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Scream and Shout, He’s From In N’ Out

Bodie Bronson, Op/Ed Editor

June 12, 2019

In N’ Out, a fast-food chain aiming to reduce the negative stigma associated with such a business, has been serving the west coast since 1948. The restaurant has served as a social meetup spot for all ages, making In N’ Out lovers extremely diverse. The community is heavily affected by the establi...

The Newest Addition to the Old Towne

Olive Sanz, Staff Writer

June 12, 2019

Gary Sheatz was appointed on March 11, 2019, as the new city attorney of Orange. Before he was appointed he had worked as a Senior Assistant City Attorney for 19 years. It all began at Long Beach State in Mr. Sheatz’ political science class. His professor asked him to stay after class. The professor...

Making National Changes Through Local Actions

Grace Oveson, Front Editor

June 12, 2019

Casa Teresa is a non profit organization centered around providing pregnant women in crisis a safe and respecting place to begin their healing journey. With deep and ancient roots in the Orange County community, this organization has impacted the lives of over 6,800 pregnant women. Locally speaking, th...

A Chat with the Chats

A Chat with the Chats

Lily Mummert, Photographer

June 12, 2019

  Australian punk rock band consisting of members Josh Price on guitar and backing vocals, Matt Boggis on drums, and Eamon Sandwith on bass and lead vocals, has recently made quite the craze for their hit song “Smoko”.   Luckily, I was able to ask the members of the group a couple of questions rega...

Boy’s Lacrosse Season Midway

Luke Blackburn, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

El Modena’s Lacrosse team has made a complete 180 from last year’s performance. Only having a disappointing 3 wins in all of last year’s season, the team has already tripled their wins with a   9W / 1L start to the season. Losing to only the heavy hitters Yorba Linda, the team made great stri...

The Galápagos

Abby Capra, Fringe Editor

April 10, 2019

From Italy to China to Peru to Ireland, Mr. Benner has spent many of his teaching years at El Mo taking students around the world on annual summer trips. Unfortunately, this year will be the last year that he will be a chaperone for these trips. To end with a bang, Mr. Benner and a group of students will ...

Follow the Butterflies

Follow the Butterflies

Ai-Vi Allred, Online Manager/Photographer

April 9, 2019

VDC Winter Showcase

Payton Bullock, staff writer

January 23, 2019

  Vanguard Dance Company's winter showcase, Etoile, was held on Thursday and Friday on December 6th and 7th.  Etoile means “star” or “star formation” in french, or is also used to refer to the highest rank a ballerina can achieve at the Paris Opera Ballet. There was a variety of dance styles showcased, ...

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