – Mikayla Reyes

Athlete Feature – Mikayla Reyes

Alyssa Tierney, Copy Editor/ Girls Sports Editor

December 13, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Sports

   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 some significance because I was born in 2001. I just took out the zeros of my birth year.”   Re...

Walking for the Cure with Girls League

Walking for the Cure with Girls League

Sophia Pracilio, Editor in Chief

November 12, 2018


Filed under El Mo News, Showcase

Every year, Girls League puts on Walk for the Cure at El Modena. This year’s Girls League president, senior Michelle Apeitzia, organized the walk. Numerous club members such as went to work days, sold shirts, and set up on the day of the event. Azpeitzia says, “I wouldn't have been able to do it w...

Social Media and the Presidential Image

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-In-Chief

November 12, 2018


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Over the course of centuries, the way the president interacts with the people has evolved. FDR used radio fireside chats to open up issues to the public, informing them on his policies. Nixon gave speeches on television, which allowed people to hear his side of the story directly from him. Obama ...

Silly Rabbit, Trick-or-Treating is For Kids

Silly Rabbit, Trick-or-Treating is For Kids

Alyssa Tierney, Copy Editor/Girls Sports Editor

October 19, 2018


Filed under Columns, Showcase

Trick or Treating is the fun commercialization that America is known for, targeted at children. The act of walking door-to-door in a costume to get candy can be viewed with the rose-colored glasses only nostalgia can provide, but in reality, it isn’t all that great. So why would a teenager or adult...

Cheering for the Cure

Cheering for the Cure

Scarlett Adams, Bulletin Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under FrontlineFeed, Showcase

  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 the Cure” event in Newport Beach, California.   The team showed their spirit and support for ...

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